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Politics

Sen David Livingston Files for AZ State Treasurer

So today, July 1st, is the start of the new fiscal year, and after successfully completing this legislative session, I’m proud to announce I’m running for State Treasurer. During my time at the Legislature, as I have worked to improve different parts of our economy, I’ve had many nicknames – “The Money Guy”, “The Insurance

Buz Blog

Opinion: The Greatest Threat to America

The FBI, Homeland Security, President Biden and his administration, have indicated that the greatest terrorism threat to Americans, even above foreign terrorist groups, comes from white supremacists. While it is acknowledged that those government agencies would have much greater access to intelligence on terrorism than “we the people”, they are also much more susceptible to

State

Arizona Department of Corrections fined $1.1 million for neglecting health care benchmarks

For the second time since 2019, the Arizona Department of Corrections has been found in contempt for its failure to follow health care guidelines designed to protect prisoners. In a ruling issued Wednesday, U.S. District Court Judge Roslyn Silver fined the Arizona Department of Corrections Rehabilitation & Reentry $1.1 million for neglecting health care guidelines the department agreed to

Opinion

Opinion: What the Biden Administration Can Expect To Meet in Court

Shortly after the 2016 election, the American Civil Liberties Union launched an extremely effective ad campaign. The ACLU believed the incoming administration’s agenda to be contrary to the values of its organization and its constituency. “See you in court,” the ACLU promised. The money poured in. And they indeed went to court—a lot. President Joe Biden

Opinion

Opinion: The Value of Rights

You play stupid games, you win stupid prizes. Wise words from Taylor Swift, who was name-dropped last week not by TMZ, but by the U. S. Supreme Court. What’s the price tag on constitutional rights? That was the question the justices were discussing when Justice Kagan brought up Swift and her case against a radio

Local

City of Prescott’s Statement Regarding Offensive Signs

The City of Prescott recently learned of offensive and abhorrent signs posted at a local business.   We absolutely reject the message on the signs, and similar rhetoric, however the City is bound to uphold the Constitutional rights of all citizens. City Code inspectors spoke with the manager of the establishment, who moved the signs from

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