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Tom Cantlon

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Cantlon Column: The best we can have is control, not healing

Those of us who find the current political situation to be crazy might hope that it’s just a momentary lapse of reason.

Cantlon Column: Who knew regulators could do this

Regulators have just forced Wells Fargo to replace four of its board members because of the bank’s repeated criminal behavior.

Column: A refund on your sales tax

We need a really big refund to wage earners against state and local sales tax.

Column: Leaders who think you’re lazy

I loathe the attitude of those leaders who think the American people are crap. There are numerous who do.

Column: Why those holidays feel good

As I like to remind each year, the holidays just past are a time that pull us many ways.

Column: Housing developments, your role

There’s been a lot of criticism of the recent Deep Well Ranch development approval.

Column: Column Supreme Court’s ridiculous naiveté

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, (D-NJ) just escaped conviction for corruption because of a hung jury.

Column: Preferring Putin over U.S. interests

Trump has taken a step that, in any other time, for any other high office holder, or by any other president, would be the end of the line.

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Column: Pictures and poison

Lots to cover, short space: A photo of football players dancing was modified to look like a flag burning, then distributed widely.

Column: White Supremacists reject Christianity

White supremacists don’t like Christian principles or basic American values, but their ideas are spreading and mingling with the edges of traditional conservativism, so traditional conservatives need to clearly know the difference and make their position known.

Column: Dangerous buttons, and not the nuclear one

Knees, distractions, and the finger on the button; and no, not the nuclear button.

Column: North Korea, switch to containment

On North Korea the only option we aren’t considering is the only one that’s likely to come true; that North Korea simply becomes one more country with nuclear missiles, much like Pakistan.

Column: A national change for labor

With Labor Day just passed, I was thinking about what could improve things for workers.

Column: Charlottesville, the full equation

I apologize for having to write about something as depressing as racism, so I promise to end with something positive.

Column: Prescott, the entrepreneur magnet

Regardless who wins the city elections, here is a different idea for an economic development program.

Column: What you missed at candidate forums

Here's additional information on council candidates and the proposition 443 pension tax. Also some suggestions, not about specific candidates, but things to consider in their information.

Column: Daily life in a great community

If your daily life keeps you mostly in the nicer parts of Prescott, you could hardly find a more pleasant place to carry out the day-to-day of life, could you?

Column: The fires of human culture

Driving down to Phoenix just after Highway 69 reopened brought up two parallel topics.

Column: Column Common ground beneath the headlines

Here’s an issue where the interests of right and left overlap. With the economy, on the surface there’s division, but underneath there’s a common complaint.

Column: Mistakes, there and here

While trouble Trumples along, serious problems need attending. Two items.

Column: News, and something you can do

Three quick topics: First: I’ve posted a piece on ReaderSupportedNews which I hope rises to their “most popular” list.

Column: Serious problems, amateur distractions

We don't have time for all this D.C. crap – for leaders, and the top leader especially, creating drama and chaos.

Column: Democrats’ quiet victory

Democrats’ internal debates over messaging has distracted from even taking credit for a big recent victory.