May 2, 2021

Buz Blog

Opinion: Government Subsidies and Corruption

While reading the latest Michael Connelly novel, The Law of Innocence, I came across a quote that struck me as so obvious and true, I wondered why I hadn’t thought of it myself. The quote was, “And where there is government subsidy, there is always corruption.” Think of the government subsidy programs and think of all of

Criminal Justice Reform

American cities have long struggled to reform their police – but isolated success stories suggest community and officer buy-in might be key

Getting police and community on board with reforms is crucial for success. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images  Thaddeus L. Johnson, Georgia State University and Natasha N. Johnson, Georgia State University The guilty verdicts delivered against Derek Chauvin on April 20, 2021, represented a landmark moment – but courtroom justice cannot deliver the sweeping changes most Americans feel

Book Reviews

Opinion: Patriots Not Welcome

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Brittany Sellner, Patriots Not Welcome, Chrysanthalix Press, 2021, 322 pages, $15.26. Brittany Sellner (née Pettibone) has written a new book about her life

Education

Generous donation allows NAU to acquire historic Hat Ranch, offering unparalleled research and educational opportunities

The historic Hat Ranch outside of Williams has a long and storied past—FDR planned his political future there, Arabian horses roamed the land as part of the country’s largest purebred horse training operation, it was 16-year-old George W. Bush’s first job, and, long before environmental conservation became an important national topic, the Southwest’s movers and

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