July 2, 2022

Sharlot Hall Museum

Tickets on Sale for Sharlot’s Cellar Fundraiser

The Sharlot Hall Museum’s popular annual fundraiser returns this year as Sharlot’s Cellar, set for August 27. Tickets are on sale now for the event, marketed as Prescott’s premier wine event. Sharlot’s Cellar sits in the Museum’s crown of events as the institution’s main fundraiser of the year. It offers attendees an evening of fine

Foster Children

Governor Ducey Signs Bill to Raise the Kinship Stipend

Grandparents and close relatives raising children in kinship care will get a boost in their monthly stipend, thanks to legislation signed today by Governor Doug Ducey. “Today (6/29) I signed H.B. 2274 to bring much needed support to kinship families in Arizona – especially grandparents who have stepped up to raise their grandchildren when the

Environmental Protection Agency

SCOTUS to Congress: On Environmental Policy, Do Your Job – Inside Sources

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a strong message to Congress regarding regulating the nation’s environmental policy: Do your job. In West Virginia v Environmental Protection Agency, the Court ruled 6-3 that the Clean Air Act does not give the EPA broad authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants on its own. “Capping carbon dioxide

Michelle Malkin

Opinion: The Cowardly American Corporation – Michelle Malkin

I no longer bubble with rage when a new outbreak of corporate wokeness erupts across our fruited plain. It’s just another day in the pathetic life of the Land of the Greedy and the Home of the Enslaved. To wit: this week’s parade of U.S. companies ostentatiously trumpeting “health care coverage” for employees who want

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