One of Joe Biden’s campaign promises was to heal the country after what he called the divisive four years of Donald Trump. This will go down on the list of broken campaign promises. You cannot be a healer when you refer to half the country as Racist, White Supremacist, Nazi Republicans every time you speak.
Religion and politics are never polite subjects to discuss in mixed company. But imagine if what most people consider to be merely a social faux pas became the reason you were fired from your job, sued, or had all of your personal information spread publicly on the internet. Simply because someone at the table disagreed
Over the decade I’ve followed local government, the caliber of the candidates standing for election has not always been inspiring. There have been a few standouts to be sure, but over the years we’ve seen some rather modest talents step forward, to put the matter charitably. This year is different. As a matter of editorial policy,
Retailers of all shapes and sizes across the Grand Canyon State have been working hard to help local communities return to normal, re-opening their doors, re-igniting job growth, and re-investing in their own operations in order to continue supporting a stronger, more resilient economy across the state. That’s why it is particularly disheartening to hear
House Democrats are going all-in on their efforts to use the heavy hand of government to ban fossil fuels, nationalize American energy production, and waste hundreds of billions of taxpayer dollars on new government projects. You may think that would be Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal, but there is a more dangerous proposal that
[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.] I published White Identity in 2011, which means it is now 10 years old. For the Amazon description of the book, I wrote that