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Opinion: It’s Time for the U.S. Military to Restore Public Trust

A free, prosperous society is built upon three critical pillars: Trusted political institutions, robust economic institutions, and vibrant social and cultural institutions. These pillars rely upon one another – one weak pillar impacts the others and worsens society. And right now, America’s political institutions are extremely weak – caused in part by two divisive elections,

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Opinion: When the Facts Don’t Fit, Lie

As sure as the sun will rise in the east, we will hear American politicians calling for the rich to pay “their fair share.” But it seems those who make that call go out of their way to avoid the evidence that sits right in front of them. Each year, the Congressional Budget Office publishes

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Opinion: The Pandemic Isn’t Over

As the summer of 2021 sees more Americans enjoying the beaches, swimming pools, summer camps, resorts, and movie theaters they missed last summer, it seems many believe the COVID-19 pandemic is finally receding. But, for the return to pre-pandemic life to continue, the nation’s so-far-successful vaccination campaign will need to progress. That, in turn, requires

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Opinion: Inflation Fears are Justified, But There’s No Reason to Panic (Yet)

For three consecutive months, the Consumer Price Index has revealed above-average annual inflation rates not seen since 2008. Understandably, Americans are nervous. Prices are rising and the Federal Reserve was caught by surprise. Many of the same public officials who have, for years, insisted that inflation should be higher are now scrambling to assure Americans

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Opinion: England Can Never Win the European Championship

Photo: April 15, 2021, Prague, Czech Republic: English Soccer players take a knee prior to the FC European Football League quarterfinal match. (Credit Image: © Ondrej Deml / CTK via ZUMA Press) [Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent

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Opinion: Drought Will Destabilize the West, Forcing Huge Changes

The big story isn’t in Washington. It’s out West. It’s the drought. After the fires have gone out (there are 80), the crops have failed, the herds have been culled, and the home lawns and gardens have shriveled up, the re-engineering of the West will have to begin. Many things will have to change. Technology

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