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Opinion: Besieged by the Most Left-Wing Democratic Party in History, Americans Must Fight Back

American freedom is under assault. From inept White House leadership to a radical congressional agenda and an emboldened federal bureaucracy, never before have the tenets of America’s founding—life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness—been so fundamentally besieged by the left. Let’s be clear: Today’s Democrats, the most left-wing party in U.S. history, are responsible for threatening individual rights. In our many

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Opinion – COVID 2022: Let’s Not Copy Europe’s Centralization Plans

Some 500 years ago, migrants from England and Italy, France and Germany, left for the new world. It was practically an alien planet to them, inhabited with people that didn’t look like anything they had ever seen, and wild creatures they’d never come up against. Many people either died on ships or in their first

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Opinion: What Would the Internet Look Like Without Section 230?

Over the last couple of years, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act has drawn sharp rebuke from politicians on both sides of the aisle. In fact, President Biden and former President Trump have separately called for the law to be “revoked” and “repealed,” respectively, and many members of Congress have echoed those sentiments. But what would the Internet

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Opinion: A Chanukkah Lesson for Biden

Jews are in the midst of celebrating Chanukkah. Marking the holiday, President Joe Biden called Chanukkah a “undeniably American” festival. But, with policies he and his supporters are pushing on a resistant population, he doesn’t seem to realize the half of it. Chanukkah is a lesser Jewish festival, lasting eight days from the 25th day

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Opinion: How Horrible Is the Arbery/McMichael Verdict?

[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] After Kyle Rittenhouse was found to have acted in self-defense during the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, there was some hope that the

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Opinion: Lessons of ’70s Energy Crisis Have Meaning in Today’s Climate Crisis

I’ve been here before. I’ve heard this din at another time. I’m writing about the cacophony of opinions about global warming and climate change. In the winter of 1973, the Arab oil embargo unleashed a global energy crisis. Times were grim. The predictions were grimmer: We’d never again lead the lives we had led —

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