Raymond Anderson Jr
Raymond Anderson Jr., of Hammond, is a graduate of the Hammond Academy of Science and Technology.
On July 9, my grandfather, Louis F. Anderson, passed away quietly in his sleep. On that day I lost the greatest mentor I have ever had — a man who, though never holding political office or working for a major corporation, helped make this region what it is today.
This certificate is proof home schooling and charter schools are the answer to public schools.
Imagine this. You wake up in the morning, get out of bed and grab this newspaper off your front porch. Looking up briefly, you notice it’s dark and rain is coming down steadily. Yet when you walk back in and turn to the page past this column, you see today is being reported as sunny with a h…
After many months of a long and bitter winter, filled with snowstorms and subzero temperatures, we can finally say we're through the worst: Spring is here, thanks be to God. That being said, we need to give recognition to those who helped get us to work, school, and all the other places we n…
When I was younger, I was taught to take care of the Earth and treat it as one should treat any gift from the Almighty: with respect.
For the last four years, President Barack Obama promised the American people if they liked their current insurance plans, they could keep them. It has now come out that his promise was no good. He lied.
Raymond Anderson Jr., of Hammond, is a senior at the Hammond Academy of Science and Technology.
Just over one week ago, President Barack Obama addressed our nation regarding the ongoing conflict in Syria. He urged us, and arguably the world, to support a strike against the Syrian government. That’s all fine and dandy, but when did this become our fight?
In a previous column, I warned you that our public education system is being used against us. I warned you that the coming generation was being taught to not fear the government, but to fear freedom. Call me crazy, but in the time that has passed since then have we not allowed more and more …
If you've read any of my previous columns, you'll know I'm no friend of public education. I used to have the same attitude toward charter schools.
How many times did you have to stick your hand into a fire to figure out that it would burn you? Once, maybe twice if you’re on the slow side? In 2008 America voted for “Change”. In that moment we also sowed the seeds of progressivism, just as we had done countless times before. The harvest …
There are some who say there is a worrying fusion of information and entertainment in America. I tend to think there is a worrying lack of information and overabundance of entertainment.
Yet another victory has been achieved for the "common man" in the Indiana Statehouse. Finally, after six long years talking to the right people, state Rep. Charlie Brown, D-Gary, has his wish: a smoking ban.
Raymond Anderson, of Hammond, is a home-schooled sophomore.
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