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John Stossel

Opinion: Government Delays Flights

Planning to fly this summer? Good luck. Delays are up. Cancellations, too. Why? Because of the pilot shortage. A pilot shortage? How can this be? Flying is a popular job. Some people fly small planes just for fun. Why aren’t there enough commercial pilots? Because the government passed another dumb law. In 2009, after a

Guns

NRA speakers unshaken on gun rights after school massacre

One by one, they took the stage at the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston and denounced the massacre of 19 students and two teachers at an elementary school across the state. And one by one, they insisted that further restricting access to firearms was not the answer to preventing future tragedies. “The existence

Travel

Prepare for sticker shock if you are traveling this summer

Photo: Travelers queue up at the south security checkpoint in the main terminal of Denver International Airport, Thursday, May 26, 2022, in Denver. Experts are expecting a flush of travelers at airports and on the nation’s byways during the long Memorial Day weekend, which marks the start of the summer travel season, in spite of

Ukraine Invasion

Ukraine fears repeat of Mariupol horrors elsewhere in Donbas

Photo: People sort and collect discarded potatoes beside a road near Makariv, on the outskirts of Kyiv Moscow-backed separatists pounded eastern Ukraine’s industrial Donbas region Friday, claiming to capture a railway hub as concerns grew that besieged cities in the region would undergo the same horrors experienced by the people of the port city Mariupol

Yavapai College

15 Yavapai College students undergo transformations to join firefighter ranks

Fifteen Yavapai College students emerged from a grueling 17-week fire academy mentally and physically stronger, eminently capable of responding to emergencies and bonded with a cadre of lifelong friends. Their transformational academy experience earned them each the honor of joining the revered ranks of the fire service. “The mindset changed from ‘I am here for

Juvenile Delinquency

13-Year-Old Charged with Terrorism for Threatening School Shooting in Prescott

On the afternoon of May 17th YCSO investigated a report made by a school bus driver for Prescott Mile High Middle School who informed school administrators that a 13-year-old male student had made numerous threats to “shoot up the school”. The driver said the child made the threat three times while speaking to him during

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