WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY: What's on YOUR mind?

It’s WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY and your topics drive our discussion today.  For my part, we have these on tap:

Domestic disputes can be some of the most dangerous calls police officers see.  They can also be the funniest.  Every spring students who are graduating select Senior Superlatives.  The annual “honors” have taken a strange turn.  There is a new twist to immigrating to the US.  Automate lie detector kiosks for those crossing the border.  I wonder if there is a home model.  Employment is strong in the country.  It’s so strong some communities are resorting to great perks to draw, not companies, but employees to their areas. 

In Brevard the School Board has decided a national search is unnecessary to find a new Superintendent.  Let’s hope they have internal candidates who are worthy or that they are looking in the right places.  In Broward County two MSD parents are running for the school board in order to revise the discipline culture that is so very lax.

So, what’s on YOUR mind?


THE BATTING ORDER

A new kind of domestic dispute

Senior Superlatives take a strange turn

New to immigration: automated lie detection

Perks drawing employees to Midwest?

School Board takes a pass on national Superintendent search

Parkland parents running for School Board to change culture


IN THE BULLPIN

What did Russians want to accomplish with Facebook ads?

Since when was George Will a conservative?

A great read on the consistency and smarts of Alan Dershowitz

Worth a look: Inside Cheyenne Mountain

Gabordi: How about this for school security?

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