Jack Pearadin and Doug Nelsen found a 1.73-carat diamond after nearly a year of searching the park's field.
A credulous Florida newspaper reporter drinks Democrat-Gazette publisher Walter Hussman's Kool-Aid and that's good enough for Page One in the Monday Democrat-Gazette. The St. Petersburg article reprinted there contains no news and lacks plenty of context, but the story selection and placement were meant to advance the publisher's ideology on teacher pay bonuses, no more and no less. Let Frank explain this one in one of those how-we-newspaper columns. It won't take 750 words if he's honest about it.
Here's a link to the story where it originally appeared.
(For another Frank column: How that review of Betsy Jacoway's revisionist -- and often contradictory-- history of the LR school crisis wound up in hands of a friendly colleague and merited such expansive treatment. Surely the Ashmore bad/Faubus not so bad theme didn't have anything to do with it, did it Editor Smith?)
Asking for apology of someone with these bigoted views reminds me of disciplining children sometimes…
This is hysterical-- The Netherlands Has a Message for Trump https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9gZDS1D5o……
These are the f**ked up folks who gave us one Donald John Trump. 'Nuff said.