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Update on Critical Race Theory in Prescott Schools – Buz Williams

In June of this year, I was attending a Republican gathering at which a couple of the people who were running for the Prescott Unified School Governing Board spoke. I was impressed by one of those candidates, Brooks Compton. Brooks is a single parent and father, who decided to run for the Board when he found

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Opinion: Ignorance Breeds Tyranny – Buz Williams

Image courtesy of DepositPhotos “A nation of well informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the region of ignorance that tyranny begins.” – Benjamin Franklin It is important if citizens are going to vote, that they educate themselves on

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Opinion: Red Wave Forecast – Buz Williams

It looks like the elections in November will be an historic win for the Republicans. Not just in the Congressional House, but also the Senate and in state and local elections. Of course this will only happen if the conservative voters stay energized and the Republican candidates stay focused on the issues. They need to

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Opinion: Why School Board Elections Are So Important – Buz Williams

Many people, maybe a majority of voters, don’t vote in School Governing Board elections. In the Tri-City area, with all our retirees, many of them may think that since none of their children or grandkids attend local schools, school board decisions don’t effect them. Those who feel this way are greatly mistaken. First, since a

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Opinion: Do Republicans Really Want To Win In November? – Buz Williams

Image courtesy of DepositPhotos When Martha McSally ran against Mark Kelly for the Arizona US Senate seat, she gave him the election. I don’t know who her political advisors were, but they had all of the political instincts of an entire coma ward. Many conservative Republicans reluctantly voted for her as the lesser of two

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Opinion: The FBI and DOJ Fishing Expedition – Buz Williams

“That general warrants, whereby any officer…may be commanded to search suspected places without evidence of a fact committed, or to seize any person or persons not named, or whose offense is not particularly described and supported by evidence, are grievous and oppressive and ought not to be granted.” – George Mason, Virginia Declaration of Rights,

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