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Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: How, When, Do We Come Together Again? – Patrick Buchanan

When 30 FBI agents showed up at Mar-a-Lago to cart off boxes of documents, it was an authorized, legitimate and justified procedure to retrieve national security secrets being illegally kept there. Or it was an unprecedented regime raid on the home and office of the foremost political rival of President Joe Biden that called to

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking – Carrie Ann Apap

When speaking of hypnosis, I like to think of the opportunity to heal. I was recently asked to look at a way I could possibly help Hospice patients and their families. Remembering my training in “Healing Through Grief” as part of my medical hypnosis certification, I was reminded of how grief is really a natural

Public Trust

Choose your reality: Trust wanes, conspiracy theories rise – Associated Press

Photo: This aerial image from video, shows damage to the Georgia Guidestones monument near Elberton, Ga., on July 6, 2022. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the monument, which some Christians regard as satanic, was damaged by an explosion before dawn Daniel Charles Wilson believes the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were an inside job.

Buz Blog

Officer Down, Hearts Break – Buz Williams

We went to the Rodeo last Thursday, June 30, 2022. Quite appropriately, it was First Responder Night, honoring law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical providers. It was appropriate, because two days before, Yavapai County Sheriff Sergeant Richard Lopez, was killed in the line of duty in Cortes Lakes, Arizona. In a special ceremony prior to

Vaccine mandates

Congressman Paul Gosar Knocks Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s Mandatory Vaccine Policy

For weeks, citizens in our community have protested outside Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) over its decision to mandate the COVID-19 vaccine. Our healthcare providers have made the best medical decisions for themselves, and their employers do not get to subvert this. To date, nearly 20% of reported COVID-19 cases are Americans who work in the

Local

City of Prescott and Prescott Fire Department Announce Loss of Firefighter

The City of Prescott and the Prescott Fire Department are saddened to announce the loss of Firefighter/EMT Tye Seets.   He leaves behind his wife Karissa, two young children, along with extended family in the Prescott, AZ Quad-City area.  Prior to his employment with the City of Prescott, Tye served honorably with the United States Army.

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