So Biden is starting to fly the 14,000 Haitians at our southern border back to Haiti? No one is more opposed to illegals coming into our country illegally than I am.
I have been watching the obituaries and am sick to my stomach about how many kids who were born from 1956 to 1960 have died.
Another year has passed and the United Nation’s International Day of Peace is scheduled for Sept. 21, the official annual opening of the United Nations.
On Sunday, Aug. 29 at 3:15 p.m. Dolan Springs went dark with no electricity.
The photo of a man holding a sign in the Miami Herald which says, “Housing is a human right!” was the final push I needed to stop my own selfish pursuit of happiness ( I am trying to make extra money on the weekends due to working full-time during the week) to take action against the destructive, Socialist rhetoric which, as an American I find offensive, and as a freedom-loving human, I know to be dangerous.
It would appear that Secretary of State (Anthony) Blinken needs help from his sidekicks, Winken and Nod.
My neighbor and her dog were viciously attacked by two Rottweilers while she was walking her dog in Kingman.
As our state continues to open and public services such as restaurants and stores are hiring for help, we have noticed that the new hires are lacking in proper training by their managers, and wanting to do a good job is far from their minds.
I’m 79 years old. As a child my parents had to make sure I was vaccinated against a whole slew of childhood diseases before a school would admit me.
Rep. Jason T. Smith (R-Missouri) says Democrats want to “knock down your door KGB-style to force people to get vaccinated.” (Washington Post: “Patience has worn thin,” 7-23-21)
In response to the recent article on fentanyl abuse, I have a different take.
I laughed when I saw the sign in Golden Valley erected by the Mohave County Democratic Central Committee.
The leadership of the Mohave County Democrats wants to talk about treason so let's do that.
Reading the report about the lady and dog hurt by the two Rottweilers recently has raised my ire.
On the television program Politics Unplugged, Democrat Reginald Bolding made wild claims that the new voting laws are restricting the number of people allowed to vote, and that without mass mail-in ballotting those on trtibal lands could not vote because they have transportation problems getting to the polls.
Regarding the COVID situation and its variants, let’s all remember the old saw "ignore it long enough and it'll go away," and then apply the ostrich maneuver – stick our heads in the sand and our rears in the air and think we're hidden.
Isn't the death penalty a punishment for murder; for taking the life of another?
It’s been made crystal clear that the state and national GOP are officially the anti-democracy party when they pass new laws that will allow the overturn of the popular vote by partisan (Republican) state houses regardless of who won the most votes.
The House of Representatives has already passed the ”For the People Act,” and the bill is now pending Senate approval. Today is the day to call your senators, Sinema and Kelly, to tell them you expect them to support the ”For The People Act .”
I’m writing today because I would like one of the local trash servicers here in Kingman to donate a 4-yard or 6-yard dumpster and place it in front of my house so that I can pick up all the garbage that squatters/homeless have scattered all along the easement between my street and the next street over.
The decline of American culture can be seen clearly in the self-absorbed characters in daytime soap operas and the outlandishly excitable contestants in daytime game shows.
With every paper delivery we are met with the front page Death Watch (COVID deaths).