Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Confederate Flag in South Carolina

Take the Confederate Flag down especially in South Carolina (the state where the Civil War began), and place it in a museum as part of history, a terrible, unjust part of history. We must move on as a democratic nation in which we … Continue reading

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How to Implement the Continuous Progress Instructional Model in Georgia

Below are the remarks which I posted on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s columnist, Kyle Wingfield’s blog, yesterday, regarding the necessity for a Continuous Progress Instructional Delivery Reform Model in all of Georgia’s public schools, as well as some concrete suggestions as … Continue reading

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Why America Needs Hillary Clinton to be President Now

I had posted the following comments on AJC columnist Jay Bookman’s blog yesterday, June 4th and on June 12, 2015, regarding why America needs Hillary Clinton to be its next U. S. President at this point in America’s history. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ June … Continue reading

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Looking Into the World’s Future. . .

Today, I posted the following on Maureen Downey’s blog and Jay Bookman’s blog, both columnists for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  Looking toward the world’s future, I see the following, forthcoming: I had just posted the following on Maureen Downey’s blog in response to … Continue reading

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