October 7, 2020

Politics

Losing Arizona – Part 1

This has been a hard column to write.  But a necessary one.  The November election is less than a month away and the polling is not looking good for Arizona Republicans. With ballots going out this week, the most recent  and reliable polling from RealClearpolitics.com shows Biden with 51% of the vote  to 45%  for Trump.

COVID-19

Sierra, in Hopkins ICU, becomes fourth state lawmaker hit by COVID-19

Arizona Rep. Lorenzo Sierra, D-Avondale, was being treated in the intensive care unit of Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore Monday for “complications related to COVID-19,” one day after being hospitalized with the virus in Washington. Sierra and his wife, Rhonda Cagle, both began showing symptoms of the disease while visiting family in Washington last week,

Politics

Pence-Harris debate to unfold as Trump recovers from virus

Vice President Mike Pence and his Democratic challenger, California Sen. Kamala Harris, are poised to meet for a debate that will offer starkly different visions for a country confronting escalating crises. The face off Wednesday night in Salt Lake City is the most highly anticipated vice presidential debate in recent memory. It will unfold while

Business

President Trump proclaims ‘Made in America’ Week!

Each year, President Trump welcomes businesses to the White House from every American state to display their goods at the Made in America Showcase. “Buy American, Hire American” is more than a motto for President Trump. It is the strategy that has driven his entire Administration’s economic agenda. His Proclamation on Made in America Day

Music

Guitar rock legend Eddie Van Halen dies of cancer at 65

Eddie Van Halen, the guitar virtuoso whose blinding speed, control and innovation propelled his band Van Halen into one of hard rock’s biggest groups and became elevated to the status of rock god, has died. He was 65. A person close to Van Halen’s family confirmed the rocker died Tuesday due to cancer. The person

Opinion

Opinion: Experts Throw Water on the ‘Record Wildfires’ Story

Have the California wildfires of 2020 “set a record,” as state officials report? Only if you don’t look back too far. What some are calling “unfathomable” today was commonplace in California’s past — and helps explain why America’s West Coast has a forestry management problem. On Sunday, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection,

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