BLM

Education

Reading, listening, learning: ASU Libraries provides public BLM resource guide

During months of public demonstrations spurred by the death of George Floyd last spring and centuries of injustices against Black lives across the globe, Arizona State University Libraries created a digital resource guide focused on the Black Lives Matter movement, justice and equity. The elements of the Black Lives Matter guide extend beyond those of

Opinion

Opinion: When Violence Wins

[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.] If the people who broke into the Capitol Wednesday thought they were helping Trump or supporting his legacy or were going to

Buz Blog

Opinion: The Silent Majority Should Start Fighting Back

It appears that the millionaire prima donnas who play professional sports in our country are either myopically ignorant or flat out stupid. Maybe they just despise America and won’t let facts get in the way of their hatred. They are joined in their anti-American, anti-flag, anti-nation anthem displays by their owners and league commissioners. Now

Buz Blog

Observations on the BLM March in Prescott

On Friday, September 4, 2020, I picked up my buddy, Kim and we drove downtown.  Like thousands of others, we heard that the Black Lives Matter Marxist group was going to conduct a protest march around the Courthouse Plaza. I parked my car on the side street across from Chase Bank. After walking around the

Opinion

Opinion: Violent Protesters Have a New Target — Average Americans

My name is Chris, I live in New Hampshire, and I’m one of the growing number of average citizens who’ve found themselves targeted in the progressive attacks on the streets of America. You may have seen me. Millions of people have viewed the viral video of anti-Trump activists circling me, screaming insults and profanity, as

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