Pam Pearsall, guest host for Prescott Talks, discusses with Courtney what The Launchpad Teen Center is and and what they offer. All their programs are free, and are structured for middle and high school teenagers. The programs include leadership, academic mentoring, camps, tutoring, and many other topics. Courtney addresses the controversy that has come up
Brooks Compton is running for the Prescott Unified School District Governing Board, in Prescott, Arizona. In this second interview, Buz Williams and Brooks discuss solutions for the problems that Brooks mentioned in the first interview, such as Critical Race Theory (CRT) being taught in the schools, and the lack of communication with parents.
Buz Williams, columnist for Prescott eNews and guest host for Prescott Talks, interviews Brooks Compton, who is running for the PUSD School Board (or Governing Board). Brooks talks about his kid’s experience with lessons dealing with Critical Race Theory, social/emotional learning, girls in the boys’ bathroom, and other “woke” issues that are being taught in
Guest host Luke Cilano interviews Steve Zipperman about who he is, and why he is the best choice for the Arizona State Senate seat. Steve is a veteran, a small business owner, and a lawyer. He says that he understands how to read statutory language, and has negotiated contracts before. One of his first priorities
Richard Thomas, founder of College Republicans United, and Ren Ramsey, Chairman of CRU, discuss their organization with Mitch Padilla. CRU is an America First student organization with chapters in five states. They are paleo-conservatives (as contrasted with neo-conservatives) and are working on opening a chapter at Yavapai College. Juliet Thomas talks about her experience as
Guest host, Prescott Mayor Phil Goode interviews Ken Bennett, candidate for Arizona State Senate (Legislative District 1), about the allegations being made about Mr. Bennett’s political career by his opponent. Ken takes each accusation and explains what the truth actually is. Ken discusses his role in the Arizona audit, and points out that he has