In case you haven’t heard, our lawmakers have returned from their six-week, summer sabbatical, ready to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty.
I ended a recent column observing that American taxpayers, not the government of Mexico or anyone else, was going to end up footing the bill for President Donald Trump’s border wall.
It was with a bit of dismay that I read the comments coming into my email’s inbox this past week regarding the smoke that surprised all of us Friday morning, Sept. 13.
The City of Prescott has spent the summer discussing complex municipal water policy that ensures long-term viability of our city’s water supply.
Prescott pedestrians are scrambling across the intersection of Gurley and Montezuma streets. It is a two-week experiment by the city to see whether it improves traffic flow (people and drivers).
New water policies proposed by the City of Prescott leadership will speed growth, provide water outside of the city without annexation, and increase the overdraft. These new policies depend on “paper water” created by diverting the Groundwater Allowance to new development.
Shortly after the Bureau of Labor Statistics released its August report - which showed that the economy had created a middling 130,000 new jobs - the White House issued an effusive statement.
Joe Biden has long been adept at talking with a foot in his mouth, so perhaps it’s no surprise late-ly he has overdosed on whoppers. Nevertheless, it has unnerved many Democrats to hear their 2020 front-runner oscillate so frequently between fact and fiction.
You probably haven’t heard about this because no shots were fired.
When we publish news of a wreck along a local roadway, reader reactions tend to go in one of two directions: blame the driver or blame the folks who constructed the road.
Considering my past is something I do less and less these days.
It’s too bad for America that CNN’s seven-hour town hall on climate change was such a ratings disaster. If 20 times as many viewers had tuned in Wednesday night, about 22 million Americans today would have a real clear idea what a bunch of left-wing nutjobs are running in the Democrat presidential primary.
A group of readers reached out to me this week asking how City of Prescott officials cannot see the mandate from the Primary Election.
My wife and I developed a habit several years ago of reading before we drop off to sleep each night.
The results of the municipal election should have been a wake-up call for the Prescott mayor and council. Instead Greg Mengarelli, Billie Orr and others are using the results and the winning tactic (single-shot for Cathey Rusing) to excuse their comparatively poor showings.
President Donald Trump wants a wall. It just may not be the one his supporters thought they signed up for back in 2016.
An invasion from outer space might do America some good. And maybe one’s coming?
Last week, I got an email from my friend Chris Casazza, a partner with the immigration firm Solow, Isbell and Palladino in Philadelphia. He reached out to tell me about something that had happened to a former client, and he hoped that I could tell the story.