In competition there are winners and losers. Period.
Dual enrollment represents public school choice at its very best for Georgia's high school juniors and seniors.
The most important bill we saw last week was HB 106, which contains the 2014 fiscal year budget, also known as the "big budget."
Thi is what I like about the South.
I got the same email every day for a week. I had been "selected" to audition to become the subject of a documentary/reality television show about a real life Clark Griswold character.
Given his track record on marital fidelity, former President Bill Clinton is not the person I would consult about "committed, loving relationships."
I think it was in the 1980s. Mike was beginning a new career in law enforcement and asked if an old veteran like me had any words of wisdom I could pass on.
Whatever happened to getting in the family car and going for a ride? Other than $4 a gallon gas, I mean.
School districts must sweat more at the planning table, possibly zero-basing budgets, to rebuild trust following a decade littered with indictments, incarcerations, embezzlement, cheating, affairs, nepotism and face lifts.
Last week saw a number of long days on the House floor, concluding with crossover day.
They used to only come in little green bottles, as far as I knew anything about.
The entire sequester scenario is about delivering the House of Representatives to Democrats in 2014.
Just when you thought politics couldn't be fun anymore, Kentucky's Rand Paul stands up and puts on a show in the Senate that rivaled Strom Thurmond at his best.
What an old combat soldier like me objects to is that this new medal ranks above the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Here are some shining examples from Rockdale and Newton county schools.
- Mark Shields: Obama's second term pitfalls
- Rob Jenkins: Saying goodbye to another year of folding chairs and ballpark hotdogs
- Darrell Huckaby: Writing this column never grows old
- Jack Simpson: Bees in danger
- Darrell Huckaby: Choosing a line of work now that I'm retired
- Mark Shields: Advice on graduation day
- Cal Thomas: Benghazi, IRS: Son of Watergate?
- Darrell Huckaby: It's hard to part with the 'stuff' of life
- Jeff Meadors: Is Common Core all it's cracked up to be?
- Darrell Huckaby: Always cherish your mother
- OUR VIEW: Georgia needs more sunlight
- OUR VIEW: Blushing to help save lives
- OUR VIEW: Five years later, New Orleans still in danger
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