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Opinion: Trump Must Repeal Tariffs to Provide Americans Relief

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring hardship to countless American households. Domestic businesses have also been challenged, with thousands of companies having to close or file for bankruptcy because of the virus. As vaccines begin to become available, and we accelerate the economic recovery process, President Trump’s trade war with China will continue to act

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Opinion: First Principles and What We Can Do Now

[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.] In March, I wrote about what I think should be done. My ideas included building power locally, moving to the country, and

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Opinion: Daycare Workers Need Help, Not Hassles, During Pandemic

Parents trust Dale Sorcher, and toddlers love her. But the daycare police in Washington, D.C., want her fired. Sorcher has done nothing wrong. She has worked at the same Jewish preschool since 2010 without complaint, and she has impressive credentials. Besides her daycare job, she works as a licensed clinical therapist and has two master’s

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Chronos and Kairos: 2020 in Hindsight

2020 has been an exceedingly long year. But the terrible brings opportunity. The COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts on policy and daily life inflicted misery on mankind, but they also presented opportunities. Winter draws nigh and logs are in my fireplace, so forgive my waxing philosophic. 2020’s long-year status reminds me of a concept learned

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Opinions: The U.S. Postal Service

Point: Postal Bailout Talk Shows Washington’s Fiscal Insanity COVID cases are spiking, millions of Americans are out of work through no fault of their own and emergency benefits are expiring. While Congress and the administration were right to pursue a fifth COVID relief package, the stakes are high for getting the money to where it

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Opinion: The Greatest Gift This Season — Freedom Of Religion

Editor’s Note: For another viewpoint, see Point: Christmas Is a Holy Day Judging by the diversity of holidays observed this time of year, humans seem to have a need for a communal celebration in early winter. As the days grow shorter and cold weather grips much of the northern hemisphere, it’s comforting to be reminded

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