October 4, 2021

Events

Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum: Meet Your 2022 Candidates!

The Yavapai Republican Men’s Forum Luncheon will be October 11th, at 11 am, at the Prescott Resort and Conference Center, 1500 Highway 69, Prescott. Our guest speakers are: Matt Salmon – Candidate for Governor, Michael McGuire – Candidate for the U.S. Senate, Andrew Gould for Attorney General and Mark Finchem for Secretary of State. Candidate for

State

To-Go Cocktails Are Available In Arizona: What You Need To Know

Arizonans can order mixed cocktails to-go starting October 1st following a bipartisan bill passed by the state legislature and signed by Governor Doug Ducey in May. The policy was a priority of the Governor following the positive economic impact selling liquor to-go had on businesses throughout the state during the pandemic. The Governor on March 19,

Military

Biden Continues Obama Purge of Patriotic Officers—Now Lt. Col. Scheller

Between 2010 and 2013 Obama engaged in a purge of good military officers, a total of 197.  officers who were loyal to the United States and its Constitution were fired or forced out. Biden is continuing that shameful legacy. What Obama, and now Biden want, are “woke” officers who believe that our military should have men

Medical

Searching for a cure

Holly Hansen wants to save lives. How, you ask? The student researcher at The Pathogen and Microbiome Institute (PMI) is working to create more safe and effective drugs for chronic illnesses. Hansen was raised in Phoenix, where she spent her childhood doing dance and ballet. At various points, she aspired to become an interior designer, architect, fashion designer

Opinion

Opinion: 2020 Election Audits: Bad for Public Trust, Good for Fundraisers

Some people are making a lot of money throwing shade at our elections. Their lies are damaging our democracy, but they are bringing in money hand-over-fist. In Michigan, the attorney general is investigating people who have pushed false claims about the 2020 election to raise money or publicity for themselves.  In Arizona, the state’s Republican Party created a

COVID-19

COVID vaccination added to requirements for immigrants seeking permanent residency

Immigrants to the U.S. now are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 under a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services policy update that took effect Friday. The update, which applies to those seeking permanent residency in the U.S., adds COVID-19 to a list of required vaccinations against such illnesses as polio, measles, mumps and hepatitis, according to the

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