Another shot for Clayton schools

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools will return to Clayton County next week to judge the district’s attempts to win back accreditation.

The 49,000-student school district was stripped of its accreditation in September.

SACS has said the district can win it back in time for seniors to graduate with accredited diplomas provided the system meets nine improvement mandates:

1. Conduct audit of attendance records.
2. Implement comprehensive policy review.
3. Remove influence of outside disruptive groups.
4. Appoint a permanent superintendent and establish proper conditions for effectiveness.
5. Conduct a forensic audit of finances.
6. Hire outside consultants in conflict resolution, governance and organizational effectiveness.
7. Enact and commit to ethics policies.
8. Ensure board members live in their district.
9. Establish a governing board capable of fulfilling its roles and responsibilities.

Will Clayton rise like a phoenix or is it destined to fail again?

If the system fails, local leaders will have to wait at least three years before they can try again. Who is going to stick around for that?

69 comments Add your comment

Burroughston Broch

April 10th, 2009
10:22 am

Past performance being the best predictor of future performance, Clayton will fall again.
Fewer people will be willing to wait on the deck of the Titanic.

Kermit

April 10th, 2009
10:27 am

Rise like a phoenix? No – sink like a stone.

John

April 10th, 2009
10:30 am

I agree with Brock; also the board is filled with people who were elected based on their race not on their experience, work ethic or desire to make a better way for the students in Claytons school system. Their decisions are made with no regard for the system just on personal preference. Mark my words, this will not get better anytime soon.

observer

April 10th, 2009
10:46 am

present performance being the same as past performance indicates doing the same thing and expecting different results is status quo in clayton.

Deeply Concerned Taxpayer/Parent

April 10th, 2009
10:48 am

SACS should look at student performance AND governance. If they do, they will suggest a state takeover of Clayton County Schools. The new superintendent and her team simply don’t have the experience or the capacity to impact student learning. The school system needs “experienced” leadership with a proven track record. Nobody in Clayton has a “proven track record” of turning schools around. If they did, we wouldn’t be having this conversation. I say, get rid of all of them and start fresh — what harm could it possibly do. The schools already are not performing. Look at End-of-Course Test data. My fear is that accreditation will be restored, and students will continue to receive poor instruction from poorly-trained teachers. And that will be unfortunate.

Denzel

April 10th, 2009
10:50 am

I agree with John and I am a black man!
What we have on the board is a group of folk that most were probably not born and raised in this state, they migrated here in the late 80’s or early 90’s when new found prosperity and the Olympics brought a new breed of greedy power hungry folks to the south who to this day talk down about the blacks that were born and raised here trying to make a difference. I experienced this in the motor vehicle office listening to a well dressed gentleman who at most looked like what is coined as successful, however, probably one check away from losing everything.

I retired from the military and came back home to something that was unreal and sad.

1. Just because you are a school teacher does not mean you have the aptitude or skills to govern
2. Having a law degree does not mean you have the intellect and ability to analyze, create a plan then execute as a team player
3. Knowing the right people only means you have the ability to name drop but not really have the best interest of the children and community at heart.

DBS

April 10th, 2009
10:51 am

Clayton county schools will not rise until Clayton County does. When the people who live in Clayton County demand competent, honest government, they will get it. When they people demand good schools, they will improve. There is nothing terribly difficult about the mandates. It’s up to the voters to demand better.

If the voters keep being distracted by issues of race and the red herrings that politicians use to distract and confuse, the county will continue its descent. It’s not inevitable; actually its fully avoidable. The voters just have to require that every elected official do his or her job wisely, honestly and well.

Over time, voters get the government they deserve.

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
10:59 am

Clayton County will receive the almighty SACS accreditation again. (It already has GAC accreditation.) The whole thing was a ruse, foisted upon Clayton County by an arrogant and phoney Mark Elgart. Hey, if SACS goes nearly forty (yes, 40!) years without EVER removing accreditation from any of the thousands of school sytems, the accreditation process is a joke to begin with. It is based upon “self evaluation.” I know. I have been through the SACS process on a number occasions and have even written up reports for SACS when I was brought in as an “outside consultant.” This was, of course, before I became the Pope. SACS is about money. The Clayton SACS thing simply started as and has lingered as a political football. It was about control, and it is still about control. Hey, marks, it’s a bull market for Clayton SACS! Mark Elgart, the little weenie, is AFRAID not to give back the accreditation. “Here, please, Dr. Valya Lee, take it back! I don’t want your accreditaion anymore. I want to get rid of it! I want you to take it back. I wish that I had never heard of Clayton County! You folks are just too different from my kind of people up here in Alpharetta! Ohhhhhhhhhh…I don’t want to ever have to set foot back inside of Clayco! Clayco…No mo!”

