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Opinion: The Arbery Trial Begins

[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.] Jury selection for the trial of the three white men accused of murdering Ahmaud Arbery is finally over. Opening arguments will begin

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Opinion: Biden Admin Chaos Crosses Over to Military Chain of Command

If we wondered how seriously President Joe Biden takes national defense, we need only look at the nomination of a candidate to become the next vice-chairman of the joint chiefs of staff within weeks of seeing the current occupant go into retirement. While it may seem that this is a belt-way issue, the vice-chairman is the

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Opinion: Youngkin’s Virginia Win Holds A Lesson For Republicans Coast To Coast

Richmond, Virginia is 324 miles from my home in Surfside Beach, S.C. But the aftershocks from Tuesday’s seismic election in the Old Dominion are being distinctly felt here in the Palmetto State and nationwide. What happened was more than Republican businessman Glenn Youngkin defeating former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. That alone was significant because as

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Opinion: Will the Government Kill Bitcoin?

The internet is abuzz with chatter and questions about cryptocurrency—yes, again—after Bitcoin’s price recently broke $60,000 a coin. A serious question on many lips and screens is whether the federal government will allow this rival to the U.S. dollar to continue operating, or if it will regulate it more strictly — or even ban it. Opinions on

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Opinion: Federal Tax Hikes Will Push Wealthy Americans Overseas

Congress has begun its year-end sprint, and the debate over raising taxes is as hot as ever. Crucial to President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion agenda is a wide range of tax penalties targeting the wealthy, broadly defined as households with incomes over $400,000 (“the usual targets”). Democrats claim the only targets are wealthy Americans, who face higher rates and closed

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Opinion: Congress: Drive a Stake Through the Heart of Socialist Drug Price Controls

The Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3) and similar proposals keep rearing their heads in Congress with the purported aim of lowering prescription drug prices and improving Medicare. The problem is, such proposals are shortsighted and ultimately lead to lower quality, fewer options, and diminished health outcomes. H.R. 3, which has been around for years and

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