July 17, 2021

Marijuana

How legalization has increased innovation in the cannabis industry

A whole new world of possibilities for entrepreneurs and innovators has opened up with the legalization of cannabis. People are now able to grow, manufacture as well as distribute products that have a higher potency and that are healthier than they have ever been before. There are so many different types of cannabis available, so

Events

Creation Science in Prescott This Sunday: The Recovery of Mount Saint Helens

The  Yavapai  Chapter of the Arizona Origin Science Association (ASOZA)  has announced a special program featuring Frank Sherwin,  a Research Associate and Senior Lecturer for the Institute for Creation Research,  as the guest speaker at their upcoming meeting this Sunday,  July 18, 2021.  Mr. Sherwin is a professionally trained scientist with a B.S degree in Biology,

Holidays

A Holiday We Can All Agree On

I scream. You scream. We all scream for ice cream! Particularly on the third Sunday of July, which President Ronald Reagan declared National Ice Cream Day. It may sound silly, but here is one holiday that everyone can support and feel happy about. Like most valuable creations, ice cream has a rich history. Its start

Social Security

Congressman Gosar Introduces the No Tax on Social Security Act of 2021

Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) issued the following statement after introducing the No Tax on Social Security Act of 2021. This legislation would change current tax policies by excluding Social Security benefits from being counted as annual gross income and subject to taxation. “The decision by Congress to tax Social Security benefits in 1983

Opinion

Opinion: Shove This Job Is the Theme of the Great Labor Reshuffle

Millions of Americans appear to be echoing the words of the Johnny Paycheck song “Take This Job and Shove It.” This is a sentiment that is changing the work scene, the way we work, and the future of work. The workers of America are shuffling the deck in a way that has never happened before.

The Zany Sage

Decision Making Without Having a Nervous Breakdown

I remember when grocery stores were switching over to plastic bags and they would ask you “Paper and plastic?” As a young mom, it was almost the tipping point for a nervous breakdown. By the time I had navigated through 32 varieties of canned tomatoes, made budget decisions and evaluated if my kid really needed to

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