Dolz Family

Conejo Valley Good Schools

Tony Dolz
Candidate for the School Board
Election - November 2012

Conejo Valley Unified School District

Tony Dolz


Tony Dolz for
School Board 2012




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Tony and Bettina


Tony Dolz and his wife Bettina are parents of two Weathersfield Elementary children.  They have a son who is 11 and a daughter who is 7. Weathersfield Elementary is an outstanding school ranked among the best in California.  The children’s education is supplemented with home study, international travel and a multi-cultural multi-lingual home environment, where Spanish, Danish and Swedish is spoken.  Their son’s biological Dad is Turkish and, being a quick learner with languages, he is fluent in both Danish and Turkish.

The Dolz family owns an online international business distributing natural homeopathic remedies and skin and hair care products.  Earlier on, Tony worked in a business development capacity in the technology and telecommunications field in Sweden.

Tony was born in Cuba and today he is a naturalized U.S. citizen.  Tony was uprooted from his homeland when it was overtaken by a Communist dictator and his band of collectivist, income-redistributing central planning thugs. 

A short time after this Communist regime seated its president for life; and his cronies had disposed citizens of their God given Natural Rights, such as freedom from government infringement of thought, speech, religion and private property - education came in the crosshairs of the central planners.  As he became older, Tony vowed never to allow individual freedom be stifled.

Tony and his family fled tyranny with the help of the captain of a Swedish freighter that was docked in the harbor.  The family boarded and hid until the boat reached international waters.

Tony lived in Spain for two years, two years in Norway and many years in Sweden.  Experiencing life and education in various lands has served to make Tony more aware than ever that America is exceptional.  Providence led the Founders to set us on an unprecedented course of self-government with the greatest assurance of individual freedom and liberty.

Tony’s love for his adopted homeland has deepened as the years have passed.  In 2009, Tony was elected delegate from California to the Continental Congress in Chicago.

The Continental Congress examined the last 100 years of America's continuing experiment with self-government, coming to the conclusion that our Founders were indeed visionaries and that our future, if it is to be prosperous and offering the maximum degree of individual freedom, depends upon strict allegiance to the blueprint of the U.S. Constitution.  Our founders well understood that good and fair self-government required a moral and educated citizenry.

Tyrants dismiss the family as the core unit of civilization, specifically its ancient task of transferring knowledge, wisdom and values to its own offspring. The tyrant instead knows best how to shape the mind of the young for the purpose of fundamentally changing society – for our own good.  Parents cannot be entrusted with this important task, a tyrant would argue.  To these misguided ideas, Tony shouts: "No, not while I still have life to live."

In Tony's strongly heartfelt opinion, education must be as the parents would have it, not as central planners command.

Education must reflect community values and standards because, among other things, the community and its schools are sustained by the families that live in it and pay for them.  Parents want the best for their children.  Bureaucratic tyrants and central planners, on the other hand, are not interested in free individuals. What they want to cultivate are subjects.

Tony would like to join both parents and teachers throughout the Conejo Valley to ensure that our children’s' educations remain of the highest quality. His goal is to dedicate himself to working with the school board and the school system to reflect the wishes, values and standards of the community.