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Not Guilty

Critical Race Theory, (CRT), has been lauded by academics, left wing media, politicians and race hustlers as the expose’ of our country’s inherent racism. It is not. It is the result of confused thinking, victimization theology and unsupported concepts that encourage whining, sniveling and excuses for those who can blame their lack of success and

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

5 Mountain Herbs You Only Plant Once

As we begin the ‘Fall Garden Season,’ organic herbs and Autumn vegetables overflow the garden center. This week’s column features the best herbs for your garden and the distinguishing characteristics of each. Deer, rabbits, and javelinas find the taste of herbs distasteful. These plants are never threatened by critters roaming the yard. Many herbs can

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Opinion: The Silent Majority Should Start Fighting Back

It appears that the millionaire prima donnas who play professional sports in our country are either myopically ignorant or flat out stupid. Maybe they just despise America and won’t let facts get in the way of their hatred. They are joined in their anti-American, anti-flag, anti-nation anthem displays by their owners and league commissioners. Now

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Plants that Screen for Privacy and a Sense of Seclusion

Now through Thanksgiving is the best time to plant privacy screens for the maximum growth necessary to have seclusion next year. Without strategically placed evergreens in the yard, it can feel like prying eyes are looking right into your home. Not only does your privacy seemingly disappear, but that neighbor’s debris pile comes into clear

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Observations on the BLM March in Prescott

On Friday, September 4, 2020, I picked up my buddy, Kim and we drove downtown.  Like thousands of others, we heard that the Black Lives Matter Marxist group was going to conduct a protest march around the Courthouse Plaza. I parked my car on the side street across from Chase Bank. After walking around the

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Feng Shui Design for Healing Energy from the Garden

Visitors to your BBQ party feel the inviting warmth but can’t put their finger on the event’s pulse. It a feeling brought out by your creative landscape design. Novice describes the beauty, openness, style, and a unique gathering. Design experts see the mathematical balance between hardscape and plantscape, yet Asia defines this feeling as Feng

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