No endorsement —for now — in U.S. House race

No endorsement — for now — in U.S. House race
“Southeast Georgia hasn’t had a new congressman in more than 20 years. The last time area residents picked a new U.S. House member for the 1st District was 1992, when Republican state lawmaker Jack Kingston defeated Democratic educator Barbara Christmas.”
Source: Savannah Morning News

Jimmy Carter: United Palestinian government may provide new opportunities for peace 
“Although intensive Middle East peace efforts by Secretary of State John F. Kerry have not produced an agreement, they have clarified the issues and still can produce significant dividends. His team of negotiators now is much more familiar with the complex disputes and obstacles to be overcome, as are the Israelis and Palestinians who have participated in the discussions.”
Source: Washington Post

 Al Stilo: Summer camp sessions at Aurora teach confidence
“This summer Aurora Theatre Academy offers students more camp sessions than ever before. After the successful debut of a fully produced musical production with students last year, this summer students will have the opportunity to perform in Seussical Jr.”

 Elliott Brack: Can you name the top 5 church denominationsin Georgia?
“People who have lived in Gwinnett for a while could probably tell you the largest church denominations. In fact, perhaps most could easily identify the top three denominations in the county.”

 Big day coming up!
“In just a few days, May 20, we will have the opportunity to lift up the very heart and soul of our democracy. We will have an opportunity to vote … to select leaders who will perform the prescribed duties of our democratic republic.”
Source: Moultrie Observer

 Jamil Zainaldin: Letter to a liberal arts graduate: the world awaits you
(This commencement address was delivered by Jamil Zainaldin at Piedmont College in Demorest, Georgia, on May 3, 2014.) “This is an important day for graduating seniors. It marks the completion of the requirements for a bachelor’s degree. You are about to walk out the doors of this college and into the waiting arms of the world.”


Dan Shugar: Free trade, not tariffs, will boost solar industry
“When I first entered the solar business over 20 years ago, it was just me and a few friends working out of a small garage. Many of us will look back to two decades ago and confidently say that we knew solar would make it in America. The truth: None of us predicted its success would come so soon.”
Source: Savannah Morning News


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