So this Tuesday, in either a stroke of ingenuity or a subconscious desire to get more people to verbally pummel me, I announced to the swarms of Alligator fans that they could use the last paper of the summer to ask whatever their heart desired. Here were some of the gems
As the U.S. House of Representatives debates this week whether to repeal the Obama administration’s health care overhaul, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs remains optimistic that such legislative maneuvering will yield few actual results.
While some may view the combination of slashed budgets and skyrocketing costs as the death knell for the affordable college education in America, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan sees it as nothing more than another round of challenges for what he still considers the greatest educational system in the world.
For the past two months, y'all have been subjected to a never-ending parade of "freshman advice" columns where writers muster up all the meaningless humanitarian niceties and spew them on print in their best imitation of Dr. Phil, devoid of anything entertaining or soul-rotting.
Lowe, who has served on the city commission since 2003, defeated local businessman Don Marsh in a machine recount Friday by a margin of 42 votes, or .34 percent.