If there really were a “war on whites,” as a Republican congressman from Alabama ludicrously claims, it wouldn’t be going very well for the anti-white side.
A universal survey requirement would force schools to publicly acknowledge the extent of sexual violence on their campuses. Then they could stop worrying about embarrassment that might result from more accurate measurement of crime rates — and focus instead on better ways to prevent and respond to the crimes themselves.
Does anyone think that having minimum wage laws and high youth unemployment is better? In fact, does anyone think at all these days?
School starts next week and my two sons are inconsolable about having to return to their hated “prisons.”
It’s dega vu all over again! That’s how Yogi put it and Yogi is a smart man, despite the fact that he has become a cult hero of sorts for the way he expresses himself in regards to the English language.
This past weekend you could have watched a professional bicycle race in Duluth, or visited Sugar Hill to see an impressive car show, ride a zip line or see some good bands, including one fronted by movie star Kevin Bacon.
After years of debt (90.6 percent of GDP in 2013) and deficit spending, Britain’s ruling Conservative Party is crowing about the latest economic figures that show the country has outpaced the developed world in its economic recovery. Reuters reports that the International Monetary Fund recently upgraded Britain’s projected economic growth this year to 3.2 percent, leading “the world’s big rich economies.”
The Internet has made encyclopedias obsolete and there may come a day when it does the same to recorded music, magazines and newspapers.
Gwinnett County Public Schools has lot of schools and a lot of students, a fact you will likely notice during your commute to and from work. With school beginning, we remind you to use caution, watching out for the school zones and buses in your area.
Sometimes, under certain circumstances, McDonald’s Corp. might be held partly responsible for its franchisees’ bad behavior. Maybe. So announced the National Labor Relations Board’s general counsel, a sort of independent prosecutor, this week.
Whatever his intent, Kerry legitimized Hamas’ war criminality. Which makes his advocacy of Hamas’ terms not just a strategic blunder — enhancing an American-designated terror group just when a wall-to-wall Arab front wants to see it gone — but a moral disgrace.
I love a good B movie
My love of the Red Sox has never subsided. I suffered through the Curse of the Bambino. I read every book I could find about the Red Sox. Even when I began to travel, it would be some time before I would set foot in Fenway Park. Now I try to find my way here at least once a season.
As far as U.S. interests are concerned, it is obvious that our policy should be to fight Islamist terrorist groups such as the Islamic State. But we should not lose sight of the fact that radical Islam, as a regionwide phenomenon, is an ideological force that cannot be bombed out of existence.
“Cease-fire” and “negotiations” are magic words to “the international community.” But just what do cease-fires actually accomplish?
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- SMITH: Visiting Nantucket a whale of a good time
- RAMPELL: Scandals hiding in plain sight
- CEPEDA: Misreading our demographics
- SOWELL: Random thoughts on random topics
- THOMAS: Theater of the Absurd in Ferguson
- CLINE: ALS challenge breaks the ice on raising awareness
- 2014 Providence Christian Football Preview
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Letters to the Editor
- LETTERS: De facto tax increase not ‘prudent’ for citizens
- LETTERS: Coach Lloyd was a ‘one-of-a-kind’ man
- LETTERS: Paper misplays Michelle Nunn race
- LETTERS: Learn about the FairTax for yourself
- LETTERS: Detractors need to know facts about FairTax
- LETTERS: Wishing Rich good luck in new role as Superior Court judge
- LETTERS: FairTax is a win-win for everyone
- LETTERS: Cartoon’s depiction of Paula Deen unfair
- LETTERS: Remarks by Clippers owner were wrong, but so was how they were obtained
- LETTER: Snellville couple deserves support in pursuit of gay marriage rights
- 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
- OUR VIEW: Reminder of public hearings for county millage rate
- OUR VIEW: Gwinnett answers the challenge of the Great American Cleanup
- OUR VIEW: County takes right steps with active shooter training
- OUR VIEW: Red Cross needs blood donors’ help this summer
- OUR VIEW: Keeping ethics front and center good for BOC
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?
- BUCK'S BYTES: iPads a good choice for changing education
- BUCK'S BYTES: Stepping in to wearable tech
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue 1 comment
- BUCK'S BYTES: Slow hybrid growth is better than no growth
- BUCK'S BYTES: T-Mobile gives hope to cellphone users' wallets
- BUCK'S BYTES: Even space requires fast Internet
- BUCK'S BYTES: The dodged bullet of SimCity
- BUCK'S BYTES: New Roku gives Apple some work to do