SAR

April 10th, 2009
10:59 am

Sadly for the kids that want to do well and have a right to be a student in a good school system, the issues will proably still be there. Not all students in CC are bad students and not all parents are uninvolved parents but unfortunately the good students suffer from the mistakes of the voters and the parents that are not involved in their kids lives.

Please stop the charade

April 10th, 2009
11:06 am

Would the AJC please stop participation in the charade that Clayton County will have to earn its accreditation back, and do some honest commentary for a change?

There is no way on Earth Clayton isn’t going to get accreditation back. Politics dictates that. Does anybody at the AJC really think that Mark Elgart of SACS, or Sonny Perdue is going to let the politically connecteds’ sons and daughters graduate from an unaccredited school system? And the AJC knows this; they are just as guilty of pushing a poltical agenda as Sonny and Elgart.

The exact same political reasons that made sure accreditation wasn’t pulled before last year’s seniors graduated are the same ones that will make sure it is restored, most likely with some double secret probation nonsense, before this year’s seniors graduate.

It will have nothing to do with the BOE having earned it. It will be, and has been the entire time, about politics.

party pooper

April 10th, 2009
11:11 am

hey pope,your right.we are differant in alpharetta and would like for you stay far away

Aaron

April 10th, 2009
11:19 am

Simple answer to this question. Black leadership = NO.

Lynn

April 10th, 2009
11:22 am

No, I don’t think they “get it” yet. Until the board stops seeing it as an opportunity for personal advancement and focuses on educating the kids, it’ll continue to falter.

thomas

April 10th, 2009
11:23 am

I used to teach in the Clayton County School system. I am very familar with how things work down there. Things were going DOWN hill before I left. That was before this latest SACS business. Before *that* set of board members came aboard. Before *this* set of board members came on aboard.

You see, here’s the real problem people- it isn’t the board, or the people at the county office, or the superintendent. It’s the fact that Clayton County has become the new ‘hood. Clayton County used to be a pretty decent county. It had a pretty decent school system. In fact, at one time, it had schools that rivaled, IF NOT EXCEEDED, those in Cobb, Fulton, or Gwinnett counties. Now the schools are filled with thuggish hoodies who are mostly just unmotivated behavior problems. And **their parents are NO better. In fact they are worse. They are the reason the students are the way they are.**

But for the record– the whole SACS things and this accreditation business was political. Some people on the previous school board peed off the wrong people. In this world, it’s all about money, power, and control. Even in the ghetto, somebody wants to run things. Somebody wants to have their way. I guess somebody was peed because they couldn’t get the business deals they wanted. So they call up Mark Elgart and sic SACS on Clayco. Quite honestly I don’t see what these people are doing differently than before.

Personally I don’t give a flip. Leave the people alone and leave Clayco out of the news. Who cares what they do.

SAR

April 10th, 2009
11:30 am

To party pooper, with your grammar and spelling you can’t look down on the Banjo Boy in the movie Deliverance. ‘Your right’ should be you’re right; differant is spelled d i f f e r e n t than differant. party pooper, if you attended a high school in Alpharetta, they’ve lowed their standards considerably from how it was when I was there.

Bogus question + lazy reporting = AJC

April 10th, 2009
11:44 am

Very lazy reporting on Laura’s part. Whether the system rises or falls has nothing to do with regaining accreditation, because anybody honestly assessing the politics behind it knows accreditation will be restored.

And what will that mean? Well, what do all the lowest ranked school systems in the greater metro Atlanta area, except for Clayton, all have in common? They meet with Elgart’s stamp of approval. And have, despite the substandard product they offer, for the last 40 years.

In other words, SACS has as much relevance to a quality school system, as Paris Hilton has to intellectual discourse in the body politic.

Clayton County for five years

April 10th, 2009
11:55 am

My wife and I decided to send our child to private school. We made a conscience decsion to do it. I do not trust any (BOE) or County Commissioners, to do the right thing.

