Seizing offenders' property not a way to stop sex trade. Gwinnett County officials are seeking new laws to allow them to seize the property of those committing sex crimes. This new power could pose a huge problem for the citizens of Gwinnett County.. The legislation is currently unwritten and while
As a high school teacher at Camden County High School, I am a fervent fan of our Wildcats football team. I just had to write and tell. you about my experience after our home game last Friday night against Norcross in the Class AAAAAA state quarterfinals.. First of all, congratulations
Kudos to D.A. King, president of the Dustin Inman Society, for pointing out that the GOP will start pandering to illegal aliens ("GOP doesn't understand amnesty effects," Nov. 15, 7A). Heavens sake, no one can out-pander the Democrats so why should the GOP even try to join the
Football, start to finish:. The start: Look at the Daily Post Nov. 18 edition on page 1C, a full page of several pics of uniformed footballers age. 6 up to eighth-graders.. The finish: Look at the Daily Post on Nov. 17 on page 8B, almost a half page of
Divided country leads to unrest. We truly have a divided nation.
American public are the losers of election, not GOP.
Our economy is weaker than it was last year and we know last year was weaker than the year before. Gasoline is almost $4 a gallon here in Georgia and higher in other states.
Dick Yarbrough's column ("Pro-Charter forces trying to bully opponents," Oct. 20, 6A) fails to accurately explain the concerns of Amendment proponents about the future ability of the State School Board to handle charter application appeals absent this constitutional amendment.
What happened to the Georgia Tea Party? I thought it would be out in force against our state representatives trying to enlarge the state government by adding a new department to build a state charter school system.
The Taliban -- self-proclaimed protectors of Islamic teachings, have committed yet another heinous and unforgivable crime by shooting a 14-year-old girl, Malala Yousufzai, because she was promoting education for Muslim girls. As Muslims, we strongly condemn this brutal attack.
I am full support of the state school superintendent and local school boards' rights to speak out on any proposed amendment that affects how students are educated in our state.
A vote "yes" for the charter school amendment presents another choice for parents choosing the best education for their children.
As a member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community (GA Chapter), I strongly condemn the senseless murders of the Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans by the Libyan mob protesting the film which ridicule's the Prophet of Islam and his life.
In reference to Cal Thomas' view of Mitt Romney's leaked tape ("President's failures out in the open," Sept. 20, 8A): In Mr. Thomas's eyes the seriousness of the meaning behind the statement is dismissed because someone "leaked" it?
It seems a lot of causes have a particular month marked to raise awareness. Sometimes people pay attention, and sometimes it gets lost in the daily shuffle. September is World Alzheimer's Awareness Month, and we all need to pay attention.
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