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Opinion: This Isn’t the Great Depression

The “Help is Here” tour showcases the third round of national stimulus legislation, and according to Vice President Kamala Harris, the purpose is to “avoid a situation where people are unaware of what they’re entitled to.” I hope someone meets them along the way and hands off the book “When Helping Hurts.” This fundamental read

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Opinion: State Bans on Tobacco Products Are a Disaster

Attempts by regulators to modify behavior rarely have their intended effect. That’s what New England is finding out, as residents exploit the region’s geography and skirt state bans on tobacco by purchasing their preferred products in neighboring states. As part of an initiative to end juvenile smoking, Massachusetts banned menthol cigarettes and flavored vape products

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Opinion: Afghanistan Extension is an Unsurprising Betrayal

Nearly 11 years ago, then-Vice President Joe Biden swore on national television that all U.S. troops would be out of Afghanistan by 2014. U.S. troops continued to bleed and die there, however, and now President Biden says they’ll likely have to do it some more. More than 13 months after the historic signing of the

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Opinion: Anti-White Asian Senators

[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.] Two Asian senators vowed last week to oppose every one of President Joe Biden’s “non-diverse” nominees. Illinois Sen. Tammy Duckworth and Hawaii

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Opinion: Should Cancel Culture Be Cancelled?

Is “cancel culture” a toxic online trend or a tool for social justice? Is it an effort to shut down free speech and expression, or an exercise in effective accountability? Debate on both sides has run rampant over the past year with no clear answer. When it comes to the cancel culture debate, an important

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