The Trump riddle continues to compel: How has he managed to successfully execute such a mass deception?
Teachers, professors, and anyone who works with students and young minds, including parents — take to heart the important task and teach the children well, impart to them the American spirit.
Americans like to eat. But what we really enjoy is eating in places not normally reserved for dining. Which explains the popularity of picnics, tailgating and food trucks.
Perhaps this incident will cause some to reconsider the universal denunciation of “the media.” Most reporters have families and many work for lower pay than they might receive in other professions.
For the past two years I have worked with attorney Walter Hotz to level the playing field for homeowners and businesses when they appeal their property tax valuations.
In addition to all the other features of Thomas County’s cultural and outdoor life, you can also appreciate its link with one of America’s most popular presidents.
Much of what Trump says may be appalling, but he’s definitely somebody — and no one else in the field has achieved that distinction.
In Gwinnett, Judy Waters has been there, done that. And in some cases, picked out the color scheme to boot.
Dealing with congestion by only expanding roads and constructing new corridors is no longer proving to be a viable option. The results from the GR8 Exchange will highlight the community’s choices and preferences to integrate the transportation conversation to plan better and aid policy decisions in Gwinnett County.
As former President Jimmy Carter approaches not the end, but a new beginning, his political detractors, and even his supporters, might consider some self-examination to make sure they, too, are prepared.
Looking for something nice to say about Georgia Tech led me to Marietta in search of one of the “Lost Dodd Boys” — the last group of high school seniors to sign with Georgia Tech football coach Bobby Dodd, but who would never play a down for him.
Is Donald Trump the Republican Party’s “Music Man”?
It has dawned on the Republican presidential field that Donald Trump’s inevitable self-destruction might be, gulp, evitable. Waiting for the unlikely front-runner to beat himself is starting to look like a plan, as Trump might put it, for total losers.
An early explorer, James Douglas, landed in this area in 1843 and proclaimed it to be “a perfect Eden.” Spend time in Victoria and you will agree.
Stupid people can cause problems, but it usually takes brilliant people to create a real catastrophe.
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- LETTERS: Elizabeth Warren is the presidential candidate we need
- LETTERS: Wish more journalists were like Kathleen Parker
- LETTERS: Columnists hypocritical in criticism of Obama’s immigration plan
- LETTERS: Obama immigration amnesty is unworkable
- LETTERS: When it comes to Ebola, voice of reason must prevail
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- OUR VIEW: Winding road finally leads to school bus cameras
- OUR VIEW: Teacher of the Year finalists best of the best
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- OUR VIEW: Gwinnett Public Schools distinguishes itself with second Broad Prize
- OUR VIEW: Georgia Gwinnett College puts best foot forward in welcoming incoming students
- OUR VIEW: Thumbs up to Moore, county for animal shelter improvement
- OUR VIEW: Start of school brings reminder to be cautious around buses
- OUR VIEW: Tax rate decision prudent if not popular
- OUR VIEW: On the road, remember to ‘move over’ for emergency personnel
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