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Opinion – Guide for the Perplexed: Rearing White Children

[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 the second in a series of advice columns for AmRen readers. They are written by a man of great wisdom

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Opinion – Vaccine Hesitancy: A Major Barrier to Getting Back to Normal

Being quarantined for almost a year, many of us have had conversations about the first non-socially-distant experience we’ll have once we’ve all been vaccinated. Attending a concert, taking a vacation more than 50 miles from your home, seeing a ball game, going to eat indoors at a restaurant, or even having your first major family

Politics

Election officials worried by threats and protesters

Election officials in several states said Thursday they are worried about the safety of their staffs amid a stream of threats and gatherings of angry protesters outside their doors, drawn by President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of widespread fraud in the race for the White House. “I can tell you that my wife and my

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Opinion: Voters to Decide Military Spending Priorities This Fall

Only paying attention to media coverage, one can summarize the general election hinges solely on two issues: coronavirus and the idea — or lack thereof — “Law and Order” in our nation’s big cities. Other issues like security from foreign threats and the economy affect daily lives just as much and will remain top-of-mind on

Politics

Hobbs confident safeguards are in place for smooth, secure Aug. 4 primary

A lot goes into running a successful election in a normal year, but in the era of COVID-19 that also includes 3,200 gallons of hand sanitizer. That’s one of several items on a shopping list that includes gloves, masks and face shields, as state elections officials work to make sure they have safeguards in place

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