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Opinion: Organized Crime, Corruption, Politics and the Mob Museum

Since both my father and grandfather fought organized crime during their police careers, I have always had an interest in the subject. That being the case, ever since I have heard that the Mob Museum opened in Las Vegas, I have been planning to visit. In addition, I had several papers, photos, audio tapes, and

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Opinion: The Sheeping of Americans

In every government there is a need for order. Governments are supposed to protect the people they govern from anarchy, chaos, criminals, invasions and disease. In a free government, “of the people, by the people, and for the people,” those same people have the right to question those whom they have placed in power and

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The Prescott Elks Honor Firefighters and Law Enforcement Officers

Each year, Elks Clubs across Arizona honor firefighters and law enforcement officers for their selfless heroism in protecting those they serve. This year, even more than in the past, we need to show those who run toward danger or into burning buildings, how much we appreciate the sacrifices they make to ensure our safety.  Prescott

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Opinion: The Greatest Threat to America

The FBI, Homeland Security, President Biden and his administration, have indicated that the greatest terrorism threat to Americans, even above foreign terrorist groups, comes from white supremacists. While it is acknowledged that those government agencies would have much greater access to intelligence on terrorism than “we the people”, they are also much more susceptible to

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Opinion: Equality versus Equity

In their attempt to erase Western civilization, the radical left has been moderately successful in socially engineering a brave new world in their warped view of the way things ought to be. They are already hijacking our language and changing their own slogans. No longer do we have to worry about global warming, now the

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Opinion: Questions of Faith

My father’s mother was a Christian Scientist and his dad was a mainstream Protestant. The family was a little surprised when my dad converted to Catholicism when he returned home after World War II. When my dad explained his reasoning, though, they understood. My father was a Ranger in the South Pacific. He and his

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