LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Large media outlets ignored admissions of lack of tranparency
If you depend upon the mainstream media for the information needed to understand those who would run our country, you may not recognize this name — Jonathan Gruber, MIT professor and a major player in structuring and selling “Obamacare.”
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: District 2 seat has been vacant for more than eight months
The Second District of Georgia is not being represented when the Georgia Board of Education meets to discuss budgets, policies and educational issues.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Politicians are jockeying for position in 2016
Promises made during the campaigns will be forgotten like yesterday’s lunch.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A repeat of the previous performance by Republicans is unacceptable
Now that Republicans have a chance to lead the country, they should adhere to conservative ideals and values.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dougherty School System needs cultural change
Poor graduation rates, insensitive picture, a loaded gun and a student facing sodomy charges show a school culture that needs to be addressed.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Holli Anne Reksten was killed in a traffic wreck Thursday
The city lost one of its long-term dependable anchors of stability for the disenfranchised, the abused and the children left behind. In an instant, I lost the best part of my life and my best friend.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Early County Democratic Party: Midterm election critical
Ezekiel Holley will prioritize education, the middle class, and ensure fair access to affordable health care for all Georgians.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Big age differences can be a concern
The gist is that the “powers-that-be” should monitor this after-school service.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: We want to help, but cannot find the answers
Be ready. Be prepared. Be vigilant. It’s the ending of times, so the Bible tells me.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Michell Nunn has pledged to support a harmful immigration bill
The Obama-Nunn plan would double the number of new lower-wage foreign workers provided to corporations to fill jobs at lower wages. David Perdue told the corporate immigration lobby to go take a hike.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Georgians have a chance to send a job-creator to Washington
David Perdue understands the conditions that need to be present in the tax, legal, regulatory and economic areas to encourage strong job creation. His extensive business dealings with government policies inform him that a too-big, intrusive, wasteful, corrupt federal government must be tamed.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Pro-life, traditional-marriage candidates deserve voter support
Elected leaders should act on what is right, not what is popular in surveys and polls.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The culture of today does not promote traditional marriage
I harbor no hostility toward anyone. However, I am a Christian and, if asked, I will readily quote scripture to explain why I believe the gay lifestyle to be wrong.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: More aggressive steps should have been taken in Westover bullying incident
The bullying culture of Westover did not begin on the trip to a Tallahassee basketball camp last June. Bullying of that magnitude has to be built up, nurtured and ignored by the school’s leaders. If the leadership of the system and school had taken a stronger stand, this problem could probably have been resolved.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Running an organization is a real job
Working long hours with your brain can be just as exhausting as hard physical labor. What counts in the end is results.
- Thumbs Up! Nov. 17, 2014
- In thanking veterans, actions are louder than words
- Thumbs Up! Nov. 10, 2014
- What just happened?
- Voters have a duty to go to the polls
- Buster Posey's Giants are earning dynasty label
- The late Billy C. Black deserving of Albany State University honor
- Thumbs Up! Oct. 20, 2014
- Squawk of the Day - Oct. 17, 2014
- Ebola victims are people, not faceless statistics
- CATHERINE RAMPELL: Living with Obamacare
- T. GAMBLE: Dentist visits sure have changed
- EDDIE SEAGLE: Mulches are the final touches
- RONDA RICH: Teachers also can learn at Bible School
- LORAN SMITH: South Dakota trip already on my 2015 calendar
- CARLTON FLETCHER: Age may be just a number, but sleeping shouldn't hurt
- MICHAEL GERSON: The pope's human touch
- TOM PURCELL: Smokers become social pariahs
- CATHERINE RAMPELL: Millennial spendthrifts? Not so
- CYNTHIA TUCKER: Climate change is the most pressing issue