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  • Is There A War On Men?

    On November 30th, on KSCO Presents Georgia, Georgia tackled the question of the treatment of Men in contemporary society. Georgia described herself as an "anti-feminist" and cites several statistics demonstrating Read More
  • "GO F**K YOURSELF!!" Screamed The Tolerant Liberals

    After being snarked at by some gutless hecklers, Alex ruminates on the lack of intellectual honesty when hyperbole replaces frank discussion. Your opinion matters. Please leave a comment bellow. Read More
  • Poll: Is Donald Trump A Racist?

    A racist is a person who believes in the superiority or inferiority of another race. While many point to the President Elect's immigration policies as being racially motivated, others point Read More
  • Michael Moore Makes The Case For Trump?

    An unlikely voice of support, Left Wing documentary film maker and activist Michael Moore's candid explanation of the Trump phenomenon is so spot on, it has been picked up as Read More
  • Charles Freedman's Election 2016 Recommendations

    Candidates President/Vice President: Trump-Pence US Senate: Loretta Sanchez US Representative: Casey Lucius State Senate: Palmer Kain State Assembly: Anna Caballero PVUSD Board area 2: Georgia Acosta Propositions (aptly named...) 51: Read More
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Ms. Rhee is the CEO and Founder of StudentsFirst, a non-profit whose mission is to protect the interest of children in public education and to produce transformative reform in our public schools. She began her career as a Teach for America Corps member in Baltimore, and in 1997 founded The New Teacher Project, which recruits and trains teachers to work in urban schools. From 2007 to 2010, she served as Chancellor of District of Columbia Public Schools. Under her stewardship, D.C. schools experienced increases in student achievement, a rise in graduation rates and an upswing -- for the first time in decades -- in enrollment.

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