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Editorial: APS needs to disclose its contributions
If you're reading this, you probably live in Yavapai County. If you live in Yavapai County and use electricity, you buy your power from Arizona Public Service Co.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

One man's rant: Let it snow
I've learned my lesson. A few days ago a weather forecaster called for the first major snowstorm of the season. My wife and I vowed to be ready. Intense preparations for the white-out at the Williams home began with a high level of excitement.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Letter: Faulty logic
It always amazes me how spending taxpayer money on non-essential items can be rationalized. In Mr. Painter's editorial he is quick to point out all the additional revenue and business this art will bring to Prescott Valley.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Letter: Worth the money?
Is public art worth the money? Answer-NEVER! Especially not right after the same government has requested and received a tax increase because they are coming up short!
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Letter: Are you kidding?
This is in response to an opinion written by Beth A. Alden titled "Downright crazy" in the Jan. 20 edition, but mostly in response to Jim Painter, news editor. He wrote a response titled "Is public art worth the money?
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Letter: Remember the sculpture
We are new residents to Prescott Valley, so we are not yet familiar with the members of the city council. We saw the local tax was raised for police and fire. This is the job of the council.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Getting rid of bedbugs is no simple task
Bug Bombs will not work on bedbugs because the majority of bedbugs spend their time hiding in protected areas such as under sheets and mattress seams, in cracks and crevices and along carpet baseboards. Bug Bombs do not penetrate these areas.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Editorial: Is public art worth the money?
I started working for The Daily Courier last August, in and September my wife and I found a house in Prescott Valley to make our permanent residence.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Editorial: Right to die is a personal choice
The right to die is a deeply emotional topic, no matter which side you fall on. This option is not to everyone's liking, obviously, but it provides a choice for those who wish to handle their own ending.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Letter: Long history of executive orders
Is it true as claimed by the leading presidential candidates on the right that President Obama's executive orders on gun control are lawless, illegal, dictatorial or unconstitutional? Should they be seen as presidential abuses of power? It depends on whom you ask.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Letter: Minimum wage
I hear a lot of talk about doubling the minimum wage. From the way all the Philosophers (on both sides of the aisle) talk about it, one would think it is a good thing. Let's look at it from the perspective of Mother Nature's Natural Laws.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Letter: VFW rules
Concerning the letter from Daniel Bonnet: CONGRESS sets the guidelines for membership into the Veterans of Foreign Wars. We are obligated to follow the rules set by Veterans of Foreign Wars National Headquarters.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

There is a solution for eroding driveways
This week I received two calls from homeowners in Chino Valley and Prescott Valley. Both of these homeowners were inquiring about another type of driveway surface other than asphalt, concrete, pavers, gravel. They both have dirt driveways that have become a burden due to erosion, the side ditches are eroding and undermining the driving surface. Their goal is to have a stronger and firmer driving surface.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Guest editorial: The mayor's State of Prescott Valley
Prescott Valley staff and council are dedicated to the goal of keeping quality of life a vital component of this community's management. Providing a meaningful and productive quality of life for our citizens is a priority.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Ice melts can have an impact on concrete
Winter brings the most picturesque scenes, but it also brings a rise in weather-related problems. Of these, ice and its removal are among the most critical. Unfortunately, there are a small percentage of those who crack their ice dilemma only to face another problem when spring arrives; damaged concrete. There is much confusion surrounding this damage which is mostly caused by the freeze/thaw cycle. Too often people attribute concrete damage to the ice melt that was used.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Letter: Need better doctors
I read with dismay the piece about Gloria Ruiz (Jan. 13). In addition to feeling so sorry for Mrs. Ruiz and wishing her all the best, it was scary to learn that two doctors in our area misdiagnosed stage 4 lung cancer and that she needed to go to Phoenix to get a correct diagnosis!
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Letter: Police don't need military vehicles
With regard to the recent acquisition of a very costly to maintain and operate military vehicle by the Prescott Police Department brings to light the question of militarizing the nation's civilian police force. In a country whose foundation is based on Christian belief in constitutional rule of law, justice, freedom, liberty and land of opportunity, this is abhorrent.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Letter: Not part of the VFW
Concerning the article on the front page of the Prescott Valley Tribune. The Prescott Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10227 is currently in need of community support. It brought to mind the fact that many veterans of the Korean War era were not sent overseas. VFW rejects membership of these service members who were stationed stateside.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Letter: Downright crazy
Since when did public art become more important than our children? With $90,000 we could help our schools, the Boys and Girls Club and other important and education needs for our children's future. A decision to buy more crazy art, when our schools are in need is irresponsible, reckless and a complete lack of the town's priority.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Letter: Roads, not art
I am told this will fall on deaf ears. I hope it is not true. First of all you are wasting taxpayer money after raising an already outrageously high tax in PV. The roads are crumbling throughout the town ... except for the ones immediately around your government buildings, which were perfectly good until you had them torn up for no reasonable reason. There is not that much traffic on that roadway.
Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Tell lawmakers to support transparency in government
There are efforts by the Legislature in play to remove notices printed in newspapers, allowing them to be buried in many obscure, seldom-visited government websites.
Friday, January 15, 2016

