April 17, 2021

Buz Blog

Opinion: Don’t Apologize

Never be one who refuses to admit when you commit a wrong. When one finds that he or she has done something that has insulted or wronged another person, the proper thing to do is to apologize. A sincere apology, heals wounds and mends friendships. Everyone makes mistakes and the least damage is done when

Local

Get ready to Bump, Set, and Spike in another season of YMCA Youth Volleyball

The James Family Prescott YMCA’s 18th Annual Youth Volleyball League season is almost here. The League, which is sponsored by Foothills Bank, will kick off May 24th for practices and runs through the middle of July. Did you know that volleyball was invented at the Holyoke, Massachusetts YMCA in 1895 by William Morgan, an instructor

Opinion

Opinion: The Biden Jobs Plan Must Be Built from the Mine Up

President Joe Biden is right: the state of U.S. infrastructure is a catastrophe and it cries out for bold action. The heart of his jobs plan, aimed at rebuilding and modernizing America’s infrastructure and reshoring its industrial base, is the ambition we should hold ourselves to. But it’s a plan and ambition with the potential

Immigration

Statement From Governor Ducey On Release Of Undocumented Individuals

“If the federal government isn’t going to do its job, then Arizona will take matters into our own hands.” Governor Doug Ducey released the following statement after Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the United States Border Patrol declined to take custody of 20 undocumented individuals identified by the Arizona Department of Public Safety: “The Biden/Harris

Crime

Murder, Murder, and More Murder

Steve Sailer has calculated that in 46 of the 50 largest US cities, there was a 38.5 percent increase in murders in 2020. A recent National Commission of COVID-19 and Criminal Justice (NCCCJ) study of 34 cities put the annual increase at 30 percent. Until now, the greatest one-year increase in the United States was in 1968, when there

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