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Michael Barone

Opinion: COVID Only Accelerated the Blue State Exodus – Michael Barone

Where are Americans moving? And where, to make things more specific, have Americans been moving since the sudden onset of COVID lockdowns? Answers to these questions come from the annual Christmastime release of the Census Bureau’s estimates of the population of the 50 states and the District of Columbia as of last July. Comparing those


HOLY COW HISTORY: Memorial Day’s 25 Birthplaces – Inside Sources

So, you want to spend this Memorial Day in the town where the holiday began. Take your pick. After all, you have 25 communities to choose from. Experts will tell you wading into identifying the town where Memorial Day started is a risky business. Call it the third rail of American history; touching it can


Opinion: New York Subway Shooter Missed His Calling and His Targets – Gregory Hood

Photo Credit: Credit Image: © Starmax/Newscom via ZUMA Press [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.] A mass shooting in a Brooklyn subway was briefly the most important story


HOLY COW! HISTORY: Harry Hits the Road

You’ve just wrapped up the most demanding job on earth. You used the atomic bomb, transitioned the economy from war footing to peacetime, helped create the United Nations, and stood up to communist aggression in Korea. So, what do you do next? Take a road trip, of course. To appreciate this story fully, you must


Opinion: The Abner Doubleday Myth – Inside Sources

Baseball’s creation myth goes like this: A boy named Abner Doubleday invented baseball on a schoolyard near Cooperstown, New York, in 1839. Baseball’s Hall of Fame in Cooperstown is located near the hallowed ground where Doubleday supposedly invented baseball. Two blocks from the hall is Doubleday Field, which is named for the man who supposedly