Editorial: Pearsall, Board skirmish a huge waste of time
After eight months of turmoil, County Assessor Pamela Pearsall's office is partly coming back to her. The Yavapai County Board of Supervisors voted to give back part of her office. This is after the Arizona Attorney General was asked by Pearsall to overturn a Board of Supervisors' decision to remove two divisions from her office, calling it a "constitutional overreach."
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Letter: Selective identification
The letter from Randy Hayes of Prescott Valley on Jan. 6 prompted my letter today. Mr. Hayes speaks of the media mentioning when they want to, additional commentary on violent acts across America. There has been no widespread rejection from media for "selectively" identifying those who are not politically correct or PC. The fact remains, the media should either mention the race and religion of those committing violent acts or never mention the identifiers of perpetrators of violence. I am not PC but I do feel the media should not identify persons in criminal acts other than name once arrested.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Letter: Appreciate law enforcement
On Jan. 9, we encourage Arizonans to support National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (LEAD). In light of recent negativity directed toward police nationally, there is a need to show law enforcement officers that our citizens recognize the difficult and sometimes impossible career they have chosen, in public service to us all.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Letter: Santa helps seniors
On behalf of our partners and recipients, Home Instead Senior Care wishes to acknowledge the generosity of the people of the Quad Cities who made Christmas brighter for 225 elders in our communities through our annual Be A Santa To A Senior program.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

One man's rant: A night at the really bad movies
Back in '05 my (then) wife-to-be and I planned our very first "Bad Movie Night." The objective for each of us was to out slime the other with the most pitiful and worthless film we could find.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Beware of scams, check for a license
Needless to say there is no shortage of contractor horror stories relating to both licensed and unlicensed contractors. There are stories of scams, damage, shoddy workmanship and the unlicensed contractors that disappear in the middle of a project. Licensing is not necessarily a measure of competence, skill, proficiency and ability however one could say that hiring an unlicensed contractor can be a potential hazard.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Letter: Thanks for the concern
I wanted to take a moment to say that I hope all had a blessed Christmas and I wish all of you a Happy New Year. I also want to express how much I appreciated the community's concern in the loss of my job this past year with Haggen and to let you know that God has blessed me with a new job.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Letter: Eat at the VFW
I read the article, "Prescott Valley's VFW Post may lose its building; veterans group asks public to help out by eating a meal."
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Letter: Ignorant of this fact
What have we learned from labeling people in this country? Let's see. ALL Japanese are the enemy because they all look alike, so let's put them in internment camps. Or, how about ALL Native Americans in this country? They have a different religion and culture than we do so let's put them on reservations. Oh, we've done that. Where am I going with this? I guess we all have to ask ourselves: Is tolerance of others more about who we are as a nation?
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Letter: Council, nice going
I take my hat off to the Prescott Valley Town Council for the half cent increase to benefit roads and police services. I am proud of the efforts made in the town for our streets and I believe our police force is one of the best in the country. I had an opportunity to see some of our police in action they were very compassionate and I was very impressed. I just wish they had made it one cent so they could take care of the neighborhoods that have had no significant upgrades to their streets for 10 years. Please keep up the good work.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Editorial: Movie shines light on NFL's head injuries
The movie Concussion (starring Will Smith) hit theaters at Christmastime, roughly at the same time wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was called for unnecessary roughness. His play led to his one-game suspension by the NFL for initiating "forcible contact." That means Beckham could have caused a concussion or worse in the player he hit.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

