Monthly Archives: August 2012

Public Education, Not Based On Profit, Is Essential to Democracy

I posted the following comments on two separate columnists’ blogs from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution this week. My remarks are in response to another poster’s inquiry of me: ===================================================== Other poster: “If the local community had garbage pick-up and you were forced to … Continue reading

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A Monumental Choice for America’s Future Character and Destiny

I posted the following words (slightly edited) this morning on a local journalist’s blog. I believe the readers of “Mary Elizabeth Sings” will be interested in my thoughts on America’s future character and destiny. See below: “One of the points of … Continue reading

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