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Editorial Cartoon (2) May 29, 2017

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Monday, May 29.

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Editorial Cartoon (1) May 29, 2017

Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Monday, May 29.

Column: Memorial Day has solemn meaning

Today is Memorial Day, which is at the tail end of a three-day weekend, but it’s not about what you may think.

Talk of the Town: What Mr. Stringer calls freedom is highway robbery

After reading Mr. Stringer’s talk of the town on April 18th about parents’ freedom of choice for their children’s education I had to take a step back and figure out what he really meant.

Rants and Raves: Monday, May 29

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Editorial cartoon (1): May 28, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): May 28, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): May 28, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): May 28, 2017

Column: Stinging remarks in this week’s buzz

Catchall (no, it’s not the Friday installment, but a cleaning of an editor’s desk, inbox and mind):

Column: Looking back

I’ll soon be entering my 87th year on this magnificent rolling ball of a planet.

Letter: Virtual success

It is with great pride that I would like to congratulate the Class of 2017, a group of 100 students who recently received diplomas from Arizona Connections Academy, an online school for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Rants & Raves for May 28, 2017

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Letter: Monopolies

We have many problems in our country today – education, climate, racism (which IS real), and the list goes on.

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Editorial cartoon (1): May 27, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): May 27, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): May 27, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): May 27, 2017

Editorial: Former AG may escape fine; system is broken

The evidence appears to be clear, but the system is broken.

Column: It’s not socialized medicine; call it Medicare for all

Whether we are Democrats, Republicans or “other,” the repeal-and-replace status of the Affordable Care Act should concern all of us.

Letter: Vouchers not fair

Representative David Stringer’s column on vouchers and the vote that pilfers public education funds for private, for profit and religious schools is an example of how the GOP is working to dismantle public education in the US.

Letter: Freedoms not unlimited

This is in response to Jim Lamerson’s “Talk of the Town” article on Friday, May 19.

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Editorial cartoon (1): May 26, 2017

Editorial cartoon (1): May 26, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): May 26, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): May 26, 2017

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Column: A lack of willpower haunts my increasing need to change

'Raising Prescott'

It’s been six weeks since I used this column as a platform to admit my continuing battle with weight issues and the daily struggles I experience trying to fix it before it’s too late.

Column: Was Trump bitten by a radioactive spider?

Donald John Trump is keeping people busy.

Column: American tourist dollars are feeding Castro’s human zoo

Expedia is now booking hotels in Cuba.

Rants & Raves: May 26, 2017

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Editorial cartoon (2): May 25, 2017

Editorial cartoon (2): May 25, 2017

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