Editorial cartoon (b): July 11, 2018
Editorial cartoon (a): July 11, 2018
Each December, my wife and I have traditionally pieced together a tabletop Christmas town in our living room complete with a produce vendor, a city hall, a police station, a hotel, a couple of Victorian homes and a woodcrafts operation of some sort.
I would like to respond to Victor Holm’s letter, headlined “Evolution.”
Do we have a right to know who is influencing an election? Voters in 2018 may get a chance to change the rules — but not necessarily on the local level.
In reply to the letter by Victor Holm bashing Diane Douglas for saying that the point of education is to be seekers of truth, I am a retired public school history teacher and I applaud Douglas for saying that and for trying to change the wording in the biology textbooks that promote evolution as a fact.
Editorial cartoon (a): July 4, 2018
Editorial cartoon (b): July 4, 2018
My wife is master gardener. I’m glad she’s a master of the garden variety instead of, for example, a master sergeant in the Army, but there are disadvantages to her hobby.
As a scientist, I was bothered by the story of Diane Douglas suggesting changes in the high school science curriculum. I particular object to her quote “The point of education is really to be seekers of the truth, whatever the truth may be.”
I drew two numbers Monday, 602 and B435. I thought B435 would live up to the hype; boy, was I wrong.
Editorial cartoon (b) June 27, 2018
Hillary Clinton, as Secretary of State, set up a private server to send and receive classified information without the government security umbrella.
Editorial Cartoon (a): June 27, 2018
National debt is disturbing; partial solution.
One Man’s Rant
This is the second in a series of two columns about a topic that no one else would bother to write.
As someone working in the behavioral health field, I found it uplifting to see the dialogue around suicide prevention (recently), despite the reasons behind it. Two high profile people died by suicide, and the media took note.
Earlier this month, Prescott’s own Rep. David Stringer came under fire nationally after he gave a speech at the local Republican Men’s Forum on June 12. Critics, including the head of the Arizona Republican Party, deemed his comments so racist they called for his resignation.
Editorial cartoon (b): June 20, 2018
Editorial cartoon (a): June 20, 2018
This is the first of two columns that explore the importance of platitudes and quotes.
There have been many changes in the last decade and a half in the Town of Prescott Valley.
In a world in which we hear so many negatives — such as immigrant parents and children being separated at the border — there must be some positive news out there.
Editorial cartoon (b): June 13, 2018
Editorial cartoon (a): June 13, 2018