November 13, 2021

Buz Blog

Opinion: Failing To Learn From Mistakes

“Much of the social history of the Western world, over the past three decades, has been a history of replacing what worked with what sounded good.” – Thomas Sowell With the election on November 2, the progressive socialists in the Democrat party took a heavy loss in Virginia. They just narrowly won in New Jersey. The

Crime

Prescott Valley Police Apprehend Bank Robbery Suspect Who Barricaded Himself in Home

On Friday, November 12th, 2021, at 10:10 AM, a Hispanic male in his 30’s with long brown hair, a black sweatshirt, and black pants robbed the Wells Fargo Bank located at 7520 State Route 69, Prescott Valley, Arizona. Minutes later, Prescott Valley Police responded, arrived on scene, interviewed bank employees, and collected evidence related to

Fires

Seasonal discarding of fireplace ashes

With winter fast approaching the Prescott Fire Department would like to remind you of the dangers associated with carelessly discarding your ashes from your fireplaces. Every year the Prescott Fire Department responds to fires resulting from the discarding of fireplace ashes that are not quite extinguished. These fires have resulted in the loss of personal

Biden Administration

Biden Banking Nominee Wants U.S. Energy Companies to ‘Go Bankrupt’

In a newly-uncovered video, President Joe Biden’s nominee to help oversee the nation’s banking system says that if small U.S. oil and gas companies went bankrupt, that would be a good thing. It’s a suggestion that in the current climate — gasoline prices soaring and some consumers looking at 50 percent hikes in energy costs

Legal Beat

The Rittenhouse Defense Rests

The defense in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial rested on Thursday, November 11. Just a few witnesses testified after Wednesday’s dramatic day in court when the defendant took the stand. Dr. John Black, a use-of-force expert, analyzed audio-visual evidence to give the jury an idea of how much time Mr. Rittenhouse had to make decisions on

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion – US and China: Collision or Cooperation?

In a surprise announcement at the Glasgow summit, U.S. climate czar John Kerry and his Chinese counterpart declared that their two countries have pledged to work together to slow global warming. Yet, the arrival a day earlier in Taiwan of a U.S. Navy plane from Clark Air Base in the Philippines, carrying a U.S. congressional

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