The developers have set themselves up to make money off the looming conflict between the Navajo Nation and Hopi Tribe.
There’s a fight over the Grand Canyon. Arizonans are on one side. Many of their elected representatives are on the other.
We have not forgotten the enormous help offered to Save the Confluence families by supporters, who gave their time to write letters, sign petitions, contacted their leaders, researched and created a global awareness to preserve a national treasure.
The notion — we hesitate to call it an actual “plan” — to build a gondola ride into the Grand Canyon at the confluence of the Colorado River and the Little Colorado River proved even more outlandish than most critics realized.