The firing squad is an archaic practice

Idaho has recently made headlines with the announcement of its plan to bring back the firing squad as a means of execution for death row inmates. This decision has sparked outrage among human rights activists and advocates of the abolition of the death penalty.

2024 elections defined by a wide range of critical issues

As the United States gears up for another election season in 2024, the state of Arizona is bracing for some significant challenges. The Grand Canyon State has long been a political battleground, with a history of close elections and deeply divided opinions on a

Overuse of water by Saudi-owned businesses

Water is a precious resource that we all depend on for survival. Unfortunately, the overuse of water by Saudi-owned businesses in Arizona is causing significant damage to the state’s water supply and ecosystem. Arizona is a state that is particularly vulnerable to water scarcity.

You don’t need a truck to go to the grocery store

As cities continue to expand and populations continue to grow, it is becoming more and more important to find sustainable solutions for transportation. The traditional gas-powered cars and trucks that have been the norm for so long are simply not cutting it anymore. In

The Real and Broader Causes of Physician Burnout

Yes, physician burnout is becoming a major issue in the healthcare industry. With long hours, high stakes and a plethora of responsibilities, physicians are facing an unprecedented level of stress. In recent years, a number of factors have contributed to this growing trend, including:

We need more funding for cleanup and conservation efforts

To the Editor, We all know about the ongoing pollution crisis in Arizona. As a resident of this state, I have been witness to the devastating effects of pollution on our natural resources, wildlife, and human health. The air and water in our state

Jacked up trucks are a hazard

Dear Editor, I am writing to express my concern about the increasing number of jacked up trucks on Arizona roads. They are not only a nuisance, but they are also a danger to other drivers. These trucks are often driven by people who have

The Super Bowl brings communities together

To the editors of the Scottsdale Herald, I could not be more enthusiastic about the upcoming Super Bowl in Arizona for a number of very good reasons. This event not only brings excitement and energy to the state, but it also provides numerous economic

Super Bowl effectively endorsing discriminatory policies

Dear Editor, I am writing to express my deep concern over the decision to hold the Super Bowl in Arizona. This state has a long history of discriminatory policies and practices, particularly against its indigenous communities and people of color. The state’s recent passage