Today: Oct 17 , 2018
Buz Williams, Opinion Columnist

Buz Williams, Opinion Columnist

Richard F. "Buz" Williams was born into a police family.  His father, both grandfathers, a great uncle and a cousin were all on the Los Angeles Police Department and he also had an uncle on the Hawthorne, California Police Department.  Buz served for 29 years on the Long Beach, California Police Department were he worked Patrol, Juvenile, Vice, Auto Theft and Gangs.  He retired in December of 2002.  Buz has been married to his wife Judi for 44 years.  They have two grown sons who live in Southern California with their families, which include two daughter-in-laws, three grandsons and a granddaughter.  Buz and Judi have lived in Prescott since 2004.  

Opinion: In Defense of Old White Men

"To dismiss the accomplishments of men, not just old white men, those who denigrate them wish to rewrite history…"

Opinion: The Inevitable California Crime Wave

"... so-called “non-violent” offenders are having their sentences reduced and are being released from prison. Now the governor has signed into law a statute that will eliminate bail for most offenses."

The governments, federal, state and local, are the biggest threats to all of our freedoms.

Opinion: Oaths Should Mean Something

The Oath and the Constitution

Who Are We, Then?

Who Are We, Then?

Why not identify who you are in an election?

Opinion: Pro-Crime Laws

Honest citizens and taxpayers will bear the consequences of this new law.

The Eye Care Van is the best kept secret in Yavapai County.

Why The Left Is Acting So Unstrung

Buz Williams offers his perspective on political leftists.

The Buz Blog: Do Charges of Racism Mean Anything Anymore?

Political correctness dictates that if one disagrees with the progressives’ stance on immigration, that person must be a racist.

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