The existence of Black History Month can sometimes spark debate, but it is healthy to take a moment and ensure discussion of people who made no appearance in school curricula for the vast majority of our nation’s existence. Done properly, this can unearth important parts of our history – volunteering for a Black History Month presentation during my time in the Army led to learning about […]
The poisoning of Flint may have never been exposed if one of its residents hadn’t reached out to Virginia for help. A Virginia Tech professor, Marc Edwards, will be part of the official committee formed to fix the problem in Flint after his work led to it being exposed in the first place – he is the only person on the committee from outside Michigan.
“The simple reality is that conventions are only affordable for one class of people: underfunded politicians.”