August 16, 2020

International

Ganges River flows with history and prophecy for India

More than 2,000 years ago, a powerful king built a fort on the banks of India’s holiest river, on the fringes of what is now a vast industrial city. Today, little of the ancient construction remains, except for mounds of rubble that tannery workers pick through for bricks to build shanties atop what was once

State

Arizona Treasurer Visits ENews

Arizona’s State Treasurer, Kimberly Yee, while visiting  Prescott this past week as the keynote  speaker of the Republican Women of Prescott’s monthly meeting,  found time to stop by Prescott eNews for an interview with LD1  Representative-Elect, Judy Burges.   Ms. Yee was elected State Treasurer in 2018.  She previously served two terms in  the State

Opinion

Opinion: Will a COVID-19 Tax on America’s Super Rich Help or Hurt?

Progressives call it “social justice.” Opponents call it “looting.” But what would the practical economic effects be of a “COVID-19 tax” on America’s super rich? Progressive senators Ed Markey of Massachusetts and Bernie Sanders of Vermont have proposed “The Make the Billionaires Pay Act.” The bill calls for a one-time tax on billionaires who supporters

COVID-19

Miss Navajo Nation is a ‘glimmer of hope’ for her community during pandemic

After winning the title of Miss Navajo Nation in September, Shaandiin Parrish immediately got to work on the cultural preservation and advocacy efforts central to the role. At times, she attended five or more events in a single day, traveling across the 27,000-square-mile reservation to speak to elementary school students and attend conferences. “You really

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