YOUR VOICE: Should girls turning 18 be required to register for Selective Service to be eligible for the military draft?
Lenora Blackwood, Lithonia “I think if they want to they should be able to sign up and do it. I don’t they should have to. I don’t think boys should have to it.”
Corey Barksdale, Decatur “It’s pretty simple. I am not that complicated a person. What makes me happiest is when someone makes a really nice meal. One of my favorite dishes is lasagna so if my girlfriend makes it, I will ...
YOUR VOICE: Should tax-paying illegal aliens in Georgia be allowed to pay in-state tuition to attend the state’s public colleges and universities?
Candice Horton, Douglasville “I am conflicted on the answer because part of me thinks that ‘no’ they shouldn’t have the same rights as U.S. citizens that live in the state of Georgia. But then if they pay taxes they should ...
Months after the Supreme Court effectively legalized same-sex marriage, lawmakers across the U.S. are pushing bills that would give businesses and some public employees the right to refuse serving gay couples because of their religious beliefs.
Neville Lacey, Atlanta “A major issue that will be deciding factor is changing our law enforcement system and upgrading it… implementing a new way to carry out the law
YOUR VOICE: In Washington D.C., the local government is considering a plan to change the voting age to 16. Should we do the same in Atlanta?
Jamal Dubrgnon, Jonesboro “No, because I don’t think you are mature enough at 16. I think 18 is too young.”
Shaylen Singleton, Lithonia “Yes I played it and I would half of it to my mom, some to my dad and save the rest of it. I don’t usually play it, I just did it this one time.”
Gabrielle Williams, Statesboro “I don’t think that he will go to jail. Should he go? I am not really sure… We don’t know where his mind is; if he feels any type of remorse for these crimes. If he’s denying ...
Charles Hayes, Fayetteville “To pray more, eat better and work out. And to evaluate my friends; you have to do that in order to move up in life.”
Queen Sheba, Atlanta “When I was growing up, my mother would always make homemade cookies on Christmas Eve…
YOUR VOICE: Do you think the problem of domestic terrorism will be solved with more guns or less guns?
David Price, Atlanta “I am a gun owner and if they come to my neighborhood with that messy madness, my gun will put a solution to that. All it takes for good men to react and stop evil every time. ...
YOUR VOICE: Should the U.S. government follows Donald Trump’s lead and closed our borders to all Muslims?
Kenneth Lewis, Fayetteville “It’s a very bad idea because it sparks an issue. You already have Muslims living in America so, by extension, you’d have to get rid of the Muslims that are already here.
YOUR VOICE: Is the National Fraternal Order of Police’s request to allow off-duty and retired officers to carry their guns in NFL stadiums a good idea?
Jeff Wright, Decatur “No, they will be drinking and there’s already issues in the news about them carrying weapons and killing people… I wouldn’t want to be around anybody drunk that is carrying a gun… There are already armed guards ...
YOUR VOICE: What’s one thing you are thankful for and what is one thing you think we should all be thankful for?
Shunta Jones, College Park “I am thankful for family and I think we should all be thankful for family because without it, where would you be in life.”
YOUR VOICE: In light of the ISIS attacks in cities all over the world, should Syrian refugees be allowed to reach America via Hartsfield, the busiest airport in America?
Zaynah Mason, Atlanta “Yes because it’s impossible to say that all Syrians are going to be terrorists, as when 9/11 happened, you can’t expect all Muslims to be terrorists because they are not.”