Hey @DD_BayneHughes, how about writing an article that more than 2 sentences in a paragraph.
What needs to be fixed?
Another wasted taxpayers' $100,000
Approving purchase of promotional items before the campaign has even been shared with the public... priceless!
"...which the lawyer said violate the constitutional requirement of separation of church and state." Once again, there is no such thing in the constitution.
Why are so many one sentence paragraphs?
So when are you going to pull this story and submit a retraction/correction?
For the love of all that is good, PLEASE pave the road turning into Parkview Baptist Church and Toyota off of the Beltline. That 100 foot road has more asphalt patches to have repaved it already but yet is still full of pot holes. The state offered to repaved it but the city declined. Why?
"After questioning Brett Kavanaugh’s fitness to sit on the U.S. Supreme Court after credible but ultimately unprovable — in a legal sense — charges of sexual assault were leveled at him, ..."
I'm still confused how "credible but unprovable" can be in the same sentence.
I do not understand the emphasis of loss of access to music is such a big part of this article, including the headline. This is misleading as it leads the reader to think the only reason students want phones is to listen to music. There are a lot of unacceptable activities on student's pho…