August 27, 2020

Opinion

Opinion: Republicans Shouldn’t Rely on Public Education System

With September around the corner, American students should be preparing for a return to school. But, across the country, their education has been sabotaged by Democrats and their union allies. In New Jersey, Gov. Phil Murphy initially pushed for in-person classes, only to reverse his decision after the state’s teachers unions lobbied for all-remote learning. As union

National

Lawyer says Blake paralyzed, protests erupt for 3rd night

Jacob Blake, the Black man shot multiple times by police in Wisconsin, is paralyzed, and it would “take a miracle” for him to walk again, his family’s attorney said Tuesday, while calling for the officer who opened fire to be arrested and others involved to lose their jobs. The shooting of Blake on Sunday in

State

Arizona Is 2020’s State with the 10th Most Underprivileged Children – WalletHub Study

With August being Child Support Awareness Month and children in need experiencing even more risk than usual due to COVID-19, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s States with the Most Underprivileged Children. In order to bring awareness to the condition of underprivileged children throughout the U.S., WalletHub compared the 50 states

Local

YC SBDC honored for helping PV Chamber, business community access COVID-19 resources

Calling them her “A-team,” Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce President Marnie Uhl on Friday presented the “Chamber Partner Award” to the staff of the Yavapai College Small Business Development Center. The award recognizes the SBDC team’s efforts to help the chamber and its members access critical COVID-19 information and resources. “Thank you for the support

National

IRS: Deadline to return distributions to retirement accounts is Aug. 31

The Internal Revenue Service today reminds IRA owners, beneficiaries or workplace retirement plan participants who received a Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) this year that they have until Aug. 31 to rollover or repay the distribution to avoid paying taxes. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, waives RMDs during 2020 for

Opinion

Opinion: Biden-Harris Ticket Risks Repeating Solyndra

With Kamala Harris now on the ticket, Democratic presumptive nominee Joe Biden is angling to enhance his environmental credentials ahead of the November presidential election. The Biden campaign’s ambitious clean energy plan plays no small role in this effort. But in an unfortunate coincidence, in recent weeks taxpayers have learned that they are still paying for the mistakes made

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