As soon as we can sell our home in Clayton County we are getting out.

I pray for the children in the county. There are some real good kids in the county, who do well in school. But to bad the citizens of this county made bad choices over the years.

Maybe this new BOE can make a difference, excluding the Michael King character. Who in the heck voted him in? Opps..I forgot where I live.

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
12:00 pm

Hey, SAR, I couldn’t have said it better (except I was on the phone for about an hour): Party Pooper needs to learn how to write a cogent sentence before he starts pontificating. He needs to leave the pontificating to you and me and our “cousins” on this blog.

Name One

April 10th, 2009
12:00 pm

Clayton is a very diverse county, yet the board is all black. No Latino or Caucasian representation.

There are way too many Clayton residents who don’t care how there tax money is spent for the school system. I don’t see anything changing now or in the future.

John Smith

April 10th, 2009
12:06 pm

You know, most of you on this post are very ignorant. First of all, DEEPLY CONCERNED PARENT/TAXPAYER, you are an idiot. I’m a Clayton County teacher and the teaching in Clayton County is very good. Our scores are improving every year for the most part and this is due to our Highly Qualified (HQ) teachers that we are REQUIRED to have by Federal Law (NCLB, do you know what that is) If you don’t believe it, why don’t you set up an appointment with Dr. Donna Jackson, Principal of Jackson Elementary School as well as some of the other high performing schools in the county (MMHS, Roberts Middle School, etc) Also, if you were so involved and concerned, you would know that Dr. Val Lee is our INTERIM Superintendent now our full time superintendent. The search for a permanent full time superintendent is still on and the new person should be in place soon. Therefore, Dr. Lee does not have a “team” because she has never been a superintendent before.
You also talk about EOCTs or End of Course Tests and how low they are. This again shows your ignorance of what is going on in our school system. Students know that the only test that matters is the Georgia High School Graduation Test. They don’t try on any other tests. They take tests all year long and they are tired of testing. This point will be proved if they do away with the GHSGT like they are discussing and use EOCTs as an indicator for measuring schools for AYP. If this happens, you will see a significant jump in EOCT scores.
I don’t have all the answers. I don’t know if we will get our accreditation back or not, I don’t own a Crystal ball like some of you apparently do. I can’t see into the future and I don’t claim to know everything like most of you on here do. But Clayton County still has it’s problems. The main problem is that many people in the central office are racist and people of other races do not get a fair shake. I can tell you one thing is for sure. It does not matter if we get our accreditation back or not, Clayton County Public Schools will soon be hit with a major Racial Discrimination law suite that will touch many people in the district office and will cost many of them their job. One thing that I agree with that was said on her is that Sonny Perdue needs to come in and take over the school district. Change will not really happen until qualified, quality educators get their chance in CCPS.

cdawg

April 10th, 2009
12:09 pm

When you criticize someone’s grammar and spelling, you should probably make sure that your own post does not have errors. Just an observation.

M Anthony

April 10th, 2009
12:12 pm

It is good to see so many chiming in on the status of schools in CC. Like this newspaper, Channel 2 and you bloggers you have nothing positive to offer but exhibit a high skill for continual criticism of that county. Was it better during the 50s,60s,70s when dark folks could not drive thru the county much less live there? The school system will come back and the county government will get better. We know those dark people always excel when they get it together. Thats what scare them thar other folks. As always they think if they say enough negatives somebody will believe it. Only those days are over with. So keep writing your nasty negative words which are just a reflection of yourself.

KennesawDave

April 10th, 2009
12:14 pm

Clayton County schools will continue to smolder and won’t rise from the ashes like a phoenix until like DBS said the people of Clayton Co. demand competent leaders and a better school system. What this whole unfortunate story boils down to is a small group of people who want to do 2 things: 1 They want to maintain their power base. Like most politicians and elected officials they hold on to their power for as long as they can no matter what the cost or who it affects. Second, this also boils down to having a government job. The people know that if they were forced into the private sector they would possibly not last very long. Right now they have a stable job that cannot be taken away from them without them commiting some type of grotesque crime. Truth be told though, they already are commiting a grotesque crime by sacraficing the opportunity for children of Clayton Co to learn and improve themselves all in the name of keeping power and a government job.

