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Opinion: Schools Must Regain the Trust of Parents – Inside Sources

“We, as parents, refuse to be plunged into chaos due to the incompetence and lack of planning.”  Keri Rodrigues — my friend, colleague, a partner in fighting for education justice, and founder of the organization I am proud to represent — captured precisely what millions of families were thinking as kids headed back to school.

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YCSO Sheriff David Rhodes’ statement on receiving an OUI at Lake Powell

As your Sheriff I have spoken many times about the need for accountability and truthfulness among our elected officials and especially law enforcement officers. Transparency is a critical tenant of our democracy. On Saturday afternoon August 7th, my family and I were boating on Lake Powell.  We had a designated driver for the boat I

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Opinion – Joining the Ranks of the Self-Employed: My Three Simple Rules

The post-COVID aftershocks are many. But a most interesting one to me is the trend towards self-employment. A recent survey conducted by Intuit reported that 28 percent of U.S. workers are self-employed and growing. Since I’ve been self-employed for 21 years, it’s a good time to share lessons learned. I still remember the day I

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Opinion: It’s Time for the U.S. Military to Restore Public Trust

A free, prosperous society is built upon three critical pillars: Trusted political institutions, robust economic institutions, and vibrant social and cultural institutions. These pillars rely upon one another – one weak pillar impacts the others and worsens society. And right now, America’s political institutions are extremely weak – caused in part by two divisive elections,

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