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Thursday, November 23, 2017

OPINION: We, The Imperial, Pious and Pristine Florida Senate – We Hypocrites All

It must have been a rough week for the Florida Senate. One of their own misbehaved so badly and in such a public way...

OPINION: ACC Weaknesses – Funding Shortfalls, Poor Leadership and Missed Opportunities

The ACC proudly announced the return of College Championships to the state of North Carolina. Boldly proclaiming “the return of neutral-site championships in the...

Opinion: It’s Time to Rein-In Our Generals

There is no more patriotic an Editorial Board in any newspaper in America than the editors at USA Herald. We love our country; we...

Opinion: Give Sean Spicer a Break

Why Nobody Takes Politicians Seriously Anymore – All they do is Pander. The recent outcry regarding White House Spokesman Sean Spicer’s reference to Adolph Hitler...

Opinion: Florida Legislature, House Speaker, Squeezing Public Universities

Florida’s public universities have not, as of yet, attained the prestige that states like Michigan, Virginia and North Carolina can claim for their flagship...

Trump’s First Congressional Address – Our Synopsis

We know the speech took place last week, but rather than putting out a quick reaction, we wanted to take our time, rewatch the...

Opinion: Adam Putnam, At It Again

USA Herald recently reported that the Department of Agriculture removed health inspection ratings for grocery stores from its website after several Publix stores in...

Public Corruption Plus in the USA in the 21st Century

Public corruption has existed ever since the time of the Roman Empire, and likely long before. All that is required for the cancer of...

Adam Putnam’s greedy selective environmental concerns?

Syndicated from the Tampa Bay Times Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam seems quite selective when it comes to his concerns — suspiciously so. Surprising? No. Disappointing? Absolutely. At...

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Dozens of Teachers Resign in Pennsylvania Due to Student Violence

Dozens of Teachers Resign in Pennsylvania Due to Student Violence

At least 45 teachers already quit their jobs in the School District of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania because of student violence. The resignations occurred between July...