Richard F. (Buz) Williams

R.F. "Buz" Williams is a consummate conservative whose utterances appear periodically in the "Our readers speak."

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Column: Problems and solutions (Part II)

It is easy to spotlight problems in our country. Finding solutions is not so easy. Here are some more suggestions.

Column: The death penalty, the church and logic

Almost a month ago The Daily Courier printed a story about a Phoenix woman being sentenced to death for the abuse, torture and murder of her 10-year-old cousin.

Column: The ultimate result of identity politics

At the birth of our nation, the de facto motto of our country was found on the seal of the United States.

Column: It’s not race, it’s about good parenting

In July we traveled up to Montana. It was the 50th wedding anniversary for some friends of ours that we’ve known more than 30 years.

Column: The dignity of work

In one of his speeches a month or so ago, President Trump was touting one of his job programs and used the term, “the dignity of work.”

Column: Do something for someone else

“Who makes a difference? You do! Do something for someone else! The world can change through your efforts. It’s a powerful way to feel good and reduce stress.”

Column: A time for courage and perseverance

President Donald Trump has been in office for six months.

Column: Men and women do have their differences

Men and women may be of the same species, but they are two entirely different animals.

Column: Why the left tries to suppress free speech

Far leftist extremists have several tactics to minimize or negate conservatives and their agenda.

Column: Unsung hero

Every year we take our RV to the Gold Country of California for the annual Long Beach Police Reunion, known as “Substation North.”

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