Photo: Workers walk to work at an export processing zone early in the morning after crossing the Mongla river in Mongla, Bangladesh, March 3, 2022 Worsening climate largely from the burning of coal and gas is uprooting millions of people, with wildfires overrunning towns in California, rising seas overtaking island nations and drought exacerbating conflicts
[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.] This is part of [American Renaissance’s] our continuing series of accounts by readers of how they shed the illusions of liberalism and became
What has happened to San Francisco, often thought of in the past as the most beautiful city in the country, if not the entire world? The transition from beloved by almost all to profoundly repellant to many is the sad story of a great city being toppled from within. The “Paris of the West” has
Photo: Abortion opponents argue that a 1901 law criminalizing abortion in Arizona is back in effect, now that abortion is no longer recognized as a constitutional right. But abortion-rights advocates say it will require legal action to restore that law. (Photo by Daisy Gonzalez-Perez/Cronkite News) The Supreme Court decision Friday to eliminate a constitutional right
Photo: Dillon Stuetzle The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man who stabbed a husband and wife in Prescott Valley early Saturday morning. YCSO deputies responded to a 911 call from a woman who said Dillon Stuetzle, 29, stabbed her and her husband after an argument at their home on N Kings Highway.
Opinion: Primary Results: Trump Repudiated, Republicans Enthused, Democrats Focused On Theoretical Issues – Michael Barone
Complete and utter repudiation. That’s what a record number of Republican primary voters in Georgia administered to former President Donald Trump this Tuesday. The man he blamed for not contesting his narrow 2020 loss in the state, Gov. Brian Kemp, won re-nomination with 74% of the vote. The man he persuaded to get into the