October 4, 2020

Buz Blog

Why Cops Fire So Many Shots

A friend of mine asked me the following honest questions: “Why does it take 9 to 18 shots into a person to ‘put them down’?  And sometimes in the back when showing no resistance?” This was the answer I gave him.  Cops are taught to shoot until the threat has ended.  If a suspect still


Oath Keepers

As publisher of Prescott eNews,  I am pleased to welcome Jim Arroyo, and the Chino Valley Chapter of the Oath Keepers to our growing roster of videotaped podcasts. The Chino Valley group has been active since 2015, and is affiliated with the national Oath Keepers,  a patriot group of former law enforcement and military personnel who have


Who’s paying for the Prop. 208 campaign?

Proponents of Proposition 208, an initiative to raise Arizona’s top individual income tax rate by 77.7%., have leveraged federal tax dollars via the CARES Act’s Paycheck Protection Program to launch and run their campaign. Fundraising The campaign’s biggest donor, Portland, Oregon-based Stand for Children, has contributed more than $4 million toward the proposition’s passage. Stand for Children


Of presidents and health, history replete with secrecy, lies

Throughout American history, an uncomfortable truth has been evident: Presidents have lied about their health. In some cases, the issues were minor, in others quite grave. And sometimes it took decades for the public to learn the truth. Now President Donald Trump has been diagnosed with the COVID-19 disease. The White House initially said he


Doctor: Trump improving, but not ‘out of the woods’ yet

President Donald Trump went through a “very concerning” period Friday and faces a “critical” next two days in his fight against COVID-19 at a military hospital, his chief of staff said Saturday — in contrast to a rosier assessment moments earlier by Trump doctors, who took pains not to reveal the president had received supplemental


Trump Administration Paves Way for More People to Experience Bicycling on Public Lands

The Department of the Interior announced that it finalized electric bike (or e-bike) regulations that pave the way for land managers to allow more people, especially older Americans and those with physical limitations, to experience bicycling on public lands managed by the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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