July 18, 2021

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: A President’s Weird Wish for a Child

Many parents secretly hope their kid grows up to become president of the United States. The odds are long; but it never hurts to dream, right? One day back in the spring of 1887, a man who actually had the job made a very strange wish … and he had no idea what fate had

Buz Blog

Opinion: Vigilantes Revisited

While many deplored the use of vigilante justice that permeated many of the cities and towns in the early years of the western territories and states, there was often no other law or justice available. After the brutal dispatching of a robber and murderer in Montana in 1864, one of those present wrote, “The question

Social Media

School posts on Facebook could threaten student privacy

Images of students on school Facebook pages could fall into the wrong hands. Sol de Zuasnabar Brebbia/Getty Images Joshua Rosenberg, University of Tennessee Like many of us, schools in the United States are active on social media. They use their accounts to share timely information, build community and highlight staff and students. However, our research

Opinion

Opinion: White Identity Ten Years On

[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.] I published White Identity in 2011, which means it is now 10 years old. For the Amazon description of the book, I wrote that

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