October 16, 2021

Immigration

Let’s Go, BRANDON!

The Department of Homeland Security announced this week that it intends to cancel the remaining border wall contracts along the southern border. With stacks and stacks of border partitions and miles and miles of fiber optic wiring piled up along the border, the Biden administration is paying contractors $5 million a day to NOT build the

Education

Yavapai College Spring Semester Class Registration Opens Mon., Oct. 18

Classes begin on January 18, 2022 Registration for the spring semester at Yavapai College opens Monday, October 18 for all degree-seeking students. Students can go to the college website to browse and register for classes. Personal interest students taking non-credit classes can begin registering on October 25. In-person classes are available at all six of YC’s

State

DES Partners with Utility Providers to Distribute $36 Million for Households in Need

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Economic Security announced today the Department will provide a total of $36 million to support eligible households in need of temporary utility assistance and ensure continuity of services. “The team at the Arizona Department of Economic Security continues to find new and innovative ways to support Arizonans

Opinion

Opinion: Biden’s Climate/Energy Policies Are an Exercise in Magical Thinking

President Joe Biden and the Democratic caucus’ efforts to remake America’s electric power system into one that emits no carbon dioxide (net zero) by 2050 in order to prevent climate change are pipedreams. Physics indicates the goal is an exercise in magical thinking. Reality suggests the attempt to reach the impossible goal will have little

Immigration

Citizenship applications backlog leaves thousands with cases pending

Mary has helped hundreds of immigrants gain U.S. citizenship, but she hasn’t had the same luck with her husband’s case, one of more than 11,000 applications currently pending in Arizona. That is nearly double the backlog of 6,307 cases at the end of 2015, according to data from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Nationwide,

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