Monthly Archives: February 2014

Embracing a More Expansive (Liberal) Vision in the South

Below is my response to Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Jim Galloway’s words in his article on his blog, “Insider Edition,” on February 27, 2014.  Readers of “Mary Elizabeth Sings” can find Galloway’s article at the following link: =========================================================== “For as far … Continue reading

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Establishing Sound Educational Policy for Future Generations

I also posted, on February 11, 2014, another response to an article written by Professor Peter Smagorinsky, on Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Maureen Downey’s “Get Schooled” blog.  Below are my words of response.  The article by Professor Peter Smagorinsky can be read through the following link: . “Last evening … Continue reading

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Valuing the Arts, Literature, and History. . . .

On February 11, 2014, I responded to words quoted in an article written by a college professor on Atlanta Journal-Constitution columnist Maureen Downey’s blog.  Below are, first, the words quoted in the article, and, then, my words of response to that quote.  … Continue reading

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Today’s Conservatives Do Not Understand Our Founding Fathers’ Vision for America

Below are my words which were written in response to a post written by AJC columnist, Jay Bookman, on February 4, 2014.  The link to Bookman’s post is here: My response follows:                             “. . .talking about how taxation is … Continue reading

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