A “Pat” On The Back

Now that it’s all over but the shouting, (from some dopey college kids who ought to be locked up for disrupting a public meeting) and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens been appointed President of Kennesaw State University and Chris Carr, the former Commissioner of the State Department of Economic Development, has been announced as Olens’ replacement, we should

Vote Yes for the Opportunity School District Constitutional Amendment — It’s About Accountability

Television ads are running throughout Georgia trying to scare voters into voting against the proposed Opportunity School District (“OSD”) Constitutional Amendment, an education reform proposal desperately needed in our state. These scare tactics by advocates of the status quo failed before in 2012 when Georgians overwhelmingly supported the State Charter School Amendment, and we need

Morning Reads for Today

It’s Wednesday, reading this is the highlight of your week, blah blah blah. “I’ve Had A Little Talk” by Horace Silver. GSU signs multi-year deal with Under Armour.  GSU planning to study ebola, zika etc on campus.  Board of Regents to vote today on GSU purchase of Turner Field, Sam Olens.  Does Morehouse’s president need

A Rush to Normalcy

I honestly don’t know what I am supposed to feel right now after going through Hurricane Matthew. I just feel pretty numb. I haven’t felt this way since my dad passed away 2.5 years ago. I didn’t lose anybody during the hurricane, but something much bigger than myself happened and I had no way to