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Opinion: Red Wave Forecast – Buz Williams

It looks like the elections in November will be an historic win for the Republicans. Not just in the Congressional House, but also the Senate and in state and local elections. Of course this will only happen if the conservative voters stay energized and the Republican candidates stay focused on the issues. They need to

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Opinion: Critical Race Theory in Prescott Schools – Buz Williams

“Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted” – Vladimir Lenin All across America, parents are becoming aware that schools are indoctrinating their children. They found out that the schools and libraries are conducting transvestite story hours for kindergartners and preschoolers. During the remote learning that

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Opinion: Yes, It Can Happen Here – Buz Williams

When we hear about Critical Race Theory, White privilege, gender identity indoctrination and other mindless classes being taught in schools across our country, many of us think that couldn’t happen in this conservative, close knit, little area in and around Prescott. Guess again. I heard a local father, who decided to run for one of

Education

State School Board Orgs Distance Themselves From ‘Domestic Terror’ Letter

From Republican Missouri to deep-blue Delaware, state and local school boards are distancing themselves from their national association’s request that federal law enforcement investigate parent protests as potential “domestic terrorism.” It’s a sign the organization, long a political ally of the Democratic Party, may be out of touch with its members. The National Association of

Education

Tea party 2.0? Conservatives get organized in school battles

A loose network of conservative groups with ties to major Republican donors and party-aligned think tanks is quietly lending firepower to local activists engaged in culture war fights in schools across the country. While they are drawn by the anger of parents opposed to school policies on racial history or COVID-19 protocols like mask mandates,

Education

Tears, politics and money: School boards become battle zones

Local school boards around the country are increasingly becoming cauldrons of anger and political division, boiling with disputes over such issues as COVID-19 mask rules, the treatment of transgender students and how to teach the history of racism and slavery in America. Meetings that were once orderly, even boring, have turned ugly. School board elections

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