Opinion

Opinion

Opinion: ‘Estimates Look Bad but Reality Will Be Far Worse’

[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.] “The estimates look bad, but the reality will be far worse.” This subtitle from the April 1983 cover story of Instauration is probably the

Opinion

Opinion: It’s Not Manchin and Sinema; It’s the Spending, Stupid

When President Lyndon Johnson pressed Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964, his biggest obstacle was the bloc of segregationists in his own party. Segregationists chaired key House and Senate committees, and they commanded enough votes in the Senate to filibuster the bill, which they did — for 60 days. Johnson called civic

Opinion

Opinion: Proposal Could Help Cities Recover from Pandemic’s Impact

Cities across the country are witnessing one of the pandemic’s long-term consequences: Reduced workforce in city centers. With many companies electing to downsize or not renew their office leases, thousands of small businesses that were sustained by the flow of the 9-to-5 workforce have had no choice but to close their doors for good –

Opinion

Opinion: Local Control and Parental Involvement Make For Good Schools

At some level, Attorney General Merrick Garland can be excused for being ignorant about two of the most important influences in determining successful schools. However, teachers in all schools should feel embarrassed for the National School Boards Association members or any local school board member who does not know that local control and parental involvement

Opinion

Opinion: The Time for Tort Reform Is Now

Legal reform advocates nationwide recognize October as “Lawsuit Abuse Awareness Month.” This year, the U.S. Supreme Court can help highlight and address the scourge of lawsuit abuse by reviewing an astounding $80 million judgment against Bayer subsidiary, Monsanto. With outrageous multi-million-dollar judgments becoming more commonplace, it’s easy to see how lawsuit abuse wipes out an estimated $435.6 billion

Opinion

Opinion: Local Secession Is the Moderate Solution

[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.] [Editor’s Note: According to Wikipedia, “Buckhead is the uptown commercial and residential district of the city of Atlanta, Georgia, comprising approximately the

Scroll to Top