There is no better time than Earth Day to than draw attention to one of our many environmental disasters that are happening right now on our planet.
I have lived a long time and during that period I have had many bosses and I have been a boss to many others.
This past Friday, I took my family to the high school auditorium to see Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast!”
We the public now know that we have no standing with the U.S. Congress.
The unconstitutional, anti-Second Amendment, anti-gun rhetoric from the left continues to escalate as Obama and his Leftist Communist Democrat thugs try to intimidate the American people to cave to his illegal gun grabs
This letter is in response to recent letters involving nepotism at Rim Country Middle School.
While the First Amendment still exists, that is the freedom of speech and expression, and religion, I would like to suggest that all USA vehicles made starting on 2014 have a breath analyzer interlock system wired into the vehicles ignition system as standard equipment.
In order to submit this letter to the editor I had to give out seven bits of information, including my address and phone number.
April is National Volunteer Month, the 21st through the 27th is National Volunteer Week.
The governor’s plan to add more than 300,000 Arizonans to the Medicaid rolls will do nothing more than facilitate and expand Obamacare.
I would like to thank everyone who helped make my concert a success.
If you believe the federal government has lost its way, but it needs a better map, not abandonment, you might be a Democrat.
I need to clear up a few things. One, is “flapdoodle” a technical term?
I would like to know where a recent letter writer has “seen a lot of comments lately about all of us needing assault weapons to protect our homes” (Roundup, April 9). I keep a pretty close eye on matters related to our right to keep and bear arms, and I haven’t seen or heard of anyone suggesting a need for (so-called) assault weapons to defend our homes “lately” or any other time.
In answer to a writer’s assertion that banning high capacity magazines is idiocy, I would like to disagree.