The quintessential Ugly American arrived in England on Monday, where it didn’t take long for him to hurl insults at London’s mayor. But presumably his mood will be lightened by the absence of any American vessels bearing the name John McCain.
Opening day at Arizona Downs could not have been more beautiful: a sunny, bright blue sky above rolling hills, balmy temperature and rambunctious breezes that obediently lay down before the action started.
I was disappointed in the article “YRMC defends policies after ‘C’ rating from watchdog group,” on May 30, concerning the Leapfrog grading of Yavapai Regional Medical Center, as I did not see the appropriate context for your readers understanding of the nature of these so-called “watchdog” organizations.
Congressman Paul Gosar has reintroduced the Criminal Alien Removal Clarification Act, saying that non-citizens, convicted of a felony or two or more misdemeanors, are “removable.”
We are fortunate. Prescott is bustling right now with all of the summer activities.
Jessica Marquez-Gates is old enough to remember an America before Roe v. Wade.
There was a death in the family. Those cruel words have been spoken and experienced by all of us. A parent, spouse, child, sibling, aunt, uncle, grandparent departs from our life and we are catapulted into a different space. The grieving zone. That place that no one cares to be and yet somehow none can completely escape.
During World War II, of the 500-plus MLB players who served, only two young Americans were killed.
Nearly 43 million Americans have started their summers with a Memorial Day weekend getaway this year, AAA News reports.
Twenty years ago this June, when my father’s youngest sister Gwendol passed away, I glanced over at Dad during the funeral and thought, “He looks as if he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.”
Justin Amash, a rare Republican congressman who refuses to genuflect at Donald Trump’s feet, has been taking heat lately for daring to speak his mind. But bless his heart, he couldn’t care less.
Upon hearing our legislators are giving themselves a raise, two things sound a little hinky.
As Attorney General William Barr settled (re-settled) into his office at the Department of Justice at 10th and Constitution in Washington, D.C., on day one, I’m sure his first act was to yell out to his executive assistant, “Get FBI Director Christopher Wray on the phone.”