Happy 2019, everyone! I hope it’s been a great start to the new year for all of you. I was fortunate to kick off the New Year in lovely Ireland, and to take in the sights in London with my wife, Shari.
It is hard to believe that this time last year I was contemplating if I should run for Congress. After prayerful consideration with my family, I decided to throw my hat in the ring and run. After winning a special primary and general election earlier this year, I was sworn into Congress on M…
Come year’s end, some columnists run out of things to write. This gives rise to lots of “year in review” pieces, whereby ink-stained wretches again pick over all that occurred during the past 365 days.
Anybody else find it hard to believe 2018 is almost over? Looking back at some of the year’s major events and accomplishments, I’m reminded of the advice/consolation parents often hear: the days are long, but the years are short. Seems about right.
Some ideas get better the more you consider them. A perfect example: The East Valley NAACP’s December 5 call for a boycott of the city of Prescott over a years-long string of racist remarks and vile musings spewed by the area’s state House representative, David Stringer.