One man's rant: Pitching 'Ham heads to Hurley'
For several years now, my wife and I have subscribed to Netflix for most of our TV movie entertainment. But we're careful not to subscribe to any service which is overly modern or considered to be 21st century technology; twentieth century living is still satisfying enough for us. We don't stream video so we don't have a 3700X Globular Video Play Master Hub Connector, nor do we want to record every TV show or movie that's ever been produced.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Few minutes in the gutters can save you thousands
As we know the return of rain and snow is happening. Now is the time to ready your home for the temperature changes and repair any damaged surface to prevent moisture damage from our winter weather.
Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Editorial: Holiday gatherings can teach us how to navigate life
As the holiday season draws to a close, we'd like to pay tribute to the time-honored tradition of the family gathering and reflect on the fact that all humans are part of the same family, with a common ancestor.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Letter: Stop pretending
Let us pretend that I am a terrorist who wants to kill as many innocent people as possible. Do you believe that I would pay any attention to laws that limit magazine capacity? Do you think that if I was compliant with said law that I would not carry a brace or more of said guns so that I would not have to reload?
Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Letter: Call them what they are
One of your readers (Dick Harvey) wrote, "...Obama refuses to call the terrorist groups around the world, 'Radical Islamic Terrorist(s)'. If he did, would he not have to call the likes of the Ku Klux Klan and the people who kill doctors, patients and employees of Planned Parenthood "Radical Christian Terrorists?"
Wednesday, December 30, 2015

One man's rant: Football is king, for now
The venerable game of table tennis began, according to some accounts, in Victorian England. It was played by the upper class as an after-dinner parlor game. What a jolly good idea.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Everyone loves a fireplace, but be safe
This is our first winter in Prescott in a new home with a wood burning fireplace. Should we have the fireplace and chimney inspected?
Wednesday, December 30, 2015

State GOP is right, districts are unfair
In order to ensure a fair political system in the state, political district boundaries must be drawn in such a way that one political party doesn't have an unfair advantage over another.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Letter: A positive movement
In this era of mass killings and tragedy, it is refreshing to come across a person who cares and does something about it.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Letter: Column thoughts
In response to Buz Williams' Dec. 10 column (Progressive means never being accountable), he doesn't mention that DDT is still used for malaria, although it possibly could cause cancer. He doesn't talk about DDT's destruction of wildlife and that its banning is credited by scientists in the comeback of our national bird, the bald eagle. He wants "clean" coal and fossil fuels, non-replenishable resources, and nuclear energy. Yes. Chernobyl and Three Mile Island catastrophes can't happen again because we no longer have earthquakes in this country, right? He says without these, energy costs would skyrocket yet gives no reasons why. Meantime, ask solar panel folks how much their energy costs have skyrocketed.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Letter: Kudos to the post office
I know we hear a lot of complaints about bad service these days, but I'd like to give a compliment to the Prescott Valley Post Office employees. This morning (Saturday, December 19) they opened up a 1/2 hour early when they saw all the people waiting in line to mail packages. I really appreciated their kindness.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

One man's rant: This was my first time
As I age, the opportunity to do something for the first time in my life is decreasing at an alarming rate. I've already run a red light, had minor surgery and beaten my wife at Gin Rummy (though not nearly often enough). I've also had a fender bender, passed an economics final exam, grown a full beard, performed in community theater productions and smoked a cigar that made me sick. The bottom line is that almost everything I do these days belongs in the "been there, done that" category.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

It takes everyone to build community
While I am a firm believer in the power of positive thinking, I also realize that it has been an extremely tough year for many Americans and community families that once had the American dream. It is a dream that has possibly faded due to a job loss, or a death of a family member, or an illness.
Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Editorial: Asking too much of police
I'm always astounded at how little the Arizona government provides for its people.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

One man's rant: Mr. President, I have a question
I'd like to be a reporter in a presidential news conference for just one day. During my exceedingly brief career as an actual journalist, I'd like to ask the president one question, "Mr. President, what color is the sky in your world?"
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Letter: Pretending
Let's pretend that in some future time, in this land of the United States of America, a magical event has come to pass.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Be careful what you put in the pipes
I was reported to the City of Prescott for discharging paint into the storm water drain. I am withholding my name. Please make me understand what the big deal is.
Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Fixing education system is a long trek
Inch by inch, Arizona is regaining its footing and retreating from the cliff's edge of depleted education funding.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Letter: Natural world
I thought the article "Godzilla is coming ..." was great. It is nice to know that you folks have some interest in the natural laws that govern our world.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Letter: No more wars
I read in the Washington Post that a majority of Americans support the use of ground troops against ISIS. I for one am opposed to any use of American ground forces in the middle east anywhere. We wasted billions of dollars and thousands of live in a failed war there so far. I say enough is enough. It is not our fight.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Letter: Who are you fooling?
I was a guide dog user. My guide dog was retired early on Sept. 12. I am now on a waiting list for another. I am 95 percent blind. I still have a little central vision left. I'm writing this because I am so sick and tired of seeing little old ladies bringing their old Chihuahuas into stores and trying to pass off their pets as service animals.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

