Like It or Not: Truth-Telling Museum

The state of Georgia has earmarked $11 million dollars for the construction of a “truth-telling museum” at Stone Mountain Park, says LaDawn Blackett. She believes it’s time for the new museum to finally address the Civil War period fully and fairly. Do you think it’s time for the “truth-telling museum” to educate the truth of the civil war era rather than to praise the era of the confederation? Let us know whether you like it, or Not!

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Like It or Not: School Attendance Zones

OPINION: The quality of a child’s education should not depend on where their parents live, how much money they make, or the color of their skin, says LaDawn Jones. She believes it's time to reexamine the Equal Opportunities Act and consider new ideas that will make public education attendance zones fairer. Do you think it's time to rethink the way we determine public school attendance zones? Let us know whether you like It or Not!

Like It or Not: Cop City

(OPINION): The proposed Atlanta Public Safety Training Center is no one's private business, says George Chidi. He believes that the city of Atlanta no longer possesses control over its policing because Cop City is owned by a private non-profit corporation. Do you think it's time to crack down on private organizations who are accountable to no one except their corporate funders? Let us know whether you Like It, or Not!

Home improvements that pay you back

With interest rates on the rise, more and more Americans are opting to stay put and renovate their house instead of moving. But which improvements will actually pay for themselves in increased value?

A Tenant's Bill of Rights

Recently, the Atlanta City Council adopted a “Tenant's Bill of Rights." FOX 5 real estate expert John Adams breaks it down, explains what it really means, and gives his take.

Like It or Not: The Great Reconsideration

The Great Reconsideration (OPINION): America is addicted to low wages, says LaDawn Jones. And she thinks it’s not that people don’t want to work, but that they are not interested in working for high school allowance wages. Do you think it’s time to raise the minimum wage?

Like It or Not: Prosecute the Prosecutors

PROSECUTE THE PROSECUTORS (OPINION): Four of Georgia’s 49 District Attorneys were under state or federal investigation during the last election cycle. Jessica Szilagyi says state prosecutors like this are costing innocent men their freedom- often without any real repercussions. Do you think it’s time we hold them accountable?

Like It or Not: Bullets vs Ballots

BULLETS VS. BALLOTS (OPINION): With a GOP filibuster expected to block federal voting legislation in the Senate today, LaDawn Jones thinks it’s time we talk about laws here in Georgia. She says it’s easier to buy a gun in Georgia than it is to vote- and that recent voting laws may target people of color. Do you think both constitutional rights should be treated equally?

Like It or Not: Street Racing

STREET RACING (OPINION): City law enforcement has recently cracked down on street racing, but George Chidi says that Atlanta’s crime problem goes much deeper. After 3 innocent civilian deaths during high-speed chases, he says it’s time police acknowledge the other issues- notably, gang violence. What do you think?