Admittedly, many folks in America may have thought Brexit was a new breakfast sandwich at one of the many fast food restaurants that advertise on TV. That is until last week. Brexit was a vote held in the United Kingdom (aka Britain) to determine if that country would remain in the European Union. All of the early polling indicated that the movement to "Leave" would be soundly defeated.
Dear Editor: In reading a complicated comparison of things called -- "complicated" -- I could not find one single new or innovative thought. Just plenty of errors and misleading directives. Naming presidents who did not serve in time of war and claiming they used the term enemy? They had no issue identifying an enemy? Each of those named knew the difference between perceived, potential and real.
Last week's Nashville Graphic caught the attention of many people because of so much crime on page one. I received emails and phone calls regarding the "bad" news. Most of you sincerely asked what has happened in Nash County and what can we do about it. A few asked why we focus on the bad news rather than using only good news on the front page. I won't apologize for the bad news for it's our job to keep you informed, good or bad. I recently attended a seminar led by members of the Nash County Sheriff's Office and the Tar River Task Force.