One man's rant: But wait, there's more ...
I want Jared Fogle's old job. You remember Jared; he was the fellow with the huge pants who became the spokesman for the Subway chain of fast food restaurants some 15 years ago. Being a pitchman for a national restaurant chain can be a great way to make a living. Since joining Subway in 2000, good old Jared amassed a reported personal net worth of $15 million.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Finding the right light bulb takes work
I wonder what Thomas Edison would think of the light bulb design of today? His light bulb seems so simple, an electrical current running through a filament in a glass bulb. The filament would heat up, emitting light and of course a lot of heat. Today it can be hard to pick the best and least expensive lighting option. What would Thomas Edison do?
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Is Billy the Kid buried in the area?
Monday, Nov. 23 was (maybe) the birthday of the Old West's most notorious outlaw, and many people believe he is in Prescott today.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Saving a few bucks can cost you big time
Why should we hire a licensed contractor vs an unlicensed contractor?
Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Editorial: Food for the brain to feast on
How many of us could survive a gunshot to the head and end up bike riding the 40-mile El Tour de Tucson this weekend? Definitely not me. But, former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords can.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

One man's rant: Took a while to get here
I've decided that the Midwest of this country and the Southwest do not have, and never did have, anything in common. I'm probably not the first to arrive at this conclusion, but I'll bet I'm the first to put my evidence on the editorial page of this newspaper.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Letter: Prepare for the worst
In Paris, there were more than 400 casualties, including over 100 innocent people murdered by ISIS butchers who continued firing their weapons as people tried to escape with their lives, the executioners taking their time to reload so they could continue the killing.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Letter: Grocery store
In response to the Nov. 6 editorial by Jeannenne Forster of Prescott Valley, I wholeheartedly agree with her choice to replace Haggen Grocers with WinCo.
Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Editorial: There's too much hate in the world
President Obama called Friday's attacks in Paris an "outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians."
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

One Man's Rant: I doubt I'll ever be quoted
I'm a small-town resident who is lucky enough to have a semi-humorous thought every once in a while. I'm also lucky that there's a local newspaper willing to publish these thoughts.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Letter: Broaden the base
Why are property owners always the goat? Are the property owners the only ones using a public transit system? Everyone will be using public transit, so why isn't everyone going to pay to finance this? Property taxes already pay for the schools and fire protection. Are the Prescott Valley Town Council afraid this would be too much of a hot potato for their election? This is not a public safety requirement.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Letter: Smart decision
I would like to thank the Prescott Valley Town Council for making the difficult decision to pass a modest tax increase now to save a lot of money in the future. Everyone knows whether it is a car, a house, a road or equipment it requires maintenance. If you don't do maintenance you end up replacing it a good maintenance program saves an untold number of dollars in replacement costs.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Editorial: Quit paying teams to be patriotic
When I see an act of patriotism, such as someone honoring a veteran or publicly singing "God Bless America," it warms my heart.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Column: What it means to be a vet
As Veterans Day approaches, I am sitting in my office viewing a picture of some of the men with whom I served in the United States Air Force.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Letter: That was fast
Well, they quietly sneaked it in on us. The Prescott Valley Town Council raised our taxes before most of us were even aware a tax increase was in the works.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Letter: Invitation to WinCo
My husband and I have been talking about what could replace Haggen's grocery stores (formerly Albertson's) and we think we have the perfect supermarket - WinCo Foods. I just checked their website and they now have seven stores in the Phoenix area.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Blog: Westminster cancel the show for weather? You've gotta be kidding
As a whopper snowstorm bore down on the East Coast this past weekend, the Westminster Kennel Club issued forth with an edict, that after more than 38 years showing dogs, I would no less expect.
(4 comments)

Monday, February 11, 2013

Editorial Cartoon: June 2, 2010
Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: May 26, 2010
Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Commentary: Ed Seder made great impact with his life
I'm so glad to have had a good visit with former Prescott Valley Police Chief and Councilman Ed Seder a couple of weeks before he passed away last Tuesday.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Commentary: Taking 'national' out of Day of Prayer
Last month U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb dared go where no judge has gone before and declared the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional. Don't look for her name on the short list of Supreme Court nominees anytime soon.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Letter: School Supt. says 'yes' vote on Prop. 100 is crucial
Editor:

