February 23, 2022

Events

Spring forward into fitness at a Prescott health & wellness expo

The beginning of the spring season brings a sense of renewal and energy. To celebrate this, Prescott residents ages 50+ are invited to attend a Health & Wellness Expo at Touchmark Health & Fitness Club.  Spanning three days, the no-cost wellness fair offers a variety of fitness and nutrition events including exercise classes, outdoor hikes,

Arizona Governor's Race

Kari Lake Besting Other Republican Challengers in Race Against Democrat Katie Hobbs

Data Orbital is pleased to announce the results of its latest statewide, live-caller survey of likely general election voters. The survey was conducted from February 11th to February 13th. With little data publicly available, the survey focused on the upcoming, hotly contested race for Governor in Arizona. The survey tested all four Republican candidates against

Opinion

Opinion: Fear and Prejudice Drive Our Bail System – Inside Sources

Most of us don’t think about bail. It only comes to mind when we hear of an egregious crime or a celebrity in court. What happens if you’re the one arrested and must go before a judge? The judge hears the evidence and, if there is some probability of guilt, may decide to set bail,

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Are Democrats Kicking Away Their Future? – Pat Buchanan

Not so long ago, Democrats seemed the party of the future. “Inevitable!” predicted some pundits, for demography is destiny. Moreover, in 2020, Democrats, who had won the popular vote six times in seven presidential elections, swept the popular vote again, by 6 million ballots. And they captured both houses of Congress. The future did seem

Vaccine mandates

Pentagon expected to OK National Guard for DC truck convoys

The Pentagon is expected to approve the deployment of 700 to 800 unarmed National Guard troops to the nation’s capital, a U.S. official said Tuesday, in the face of trucker convoys that are planning protests against pandemic restrictions beginning next week. The District of Columbia government and the U.S. Capitol Police are requesting the National

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