Do you remember the young Baltimore man who died after suffering a broken neck in the back of a police van?
Editorial cartoon: July 28, 2016
An article in the Lourdes Echoes seemed right to the point for me.
In her Wednesday, July 20, column, Ms. Toni Denis said, among other things, that the New York Times and the Washington Post were both fair, accurate and unbiased.
The July 3 story concerning Richard Fournier’s unfortunate incident at the VA gave me an eerie feeling of déjà vu.
It is no secret. The Arizona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System (PSPRS) is in desperate circumstances, just as are so many pension systems across the nation.
Editorial cartoon: July 27, 2016
When most of what we hear surrounding the word “election” is negativity and the lesser of two evils, it is important to remember that you count.
An old friend departed last week. The GOP. The credibility they could have created by rejecting Donald Trump is hard to describe, but I’ll come to that.
Tom H. Hastings’ July 25 article “Ready for this election season?”
In these times of so many negative letters to the editor – mainly about politics, I thought it would be nice to send a letter of thanks to everyone at the Courier.
I heard the last part of Donald Trump’s (too long!) 73-minute acceptance speech on Thursday night and was amused at all he said he was going to do when he becomes President of the United States.
Editorial cartoon published in The Daily Courier Tuesday, July 26.
Casting Crowns released a studio album in 2007 titled, “The Altar and the Door.”
There is a clear and urgent need for new groundwater regulations in rural Arizona.
Against the background of the political shouting match to which we are painfully and continuously being subjected, I am confronted once again with the challenge of trying to explain, to some potential next-generation voters: What’s the difference between Republicans and Democrats?
We have an ex-military man, an ex-policeman and a self-promoting congressman providing their opinions.
The editorial cartoon published in the Courier on July 25, 2016.
With the Republican convention in the rear view mirror, Democrats appeared poised to pounce this week.
So, let’s channel the cranky ghost of George Wallace as he justified his 1968 run for the presidency when he noted, “There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Democrat and Republican parties.”
If someone says statistics prove law enforcement is systemically biased against African-Americans one of three things is in play – stupidity, ignorance of the actual facts or an agenda.
Thank you so much for publishing the discussion about climate change. I truly find the whole subject interesting but idiotic and without common sense.
Editorial cartoon: July 24, 2016
Signs, elections, signage, campaign signs.
Travel back with me to 1968. That was the year – summer really – when our family first arrived in Prescott.