Opinion: Toward A Harmonious Racial Disengagement – American Renaissance

[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.] The campaign to force the comingling of blacks and whites hasn’t worked, isn’t working, shows no sign that it will work, has


Opinion: New Year Faces Old Problems- Inside Sources

There are no new years, just new dates. As the old year flees, I always have the feeling that it is doing so too fast, that I haven’t finished with it, even though the same troubles are in store on the first day of the new year. Many things are hanging over the world during

Catholic Church

Pope on Christmas: Jesus was poor, so don’t be power-hungry – Associated Press

Photo: Pope Francis presides over Christmas Eve Mass, at St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican Recalling Jesus’ birth in a stable, Pope Francis rebuked those “ravenous” for wealth and power at the expense of the vulnerable, including children, in a Christmas Eve homily decrying war, poverty and greedy consumerism. In the splendor of St. Peter’s


Opinion: Good News, the World Is Getting Better – Inside Sources

It’s easy to believe that life on Earth is getting ever worse. The media constantly highlight one catastrophe after another and make terrifying predictions. With a torrent of doom and gloom about climate change and the environment, it’s understandable why many people — especially the young — genuinely believe the world is about to end. The fact


Death by homelessness: Living on the streets cuts lives short, study finds – Cronkite News

Photo: Elizabeth DaCosta shares resources with Troy Burell as she conducts the annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count in downtown Phoenix. (File photo by Monserrat Apud/Cronkite News) Living on the streets isn’t just dangerous. It’s deadly, a new study finds. Older people who live in homeless shelters, encampments or without traditional housing are 3.5 times more likely

Climate Change

Climate migration growing but not fully recognized by world – Associated Press

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