I must admit that I am confused after reading the rebuttal letter about the dangers of pot.
On Tuesday, Feb. 11, the Arizona State House Federalism and Fiscal Responsibility Committee met for the third day in a row for further discussion, debate and finally a vote on HCR2027 Calling for A Convention of States for the Purpose of Proposing Amendments to the U.S. Constitution; and HB2305 Joining a Compact of States to Propose a Balanced Budget Amendment under Article V of the United States Constitution.
How many more times will we have to hear someone misquote the “separation of church and state” mantra without knowing what they are talking about?
So, let’s get this straight: A state lawmaker wants government to take over a private business so the state can use tax money to provide inferior service at the expense of private job creators.
Gotta love Tom Bremer — and all the folks like him who make this such a remarkable country.
Regarding the article “Wolf numbers jump 10 percent after long lag in recovery” — I hope the number jumps to 25 percent in the next few years.
Recently I wrote (a letter) about convicts that were trying to get back into society, and how I gave them a job. And I said that most of them were doing time for crimes related to drugs and that they all told me they started on pot.
Hmmm ... Perhaps there is an odor emitted by our national legislative body when it is in session is akin to that of a dead mackerel that has lain in the sun for a couple of days.
The Payson Rotary Club Foundation, Rim Country Optimist Club Foundation and the Longhorn Theater Company wish to thank all the businesses, organizations and individuals for their support of the Lip Sync Contest.
Getting older ...
Apparently the Tea Party saw its shadow again last week. We are already hearing the tired old desperate warnings about impending doom caused by the administration of President Barack Obama.
Julia Randall Elementary and Payson Elementary Schools would like to extend a big thank you to Patrick de Haan of Positive Network Alliance, Inc. in Phoenix.
I am writing to you to share one recent piece of “good news” from Payson Elementary School.
The Payson School Board may soon face a painful choice.
My college roommate and I dreaded Feb. 14. Only “cool girls” were called to the lobby for beautiful bouquets of Valentine’s flowers and brightly colored boxes of rich chocolates. Susie and I hated that day.