September 15, 2021

Arts & Culture

“Art On & Off the Walls” Guide Tracks the Hidden Masterpieces of Prescott

From the stately lawns of Courthouse Plaza to the winding sidewalks of YC’s Marcusen Sculpture Garden to the menagerie of lions, horses, heroes, dragons and eagles residing in galleries, office parks and alley murals all over town, Prescott has inspired a bounty of art. Each piece has its own story: the inspiration, the creation, the

Politics

Congressman Paul Gosar Endorses David Livingston for State Treasurer

Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar is endorsing State Senator David Livingston in his campaign for State Treasurer. Gosar has represented Arizona in the U.S. Congress since his first election in 2010, while Livingston has served in the State Legislature since his first election in 2012. Both have strong conservative records on issues ranging from border security

Opinion

Opinion: Corporate Welfare

Today’s politicians want to spend more on EVERYTHING: Amtrak subsidies, sports stadium subsidies, green energy subsidies, even fossil fuel subsidies … President Joe Biden says the handouts will “put more money in your pocket.” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi claims they will “protect the planet for the children.” They might. But a disproportionate amount of the

COVID-19

Brnovich joins Ducey, vows to block Biden’s business vaccine mandate

The Biden administration plan to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for workers in large companies is likely weeks away from being implemented, but Arizona officials are already lining up with pledges to stop it. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said Tuesday that he would sue to block the plan to require businesses with 100 or more employees to mandate

Opinion

Opinion: Where Climate Change is Concerned History is Irrelevant

Climate change made the floods in the Northeast from Hurricane Ida worse. So proclaimed stories in major media: CNN, The Washington Post, ABC News, and many others. Get used to it scientists and politicians told reporters. “More storms [like this one] are coming more frequently,” the governor of New Jersey opined, “with [even] more intensity.”

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