Thursday, March 27, 2014
Spring and baseball
As an Atlanta Braves fan, I keeping getting these electronic notifications about the first game of the season, which is just around the corner.
I managed to watch a few innings of a spring training game, taking place in sunny and hot Orlando, Fla., on Saturday afternoon.
Close to Nowhere
Mondays are not bad days usually. Oh sure, we have to go back to work after the weekend, but be honest — aren’t you ready to go to work and rest after a wild weekend?
For some unknown reason, Tuesdays have always been the worst day of the week for me.
Privacy, jobs and tax breaks to businesses
The rise of the Internet is eroding our expectations of privacy. Like a lobster in a big stove pot of water, we are about to get boiled.
We all know the National Security Agency tracks our phone calls, emails and Internet use. They do it in the name of terrorism prevention and many of us accept that.
Letter to the Editor
Whether you are a fan of them or not, whether you are an advocate for them or not, charter schools are here. Our great state has authorized the operation of charter schools in school districts that are graded “D” or “F.” Currently, both of our local school districts (Marshall County School District, Holly Springs School District) have attained the grade of “C,” which means if charter schools are going to operate in our community, they must receive permission from the local school board. I am asking you to join us in an effort to bring a charter school to our community. Charter schools are not private schools, rather they are considered public schools just like our local public school districts.
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