The results of the mid-term elections have defined the differences between Democrats and Republicans.
A recent letter to the Courier opines that the $2.5 million dollar project to reconstruct the PHS athletic fields is not needed, rather that the reconstruction is a “want” not a “need.”
With his numerous newspaper articles and radio appearances, Prescott Councilman Jim Lamerson is setting the stage to betray us.
Re: Courier Cooks page Tuesday, Nov. 6:
Our educational system wages lengthy campaigns to garner support for various school funding, although I have not met anyone, including seniors, who doesn’t wholeheartedly agree with the need. Lately, however, I am noticing a disturbing trend.
I was a “Corporate Gypsy,” residing in 5 states over 30 years. I pursued the American Dream, reaching the pinnacle of my career as CEO of a fairly large division (five brands) in a Fortune 500 Corporation. The 95-year-old company lost its compass (like GE today) and ultimately liquidated all assets by 2001.
The front page article “Turnout of young voter’s jumps” last week raises some interesting questions.
Setting the record straight: Lie No. 1: Reagan claims that Democrats have a monopoly on hate. The pipe bombs, the attacks on a Jewish Synagogue and the recent attacks and threats against our Senator Flake.
I understand that Washington, Oregon and Colorado have gone to 100 percent voting by mail.
Who is the Constitutional Conservative now? Do we just rewrite the Constitution or do we agree with the actual text as written and the interpretation that it has been given all of its history?