Tuesday March 11, 2014
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Your comment is spot on. It's what many of the people who post comments here on the Roundup website have been saying for a long time - and rightly so. Bad leadership at the top is ruining the kids education and sapping the will of the staff to do their jobs.
I wouldn't mind seeing Main Street developed right, but right now it looks like a slum in many places. Houses in disrepair and junk that can be seen behind open lots. There are a lot of people who own property there (businesses, a church, etc...) that are doing their best to make it look good, but in some places, only razing some of the existing buildings and making it easier for businesses to develop is going to make it better.
Yes, it's the School Board that really needs replacing. We need honest people with a vision, who can stick to a plan.
He should be in jail awaiting trial - just like any other citizen would be.
Maybe the newspaper just wants to preserve their gov't welfare check. After all, if the notices can be posted online, in one place and the law requiring the printing of legal notices in all local papers is gone, the Roundup is going to have to work harder to earn the advertising dollars from local businesses, than they have done.
What a person does in their own home, as long as they don't hurt the general public or specific other people, is their business. Now if their particular choice starts to hurt someone, then we deal with that person for the laws they broke in pursuing their choice, but not for the choice itself.
Is the Roundup bad at math or what? Eight people running for seven spots means that there will be at least ONE CONTEST. But since Pine isn't big enough to be divided into smaller districts, then the whole of the election is a contest.
I agree. Journalistic standards also say that photo should have a "File Footage" tag. Doesn't anyone at the Roundup know these things? I know they don't follow the AP style guide, but somethings like this are even more common sense.
So some on the School Board would rather research it? Guess they don't want God answering them back, it might mess up their agenda.
I do NOT support Amnesty International's efforts. The organization goes against justice when it advocates against capital punishment.
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