February 7, 2021

Opinion

Opinion – Mr. Biden: Appoint a Race-Reality Czar

The New York Times is hostile to free speech. Last year, it published a column with the title “Free Speech is Killing Us.” Nor is the Times friendly to whites. Onetime editorial board member Sarah Jeong complained — among many other things — about “dumbass f**king white people marking up the internet with their opinions

Education

Yavapai College Breaks Ground on Skilled Trades Center

Ground has been broken in Clarkdale for Yavapai College’s new Skilled Trades Center, a ten-thousand-square-foot facility that will train the coming generation of construction workers, electricians, plumbers and heating/cooling technicians on the Verde Valley Campus. “It’s a pre-engineered building and it will arrive in early March,” YC Director of Facilities David Laurence explained. “We’ll pour

Buz Blog

Opinion: Snowed Out

As I write this column, I am sitting in our Winnebago RV at Buckskin Mountain State Park near Parker, Arizona. When we left on this trip, we planned to spend a couple of days in Quartzsite, a few days in Lake Havasui City, a few more at Buckskin and then return home. Unfortunately, while most of

National

Latest jobs report shows why the unemployment rate needs fixing

The number of people seeking jobless benefits has soared during the pandemic. AP Photo/John Locher Veronika Dolar, SUNY Old Westbury CC BY-NC-ND Many economists would agree that the official U.S. unemployment rate is an inadequate measure of actual labor market conditions. Although this is one of the most cited pieces of data on the economy

Opinion

Opinion: The Libertarian Case Against Open Borders

Though it is widely assumed that a policy of unrestricted immigration is the default position for libertarians, this shouldn’t be the case. There are many libertarian arguments against open borders. Many libertarians reason that immigration restrictions violate the right to free movement: If individuals have sovereign rights, their right to move freely cannot be arbitrarily

Education

Teachers Unions Continue To Block School Re-openings Across America

[Editor’s Note:  Charter,  parochial and private schools in the local area have largely remained open.] As district school closures enter their 11th month, many parents are frustrated and angry. They may see private schools that have been open for in-person learning since the start of the academic year and wonder why their own children are

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