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Opinion: A Battering Ram of Facts

[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 2012, Jared Taylor wrote, “Like communism, liberalism will be battered to death by the facts before it concedes that its morality

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Opinion: Biden’s ‘Jim Crow’ Insults Fly in Face of Facts

I don’t have a clear memory of when my father went down to Mississippi in 1967. I was 5 years old, and my focus was on my upcoming kindergarten graduation. I only knew that daddy had taken a trip to a place that was farther south than where I’d been born, in Baltimore, and that

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Opinion: The Specter of Inflation Is Upon Us

It has been several decades since Americans dealt with the specter of inflation. However, according to several economic benchmarks and commonsense, inflation is oozing into the American economy like poison ivy into an open wound. The last time the U.S. economy was overrun with inflation occurred during the dark days of the late 1970s. For

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Opinion: Biomass Energy From Forests Can Be Sustainable and Carbon Neutral

The issue of carbon neutrality for wood-based bioenergy just won’t go away. In recent months, Politico, The New York Times, and CNN all have run high-level stories that take the Europeans to task for using wood pellets from the U.S. South because of concerns that wood-based biomass is not carbon neutral. The problem with all

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Opinion: What Our Dogs Say About Us

I’ve been mourning the loss of my 14-year-old Goldendoodle, Nemo, who we put down in April. We  anticipated how bereft we would feel when that sad day came, and so three years ago, I listened to my husband, who said we needed an “overlap dog.” This led to our second Goldendoodle, Teddy. Teddy will never

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Opinion: Biden Housing Rule Would End Suburbs As We Know Them

According to the Biden administration, standard zoning rules imposed by local governments are racist. Part of the proposed $2.3 trillion Biden infrastructure plan seeks not to improve the inner cities (which are overwhelmingly controlled by Democrats), but to destroy nice places to live, like the suburbs. This move to destroy the suburbs actually began with

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