John Smith

April 10th, 2009
12:15 pm

Again, many of your are not informed. There is one white person on the school board. Also, our problem is not our school board, it is the leadership in the central office. The board is doing the right thing now. Almost everything that they done up to this point is good. Our current school board is no longer our problem. They really have our student’s best interest at heart. If you don’t believe it, then you should attend the next board meeting and see for yourself. If you go to a board meeting yourself, you will see that there is a white person on the board and they do care about the students. Stop acting like ya’ll know everything and do see for yourself, and then report back on here and see what you have to say. Thanks for keeping your ignorant comments to yourself until you have an EDUCATED comment that you can make.

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
12:22 pm

There are two ladies, Adamson and Baker, of the Causasian Persuasion.

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
12:24 pm

Caucasian…Oops…I had it inadvertently wrong and did not want the Spelling Po Po to lock me up. Been there, done that, too many times.

Question for Clayton Teacher

April 10th, 2009
12:41 pm

John Smith,

Trust me, it doesn’t take a crystal ball to see that Clayton will get its accreditation back. Just some basic understanding of the politics involved.

You are right about the dysfunction in the central office, and how it negatively impacts the classroom. But as far as this particular BOE is concerned, can you point to one action, one specific policy passed by this board, that has had a direct tangible effect on empowering teachers in the classroom? One can make the case that firing Thompson improved morale, but other than that, what have they specifically done?

There are too many current and former teachers on the board, who know what it takes to support good teaching conditions, to let them off the hook on this because they have merely, unlike the old board, acted civil toward each other.

John Smith

April 10th, 2009
12:47 pm

They are a fairly new board. And right now, their most important job is to get our accreditation back. And as a teacher, I don’t want them to do anything for me until we get our accreditation back. I own a home in Clayton County that has taken a huge hit due to these problems. And yes, you are right firing Thompson was huge in improving morale. Firing that egocentric, bad clothes wearing, idiot was huge with the teachers in Clayton County. I don’t know of one teacher or administrator that liked him. Give the board a chance. I think that they will surprise you. I see some good things in what they are doing. BTW, have you been to a board meeting? If not, I urge you to do so.

Skreet

April 10th, 2009
1:07 pm

Mizz Bethune and all her friends in Claytron counties are way too blessed to be stressed. This school system will go down in flames and everyone will blame everyone else. The kids are the real losers in this mess. I guess it is a good thing we keep expanding the jails cause that is where they will all wind up with their sub par education.

Question for Clayton Teacher

April 10th, 2009
1:15 pm

Time might tell on the new board, but there are signs that bother me, signs that, given the number of current and former teachers on the board, are troublesome.

One example is the documented gang violence problem at Jonesboro High. When the story finally came out in the media, the BOE immediately threw up a wall of silence, refusing to speak about it. How can you address a problem, when you refuse to even acknowledge a problem exists?

But constrast that, a few days later, to the dance team episode at the same school. What better story than the dance team story to drive out of the media the open gang violence story?

And true to form, the BOE was suddenly very, very, willing to comment, and the CCPS apparatus made not one, but mulitple BOE members available for comment, as well as not one, but multiple spokespersons.

This really makes the BOE look, as central office is notorious for doing, like they are willing to sweep real behavior issues under the rug for the sake of apperances. Add to that, there has been a total wall of silence on the documented cases where teacher grievances haven’t been processed according to law, and the cases where the law hasn’t been followed in terms of timely tribunal cases in instances of threats and assaults on teachers.

Again, there are too many current and former teachers on the board to not know how detrimental it is to not support the classroom teacher in these matters, and their silence, while it might not be noticed by most in the community, is surely noticed in the classroom.

It takes more than a BOE being polite and civil, and a rubber stamp from Elgart, to make a quality school system. Teachers must be supported, not blamed, when it comes to the dysfunction inherent in the system and I have yet to see the BOE address that in an honest, forthright manner.

Educator

April 10th, 2009
1:15 pm

As a Clayton County Educator I want it known that the drama has never been about the education of Clayton County students. The students nor the teachers had any involvement in the loss of accreditation, but we certainly have had to deal with the effects of it! Our students have been penalized for the ignorance of others. Teachers have been continuously criticized as always, but even worse after this tragedy. The teachers that are still here are here because we believe in the children of Clayton County, if we didn’t we too, would have been gone. My sincere prayer is that SACS sees and acknowleges the improvements that have made, and restore the county to an accredited status. Maybe then we can move on, students and parents can again be proud of where they live, and attend school. The educators….well we’ll continue to do what we have always done…teach.

