Editor Péralte Paul email@example.com
1:22 pm on Monday, June 11, 2012
I think that before we start to cut critical education that will affect all of the pre k students and teachers (leaving hundreds of dedicated and experienced teachers out of work and thousands of students with no place to go for their childcare and education in the fall) we should do the unthinkable and get rid of at least some school sponsored sports programs. I personally do not give a damn about school sports, but i think that everyone reading this would agree that our children need the best education that they can get in order to stay competitive in the world market. Sports programs guide a very few into wildly profitable careers (at the expense of the majority of students who do not wish to play or never get to be on a team because they are not strong enough or fast enough... or even handicapped). Shouldnt we use these taxpayer dollars where they will do the most good? If you want your child to play sports, that is wonderful. Just don't start cutting important education so that you can continue to use my money to play freaking games. Academics are what school is about. Not grooming a select few jocks to run a ball.
11:56 pm on Tuesday, March 6, 2012
About time we stopped thinking in terms of regulating the morals of others. We still have a long way to go.
2:19 pm on Saturday, February 11, 2012
Damn it all to hell.
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