Many people have heard “microaggression,” but how many understand what it really means or looks like? Wrongfully assuming that an African American student must have been admitted to a prestigious university because of an athletic scholarship, rather than academic merits. Asking a Latina business executive to bring coffee or help clean up an office, as
[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the Prescott eNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] We’re at a turning point in our history. America has practically adopted an official state ideology: Critical Race Theory (CRT), which holds that white
Although in the last month of 2020 the final agreement between London and Brussels seem to have reached a joint agreement on how to withdraw Britain from a united Europe, the differences that have arisen in recent weeks between Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government and leaders of the EU shows the pervasive crisis that the two sides
President Joe Biden is right: the state of U.S. infrastructure is a catastrophe and it cries out for bold action. The heart of his jobs plan, aimed at rebuilding and modernizing America’s infrastructure and reshoring its industrial base, is the ambition we should hold ourselves to. But it’s a plan and ambition with the potential
When a consumer spends top dollar on a new home or car, they want everything to be perfect. They can be some of the most expensive purchases the average American makes in their lifetime. Buying a new home causes the American family to drain savings accounts and find cuts on non-essential expenditures. Many do it
This week, President Joe Biden made good on a campaign promise by signing an executive order creating a commission to examine Supreme Court reforms. The most obvious “reform” which Biden has consistently refused to rule out is adding seats or “court-packing.” This particular reform has a long history of being wielded as a political sword.