Walter E. Williams, A frequent point I have made in past columns has been about the educational travesty happening on many college campuses. Some people have labeled my observations and concerns as trivial, unimportant and cherry-picking. While the spring semester awaits us, let’s ask ourselves whether we’d like to see repeats of last year’s antics.
A Georgia mother is seeking answers after her middle school son was allegedly choked by another student while a substitute teacher snoozed during class – a nap that was caught on camera and posted to social media. According to WRDW-TV, Mikiline Lester, a sixth-grader, was in his math class at Hephzibah Middle School in Richmond
Derek Hunter, Whatever happens in the special runoff election in Georgia’s 6th congressional district, Republicans better be paying attention. Democrats are motivated; Republicans are not. If Republicans don’t follow through on what they’ve been promising, what they’ve said for years they will deliver, they not only will lose in 2018, they will deserve it. Democrats
A Georgia special election – what some are calling the opening salvo of the battle for control of the House of Representatives — has laid bare conservative infighting as it pits establishment Republicans against those aiming to show loyalty to President Donald Trump. National Republicans, nervous that they could lose a traditionally conservative suburban district
Cortney O’Brien, It took the loss of the White House, Congress, and state races across the country to let reality sink in, but the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has finally realized what they must do to turn the tide: Listen to real Americans. The DCCC is putting this notion into practice by conducting focus group sessions ahead of the race for
Victurus Libertas, Georgia Senator of the 50th district, and State Head of The Eagle Forum, Nancy Schaefer, published a report called The Corrupt Business of Child Protective Services. She claims the report caused her to lose her Senate seat in the Georgia State Senate, before she was murdered in March of 2010. See the complete report in
Paul Joseph Watson | Infowars, Teacher lectured 11th grader about Trump’s “hateful” rhetoric. An 11th grade student at a high school in Georgia says he was punished for expressing support for Donald Trump. Patrick Ragozzine received an administrative warning after he defended Trump over claims made by other students that the president was racist. The
Newt Gingrich, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has made early childhood education an imperative. His goal is to increase the number of students in Georgia able to read at grade level by the completion of the third grade. While a fair amount of attention is being paid to what schools can do from Kindergarten through third