Vanderbilt University in Nashville recently conducted a poll that measured, amongst other things, the Tennessee Public's negative feelings about "Common Core." Most respondents identified themselves as Republicans. Fully, 46 percent of those polled had negative feelings about "Common Core." When the same people were asked if there should be national education standards for high school students, only 34 percent disapproved. According to Vanderbilt, the two questions were posed
Frank deals with the case of an officer accused of knocking a suspect to the ground, causing a head injury. The officer was wearing a uniform-mounted camera as part of a pilot program, but the camera either malfunctioned or was shut off just prior to the incident. To exonerate the officer, Frank has to convince an unwilling mother in the neighborhood to share a cell phone video that captured what really happened.
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Remember when 26 people (including 29 young students) were killed by shooter Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook? That was less than two years ago and it was the last time I've seen NRA Executive Vice President and Primary Gun Pimp Wayne Lapierre on national television. When I last saw him, he was, as usual, trying to change the subject. Since America leads the civilized world in gun deaths, it wasn't the guns that caused these deaths, it was that we need better mental health service because we have so many
Updated 11-18-14 at 07:17 AM by Serenity
I live in Nashville and I'm white. Some of my black and Latino friends don't realize that white racists say things when black folks aren't around that prove who they really are. It ain't pretty, my friends. See, I get to hear amazingly bigoted and stupid statements from strangers just because they think I''m one of them. Something like that happened yesterday.
I was checking some groceries out at the Publinx Grocery at Old Hickory and Edmonson Pike. The man in front of me was reasonably