Have you ever read a story from a year ago and thought, “Whoa! Why didn’t I hear of this before?”
I read the article in the opinion view by T. Allen, and I agree with him on almost all the issues he talks about, but he is missing some information or facts and I would like to point them out.
“Those who make peaceful revolution impossible ... make violent revolution inevitable,” said John F. Kennedy.
Just as my annual diet has begun showing promise, my greatest obstacle to success is upon me: Girl Scout Cookie season has begun.
The long winter at Valley Shutdown is evidently growing more dire for federal employees.
Watching the Democrats, Republicans, conservatives and any other name in our democratic system hash out so-called details of their agendas, I have to laugh.
It is astonishing that in this day and age – after nearly 70 years of cable TV, 30 years of conservative talk radio, almost 30 years of the internet, two full decades of broadcast dominance by Fox News, a decade-plus of social media and multiple elections (2010, 2014 and 2016) in which the electorate sent a scathing rebuke to this country’s self-appointed elites – the professional left still thinks that it controls the message; that the truth is whatever they tell us it is, facts be damned.
I am honored to be writing to you again sharing the happenings of the Mohave County Assessor’s office.
I never thought I would have to apologize for this but here goes. Yes, I have, indeed, asked my wife to make a salad. And not just any salad. This was a salad that fed a large family.
It’s way past time to congratulate the baby Jesus on the anniversary of his birth. While all those annoying unending ads for the Christmas sales have blessedly come to an end, they’ve been replaced by all those annoying unending ads for the after-Christmas sales.
Although my family recently watched the 1943 “Lassie, Come Home” on TV, we haven’t seen the “in theaters now!” movie “A Dog’s Way Home” yet.
Nobody has yet figured out the opportunity costs associated with keeping failing companies afloat.
There have been two major attempts to change the calculus of elections and officeholders since the 1990s. One is a top down “reform” that’s currently being imposed on voters a jurisdiction at a time.
“Stop the endless wars!” implored President Donald Trump in a Sunday night tweet.
We’ll celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and legacy next week. In these angry and divisive times, we all could benefit by reminding ourselves of his words’ truth, civility and wisdom.
Articles about the left’s hypocrisy and appalling double standards are barely newsworthy these days.
True news: Donald Trump storms out of a White House meeting after he doesn’t get what he wants (billions of dollars for a fake crisis), and tells off congressional Democratic leaders by tweeting, “bye bye.” His cultists duly applaud.
Facing an unruly band of newly-installed members of the House clamoring for impeachment proceedings against President Trump, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been a voice of moderation, urging caution while warning that a move to drive the president from office in the absence of clear, irrefutable evidence of wrongdoing does not enjoy majority support in the country and will backfire on her party.
If you passed Max Acuna on the street or on your way to work, or any one of those hundreds of places where people cross paths every day, you wouldn’t give the smartly dressed 30-year-old a second look.
It’s time to brush up on your knowledge of speakeasies, bathtub gin, demon rum, homebrew, bootlegging and other icons of the Roaring Twenties.
The world has turned its eyes to Arizona after a local headline caused an international public outcry – and for good reason: “State officials investigate after patient in nursing facility gives birth.”
This viewpoint is addressed to those of you who are of the Catholic faith.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s House has more women, persons of color and LGBT members than any House in history – and fewer white males.
Is technology innovation doing us more harm than good?
Way back in 2017, before we were on the road to Nuremberg With Donald Trump, the Washington Post was outraged that hospitals were trying to make a profit.