January 24, 2022

Education

Governor Ducey Takes Action To Curb Federal Overreach

Governor Doug Ducey is suing the federal government over the Biden administration’s attempt to take away funding for critical education programs aimed at keeping Arizona kids in the classroom. The suit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court, seeks to protect federal funding granted to Arizona by Congress through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. Governor

Opinion

Opinion: The Year of the Strong Dollar

There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the U.S. dollar’s longer-run outlook as the world’s dominant international reserve currency. Never before in peacetime has the U.S. run as large a budget deficit and had as high a public debt level as it has today. Never, too before has the Federal Reserve so quickly

Abortion

With end to Roe possible, thousands brave cold at upbeat March for Life

Scottsdale student John Ayala and his Ville De Marie Academy classmates clenched hand-warmers Friday against a bitterly cold Washington morning, but Ayala said the discomfort was outweighed by the cause that brought him there. “I think it’s just really important for people my age and my generation to stand up for life,” said Ayala, a

Opinion

Opinion: ‘Continue to Labor Towards Those Sunlit Uplands’

Credit Image: © Michael Interisano/Design Pics via ZUMA Wire [Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] Morris van de Camp is a frequent contributor to Counter-Currents, where he writes mostly

Michael Barone

Opinion: Abolish Parenthood? No, Family Trumps ‘Equity’ – Michael Barone

“California should abolish parenthood, in the name of equity.” That’s the headline of a Ventura County Star column by Zocalo Public Square’s Joe Mathews. “Want true equity?” the San Francisco Chronicle headlined the same column three days later. “California should force parents to give away their children.” The column’s thesis was not mischaracterized by either

Drug abuse

Youth’s overdose death renews pleas for Narcan in schools

The death of a 13-year-old student who apparently overdosed on fentanyl at his Connecticut school has drawn renewed pleas for schools to stock the opioid antidote naloxone, as well as for training of both staffers and children on how to recognize and respond to overdoses. The seventh grader died Jan. 15 after falling ill at

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