R.F. "Buz" Williams is a consummate conservative whose utterances appear periodically in the "Our readers speak."
In early 1974, while in the Long Beach Police Academy, one of the instructors was debriefing our class on the murder of two of our police officers that occurred in 1967.
Every year, Prescott Elks Lodge No. 330 honors local law enforcement officers who have been selected by their departments for recognition.
The Constitution is the foundation on which the government of the United States is based.
As disputatious as our last national election was, the resulting protests, riots and outright frenzy of the left, pale in comparison.
For decades the education of our children in public schools has declined.
With the Inauguration of Donald Trump for President of the United States set for tomorrow, Jan. 20, many of us who voted have a great many hopes, fears and expectations.
Looking back over the last two-thirds of a century, Christmas is the time of year that elicits the most and best memories.
Community organizers, progressives, socialists, communists and many Democrats like to control things.
In Shakespeare’s Henry V, the title character rouses his men to fight a battle against what appears to be insurmountable odds with a speech that includes the much quoted phrase, “We few, we happy few, we band of brothers.”
As I sat down to write this column, it was announced that the FBI has just reopened its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email scandal.