October 17, 2021

Buz Blog

Opinion: Formula for Ruining a Country

If a group sets out to ruin a good and prosperous country, how would they go about doing it? Why they would want to do it, is a different question entirely. Assuming they had their reasons, that group would have to have a plan or a formula. They would need patience because the population of

Sports

Badgers Win A Chilling Thriller In OT 34-28: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 11 Cole Gross made a big tackle in overtime Football The Badgers improved to (2-0) in the Grand Canyon Region and (5-1) overall with a 34-28 overtime win over the Coconino Panthers on a cold night in Flagstaff. It was a big win in many ways for Prescott, who just two weeks ago were

Elections

Low-income voters cast nearly 44% of all Arizona votes in 2020, study finds

Low-income voters accounted for 35% of the 168 million votes cast nationwide in the 2020 presidential election, and in Arizona that percentage was 44, according to a recent study by the Poor People’s Campaign. The Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival is a nonpartisan voter outreach drive. Its study, “Waking the Sleeping Giant: Poor

Michelle Malkin

Opinion – GooTube: Dems’ Kiddie Propaganda Arm

In case you hadn’t heard, Vice President Kamala Harris’ venture into government space propaganda for children was a galactic bust. The veep’s smarmy performance in a NASA agitprop video touting World Space Week was universally ridiculed and exposed this weekend after a local Monterey, California, TV station interviewed one of five child actors who auditioned

History

HOLY COW! HISTORY: When the Blackbirds Called on Kentucky

Something about birds makes them a perfect fit with Halloween’s scary vibe. Think Edgar Allan Poe’s classic “The Raven” and Alfred Hitchcock’s chilling “The Birds.” Nearly 50 years ago this fall, a small town had a huge problem on its hands, thanks to the winged critters. This is what happened when the blackbirds called on

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