Be at peace, educator

April 10th, 2009
1:25 pm

Educator no need to pray that SACS has seen the improvements at the BOE. The BOE could be one the beach, as we speak, making a DVD called BOE GONE WILD and Elgart would still restore accreditation.

The only thing that matters, the only thing Elgart and Sonny are noticing, is the calendar. And that calendar says that the politically connected have sons and daughters about to graduate, and there is no way Elgart and Sonny are about to let them graduate from an unaccredited school system. The politics behind this dictates that this cannot happen, regardless of what the BOE does.

Rest assured, the decision to restore accreditation was made months ago. It hasn’t been announced of course, because that’s all part of the charade that the BOE earned it back.

John Smith

April 10th, 2009
1:33 pm

Im trying to tell you, this is not a slam dunk. If CCPS didn’t do what SACS said we have to do to re-gain our accreditation back from them, then it won’t happen. An organization as big as SACS cannot afford to say one thing and then do another. SACS was very straight forward and saying what we need to do in order to get our accreditation back from them. If we have not fulfilled the mandates, it will not happen. This is not based on feelings, thoughts, etc. It is a business decision.

Teacher at hand

April 10th, 2009
1:43 pm

I have to disagree that the teachers are poorly trained. It is easy to point fingers, but as a parent what are you as a parent, community leader, and concerned citizen doing to help your child/children & county. We all have work to do, so instead of putting each other down, offer a helping hand any way you can and be on board for the children, teachers, leaders and communities. GOD has a plan for Clayton County…”BELIEVE!”

Teachers poorly trained? Let's get real

April 10th, 2009
1:51 pm

Ask anybody who has a clue about Clayton what would make the most difference in the quality of day to day instruction; giving teachers more “training” or giving teachers the AUTHORITY to effectively deal with, in terms of consequences, that small percentage of chronically disruptive students who bring down the learning process for all?

The BOE knows the answer; too many current and former teachers on the board to not know. That they haven’t address this, makes them, at this point in time, a failure. A civil, polite failure, but a failure. When SACS restores accreditation, and it will be restored, one good thing is that the board won’t have an excuse to continue to bury their heads in the sand when it comes to teaching conditions in Clayton.

Bob Paul

April 10th, 2009
1:55 pm

Let the record show that the 9 mandates have now change. The CCBOE had its accrediation back the day the the Governor removed the Board. The only mandate that the CCBOE had to fix and that was mandated by Elgart, the Gov. Laisions,the Commissioners, and Legislators was to FIRE Thompson by April and brong on BROCK and his firm. So, I commend the CCBOE on their actions which wasn’t any. Shows are good and they have put one a Great Show.

Great Efforts

April 10th, 2009
2:01 pm

I would like to thank the CCBOE for being brought by Elgart and Brock. People you all must understand that you all do not have a CCBOE all you have is 9 people sitting on a platform because Elgart, Okeffe, Brock, Tax Hiding Glanton, and Eldrin is running the CCBOE. They just sit there and do whatever they are told to do.

In Plain Sight

April 10th, 2009
2:05 pm

Of the school will get accreditation back! Overwhelming evidence that the accreditation heist was a hoax! New CCBOE holds illegal meetings, unethical behaviors, No-Bid Contracts, all members of CCBOE went San Diego costing an 18,500, run Thompson out with two months left costing over $100,000, run Julie off costing over $90,000. After all that, we will magically get accreditation back. The only losers were the 3500 children and parents who left the district and 300-400 teachers lost jobs and the 23 million it cost the district. This was a costly political power move.

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
2:05 pm

Did the Clayco School Board have another illegal meeting in San Diego? Boy, they sho do like those illegal meetings, don’t they? Somepins’ gotta be did!

Yesteryear 20/20

April 10th, 2009
2:15 pm

One year ago A. Williams and Bob Hartley was leading the march to ouster CCBOE, marching down the avenue with 10 adults and 200 kids. Interviewed by the media, a public feature, Community Activist. They were push to the forefront by the Swindlers. This was done to put a black face on the ouster effect, when the whole thing was sponsored by the rich whites. A year later Williams is doing FED time and Bob Hartley is a victim of the Mortgage Meltdown, Homeless and Destitute, a Hobo, living under the bridge at I-675 and Anvil Block Road. Now, the Swindlers sits high atop CCBOE Ethics Commission, Clayton County Foreclosure Authority and State Senator. A classic case of black exploitation of the unscrupulous, uneducated harebrained.

