Hi Felix, thanks for your comments. We want you to know that the printed paper's actual cover is an unobstructed portrait of Carvin Eison.
Thanks LarDog, I'll pass that along!
Well said, Ron!
The way many of us see it, it's not Freedom of Religion, but Freedom FROM Religion. While the founding fathers may have wanted to protect the rights to practice any religion, the overarching point is that there would be no national religion established.
The point is to protect us from ever having an Inquisition here.
The point of separation of church and state is to prevent us from being asked to bow our heads and close our eyes in a room where all parties should have their eyes open, and focused.
The paintings are located on one building at the Atlantic and Greenleaf intersection, with one (by Peeta) about a block away on Atlantic just after the railway overpass. You'll definitely see them!
My apologies for the mistake! The Arts Council has been in the Neighborhood of the Arts for more than 30 years, and at their current location for 13. Thank you for your comment, Ms. Dawson.
Emily Good is the only challenger to the Republican incumbent for County Sheriff. When given the opportunity to reach readers, she makes a strong case for restorative justice, and points out ways that we could be participating in local governments and communities, but do not -- and the reasons why we shirk these duties. She is also very well versed in the corruptions that take place under the current status-quo-maintaining administrator.
Having gotten to know Good over the past few years, I've begun to understand the vast difference between how she is portrayed and who she really is. Whatever your feelings are about Good, the driving force behind her decision to run for sheriff deserves a closer look.
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