Primarily to generate the funds necessary to pay for higher teacher salaries, “#RedForEd” wants personal income taxes in Arizona to go up — way up.
With the start-up of the new school year, I find it quite unsettling to see teachers and other adult personnel depicted in the Daily Courier wearing attire that negates their position.
Given the course of events surrounding our Executive Branch over the past 18 months, as punctuated by an embarrassing performance in Helsinki, it is past the time to ask our representatives in Washington what they (Mr. Gosar) are doing to stop or check this madness.
Even a liberal/progressive will usually agree that a person has a fundamental right to be let (left) alone.
Editorial cartoon (1): August 17, 2018
Congratulations to Cathleen Cherry on winning a Fulbright Scholarship.
Many kudos to Brian Bergner Jr. for his informative and much needed positive comments regarding LeBron James’s most generous educational gift to the school children in Akron, Ohio.
So Dick Polman is upset about the “Death of Truth” in relation to President Trump.
Having participated in multiple Save the Dells and CWAG events I fail to see any benefit for either Prescott or Prescott Valley to approve the Arizona Eco annexation proposal.
This is in response to Gary Sanderson’s letter, in which he expressed disappointment that no “irredeemable,” “deplorable,” “smelly” Trump supporter refuted his anti-Trump rant.
There is not much doubt that legislative members have taken advantage of the so-called “legislative immunity” provision of the Arizona Constitution.
For the moment let’s not debate whether or not Russia interfered in our 2016 presidential election and is poised to do the same or worse in November’s coming midterm elections.
Prescott was created by a succession of generations over a time span of more than a hundred years.
One could laugh at the “Trumpian” letter of Aug. 2 but for the need to focus on its’ litany of distortions and untruths.
I recently asked two ardent Trump supporters a simple unambiguous question.
Developers of big expansion projects, like Jason Gisi of Arizona Eco Development, love to tout local financial benefits of their ventures.
On Aug. 4, the Courier printed a letter from Pamela Beitzel. Among other things her letter says that “in her opinion” Trump’s policies serve only the three “W’s:” the white, the wealthy, and the well connected.
Happily, I was home to answer the door when Emma rang the bell. Her first question, “Are you going to vote?”
Jason Gisi, CEO of Arizona Eco Development, presented his thoughts in a recent Talk of the Town in the Courier.
I know, I get sad easily, like the pain I feel about young children being torn from their parents at the border, not to be returned for weeks and months, and some maybe forever.
Editor: I would like to know when Manley Drive became a drag strip.
Editor: A wall of separation between church and state
I was a registered Democrat back in the 1960s and 70s and as a Democrat some fellow Republicans told me I was a communist because I was a Democrat.
Regarding Nancy Hutson’s article on July 20, “Top VA Leaders Leave.”
You have carried op ed commentators in the past with whom I seriously disagreed, but Michael Shannon’s opinions are totally offensive.
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