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Opinion: Republicans, Hold the Line and Keep the Faith in Georgia

After the electors met and formally backed Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential candidate’s media backers could not contain their excitement. Referring to President Trump as the “Troll-Warrior-in-Chief,” one New York Times story suggested his “ratings ragetweets [will] simply echo in some musty corner of the internet.” CNN’s Chris Cillizza celebrated “Republicans’ current illogic,” while Slate’s merry band of radicals focused on Russian President Vladimir

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Rich Blacks Want White Neighbors

[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.] Almost all blacks complain about “white supremacy” and how they suffer at the hands of whites. But when they have money, most

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Opinion: Making the Most of Remote Work Requires Balancing the Tradeoffs

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the world of work overnight, sending millions to do their jobs online and in isolation. Some organizations had ample experience with telework and had a relatively seamless transition, while many others were left scrambling to operationalize a distributed workforce in the course of a few short weeks. While things may have been

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Consumers Beware of Gifts That Are Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing

Electronics are at the top of the holiday shopping list for many Americans as families make upgrades to work and learn from home in the wake of COVID-19. They should be careful that seemingly familiar brands are not, in fact, a wolf in sheep’s clothing that could compromise their personal information. Spending on consumer technology

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