January 31, 2022

City of Prescott

State of The City February 1, 2022 (Prescott, Arizona)

Dear Citizens of Prescott: Recently, I was asked to provide an address on the State of the City at the Prescott Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting.  This provided me with an excellent opportunity to reflect on and share where we are now as a City, and where we are going. As I mentioned last month,

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

After using the wheel of life (refer to my last article) you may now have a better idea of which areas of your life you would like to improve on in the next year. If you are still unclear of what your goals are, take a look at that article to help you out before

Second Amendment

Attorney General Brnovich Leads 25 States to Defend Second Amendment at SCOTUS

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey are co-leading a coalition of 25 states to protect Americans’ right to bear arms, asking the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to hear the case Bianchi v. Frosh, where the justices should overturn the Fourth Circuit’s approval of a Maryland firearms ban. “Americans do not


After a wildfire, how does a town rebuild?

Three months after the most destructive fire in California’s history, while the residents of Paradise were sifting through the rubble of their houses, moving out of shelters and into less temporary but not permanent housing, considering the future of their home—while they were still grieving the 86 people killed—Catrin Edgeley took her notebook and recorder to

John Stossel

Opinion: Sick City – John Stossel

San Francisco’s liberal mayor declared a “state of emergency” to try to deal with the city’s “nasty streets.” How did it get so bad? Journalist Michael Shellenberger’s new book, “San Fransicko,” argues that it happened because of progressive ideas. “The town I love is sick,” says Shellenberger in my new video. He came to San