The EMP Museum in Seattle will hit you with a wave of music video history from your youth.
“The Giver” is based on the best-selling novel by Lois Lowry, which won the 1994 Newbery Medal. The film has an A-list cast, comprised of Meryl Streep, Jeff Bridges, Katie Holmes and Taylor Swift.
I support Israel. I abhor Hamas. But unleashing such devastating firepower on a tiny, densely crowded enclave in which civilians are trapped — and thus destined to become casualties— is wrong by any reasonable moral standard.
Count driving up a mountain as one of my least favorite experiences.
There is no moral equivalency between Israel and those who wish to destroy the Jewish state. None. Stopping aid to terrorists would be the best policy option.
At last, an Obama administration official has come out in favor of a fence. He promises it will bring security to people on both sides of the border.
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A new partnership between the Georgia First Amendment Foundation and the Transparency Project of Georgia is good news for all Georgians.
What should the president and Congress do? The answer could not be more obvious: comprehensive immigration reform. The system is broken. We need to fix it. Now.
I’m about to make another couple of notches on my figurative travel walking stick.
THOMAS: Constitution, not illegal immigration is ‘central to our way of life’ Constitution, not illegal immigration is ‘central to our way of life’
The easiest solution to “immigration reform” is to first secure the border and then deal with the illegal aliens already here. Polls show the public favors this approach by large majorities. Meanwhile the president makes speeches and seeks to add to his party’s political base, rather than solve the problem.
President Obama acts as if elections other than his own don’t matter. His attitude seems to be, “I have the power and the rest of government be damned.”
So Wimbledon started this week, and I’ve gotta say I’m missing those hallowed grounds.
Republicans should promise that if voters allow them to regain control of all three branches of government, an outside auditor will be named to go through the federal government, recommending to Congress which agencies can be reduced in size or even eliminated. Congress would require itself to accept the auditor’s findings, as with the Defense Base Realignment and Closing Commission, which has been charged with increasing the Defense Department’s efficiency by the realignment and closure of unnecessary U.S. military installations.
The world’s game has taken center stage and had many surprises.
Letters to the Editor
- THOMAS: Houston pastors fight censorship challenge
- Georgia Cities Week a time to highlight towns
- Open letter to Clayton County
- Responding to Robinson
- Gippert disputes Lockhart’s responses
- Hoping for progress in Forest Park
- Public Works works hard
- CLAYTON LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Jan. 9, 2013
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- CLAYTON LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Sept. 26, 2012 2 comments