Question for Clayton Teacher

April 10th, 2009
2:15 pm

Getting accreditation back is not a slam dunk John Smith. It’s the slam dunk. In fact it’s the mother of all slam dunks. For all those who don’t belive so, address on simple question.

Do you really think, there is any way possible, that Sonny Perdue and Mark Elgart are going to let the sons and daughters of the politically connected in Clayton County graduate from an unaccredited school system this year?

It’s not a business decision John Smith. It’s a bidness decision. All about the bidness.

Clayton County Pinhead

April 10th, 2009
2:23 pm

Accreditation should be a charm this time around, because the Blacks has surrendered to the whites. The blacks have integrated the BOE with white Pam Adamson and Mary Baker. Now the BOE sits with it hands tied, no power, all their power have been turned over to a white Parliamentarian and a whites hand picked so-called Ethics Commission, headed by that ole confederate boy Larry O’Keefe. Larry O’Keefe has adjudication over the BOE. Yet he’s not an Elected Official! However, Brock will ensure a Sonny and the State BOE take over Clayton’s School System. Larry O’Keefe has “Disenfranchised” Clayton’s voter again!

Pope Earnest T. Bass IX

April 10th, 2009
2:23 pm

Somepins’ gotta be did!

One question; all the answers

April 10th, 2009
2:24 pm

If you don’t think that ClayCo getting accreditation back in the lock of the year ask yourself one question. Do you really think there is any way Sonny Perdue and Mark Elgart are going to let the sons and daughters of the politically connected graduate with an unaccredited diploma this year?

One question; all the answers.

One question too many?

April 10th, 2009
4:33 pm

Looks like the above question has stumped everyone who doesn’t want to acknowledge this entire episode has been a charade through and through.

Deeply Concerned Taxpayer/Parent

April 10th, 2009
5:16 pm

John Smith — go back and read your email and then read my email again. From that, you should determine who the real idiot is. That you would even suggest that there are high performing schools in Clayton County demonstrates your obvious bias and perhaps even YOUR ignorance. I stand by what I said. I know far too much about the people you mentioned in the email; the federal No Child Left Behind Law, Governor Barnes’ Education Reform legislation, and any other law or mandate you want to bring up. By the way, YOUR igonorance and the fact that you teach in the county frightens me — seriously.

catlady

April 10th, 2009
9:23 pm

WILL they get it back? Yes. It IS all political. SHOULD they get it back? No. Too many things not fixed yet. Board is still full of the “gimme the candy” mentality. No permanent supt, either. What would help the county best in the long run is to NOT accreditate. Then, maybe, someone will pay attention for more than the 30 seconds it takes to get their name in the paper.

However, I have seen SACS in action, and for that reason have little hope they will do the right thing and tell Clayton to give ‘em a call when they have it together.

Jborodawg

April 11th, 2009
9:42 am

I think the BOE has met the mandates for accreditation. But to think the CCPS will produce ‘educated’ students is highly questionable. Many of the teachers are highly qualified. Some of the teachers are racist and ignorant and have no business in a classroom. Just one example: observe a GA history class at Kendrick MS. One will hear so much racist, slanted, unprofessional, opinionated dribble as to make one wonder if this teacher was using a textbook at all; or wonder, at the least, whether this teacher had a college degree. I’m a strong advocate of the “parental involvement” theory of education; and therefore, can’t blame all the teachers.

Yes, we’ll get accreditation back. But many of the students will continue to graduate with minimal reading, writing and critical thinking abilities.

Clayton Monster

April 11th, 2009
10:06 am

This Accreditation Issue has never been about children and education. It’s alway been about Whites Folks and Money+Uncle Tom Black Officials.

Do Righ

April 11th, 2009
10:12 am

Sonny and Clayton Delegtion, How can Mike Glanton make laws – House Bill 1302 and House Bill 743, when he can’t pay his taxes. According to Channel 2, he has a $9,000 lien for UnPaid TAXES. Sonny, this surely UnEthical and a Real Ethics Violation according to the State Ethics Commission. Therefore, House Bill 1302 and House Bill 743 should be null and void.