U.S. Constitution

Arizona Today

Arizona Today: Interview with David Shestokas

Dr. Lyle Rapacki interviews David Shestokas, a lawyer and subject matter expert on the U.S. Constitution. From October 22 to November 26, 2020 Mr. Shestokas was in Pennsylvania as part of the Lawyers for Trump team.  In that time he organized 70+ ballot processing observers in Allegheny County (Pittsburgh),  interviewed and verified information from whistleblowers,

Opinion

Opinion – Biden’s 100 Days: Partisan, Negligent, and Un-American

When President Joe Biden hit the 100-day mark recently, Americans were anything but excited about the “unity” of recent months. If anything, Americans are excited that we are 100 days closer to the end of the Biden presidency—one marked by bitter partisanship and reckless negligence. First, let’s start with “unity,” a Biden buzzword on Inauguration Day.

Buz Blog

Opinion: Why Law Enforcement Loves President Trump

Many good people that I know, hate President Trump. Let me give a different perspective. I was a police officer for 29 years in Long Beach. My dad, both grandfathers, an uncle, a great uncle and a cousin were all police officers in Southern California, most on LAPD. For 8 years I had to listen

Book Reviews

Opinion: Is It Time for Secession?

[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.] F.H. Buckley, American Secession, Encounter Books, 2020, 184 pp., $23.99. Are the United States ripe for partition? Francis Herbert Buckley, a lawyer and

Legal Beat

Legal Theory Brief Addressing Uncertifiable Elections

(reprinted from the American Post-Gazette with permission) 1. Legislative authority; initiative and referendum Section 1. (1) Senate; house of representatives; reservation of power to people. The legislative authority of the state shall be vested in the legislature, consisting of a senate and a house of representatives, but the people reserve the power to propose laws

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