Several people have asked my office for factual information about the "general dollar amount" of losses to Yavapai County School Districts if the one cent sales tax referral, Proposition 100, does not pass.
(1 comments)

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Letter: Taxpayers foot bill for violence
Editor:

Arizona tax payers are being asked to raise taxes, much of which will pay the "graduate school in violence" in Arizona prisons.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: May 5, 2010
Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Commentary: Arizona takes off its 'Rainbow Shades'
Arizona has decided that if the federal government will not live up to its responsibility to control the border, it will.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: April 28, 2010
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Commentary: Some hopeful signs for journalism
Headlines - ironically, given this subject - have proclaimed for some time that newspapers in the United States are dying, have documented bankruptcy filings by companies that own large news groups, and have noted thousands of lost newsroom jobs.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: April 21, 2010
Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Commentary: Peaceful protest is American staple
"I am sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and you disagree with this administration, somehow you're not patriotic, and we should stand up and say, 'We are Americans and we have a right to debate and disagree with any administration.'"
(1 comments)

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: April 14, 2010
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Editorial: Volunteers are crucial to these local events
Prescott Valley and Dewey-Humboldt residents had a lot for which to be proud this week with Little League opening ceremonies, made possible by volunteers, and the Special Olympics Regional Games, also largely made possible by volunteers.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Commentary: Schools are not religion-free zones
Just when I think religious liberty is alive and well in public schools, a school district does something bizarre to give the First Amendment a bad name.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Commentary: Moderate Supreme Court nominee unlikely
Wouldn't it be nice (as the Beach Boys sang in a completely different context) if once, just once, a liberal Democrat president nominated to the Supreme Court someone he believed reflected his views of the Constitution only to see that justice swing to the right after he was confirmed?
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Editorial: Community may say goodbye, but it won't forget Norm Pariseau
Prescott Valley says goodbye this week to one of its most generous boosters.

If it benefitted his community, it was a pretty good bet we would see Norm Pariseau there, never to grandstand, but always pitching in to make sure everything went smoothly.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: April 7, 2010
Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Commentary: Proms can be speech battlegrounds
High school prom season is upon us - generally a pleasant mix of music and memories for teens, with maybe a bit of angst over getting the right date or dress.
Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Editorial: Sales tax increase may become truly necessary
The Humboldt Unified School District faced up to more bad news this week as it grappled with a $1.8 million budget deficit, exacerbated by the State legislature's requirement that the district increase its retirement contribution by about $88,000, and its removal of payment for all-day kindergarten classes, a loss of $1,150,000 for the district.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: March 31, 2010
Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Commentary: Patriotic or religious, 'under God' here to stay
The long, bitter and emotional legal battle over "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance may have come to a quiet end on March 11.
Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Commentary: Why would anyone want to serve now?
"Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;

Or close the wall up with our English dead.

In peace there's nothing so becomes a man

As modest stillness and humility:

But when the blast of war blows in our ears,

Then imitate the action of the tiger..." (Henry V)

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Editorial: Ban on texting and driving a necessity
The Arizona Senate Monday approved a bill that would make it illegal to text while driving. If the bill wins House approval and Gov. Jan Brewer's signature, Associated Press news reports state, drivers caught texting while on the road will face a $50 fine that would increase to $200 if they are involved in an accident.
Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: March 24, 2010
Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Letter: State spending cuts affect all Arizonans
Editor:

For the longest time, I've watched the state erode health and human services. Leading my busy life, I rationalized my disinterest. I don't have time to attend meetings, to get political.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Commentary: Examples aplenty of 'watchdog journalism'
If Rep. Patrick Kennedy, D-R.I, wants to find the news media at work, he should look past the confines of Capitol Hill, and not just upward to the House of Representatives' press gallery.

Kennedy vented his frustration at the news media recently when he turned from the podium on the House floor.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Letter: Bible is handbook for navigating life
Editor:

With a wide array of conflicting ideas in the world, can you know the truth?

News stories, TV shows, movies, natural disasters, community developments, governmental policies, school classes, books to read and even church sermons represent many opposing opinions and beliefs.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Editorial: Learn your rights to public access
This week is National Sunshine Week, but it's not about getting a good suntan or appreciating the potential of solar energy. It's about every American's fundamental right to know what the government is doing with his or her freedom.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Editorial Cartoon: March 17, 2010
Wednesday, March 17, 2010


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