LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Everything, even torture, is debatable
Torture is a terrible thing, but when you’re dealing with terrible thugs you have to fight fire with fire.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Citizens should speak up about shooting crimes
Someone saw more than they are telling. You can be unknown, and yet let the facts be known. It is all up to you what you do to deal with this threat to your community, and ours.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Sabbath is Saturday
The first day of the week is mentioned nine times in God’s word and not one time is it called a holy day or anything but the first day of the week.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Adults who should know better are inciting riots
In the aftermath of the Ferguson, Mo., grand jury decision to not convict a white policeman for shooting a black man who reached into his police car and struggled with him for his gun, 18 people were injured, and 12 buildings and two police cars burned.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Christians should work to keep Christmas in the holidays
We are entering not a holiday season, but rather a season in which we celebrate the life, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the most significant being to ever walk this Earth.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Univesity of North Carolina is the latest to face a scandal
What are we teaching kids? Cheating is fair game if the results produce the expected outcome (national titles and big revenue).
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A bad deal with Iran is worse than none at all
Congress must step up and fully fund the GMD missile defense program; it’s our only real defense against a missile launched at the U.S. homeland by Iran.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Criticizing from the sidelines does nothing to solve education issues
Improving schools in a community takes more than booing from the sidelines. It takes collaboration and teamwork to help find creative solutions to difficult problems — poverty, homelessness, abuse, drugs, etc.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: technology is killing more jobs than it creates
Next time you self-checkout at the store, remember, this was sold to the stores as a way to save money by doing away with cashier’s positions. Where will these people that are working, and want to work, going to find employment?
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.
- Thumbs Up - March 30, 2015
- EDITORIAL: Senate trying to fix a problem that does not exist
- Thumbs Up! March 9, 2015
- EDITORIAL: Fractures painful, but they do mend
- Thumbs Up!
- Scammers add stress to tax season
- Thumbs Up! Jan 26, 2015
- Thumbs Up! Jan. 19, 2015
- Time is now to address Georgia's transportation needs
- Another year, another scam
- CARLTON FLETCHER: Government plans to take on tobacco, cellphones
- MICHAEL GERSON: The virtues of the smoke-filled room
- DARREL EALUM: Georgia voters will have final say on Opportunity School Districts
- EDDIE SEAGLE: Easter lilies take center stage
- KEVIN SPROUL: Administrative assistant keeps Dougherty Sheriff's office running smoothly
- LORAN SMITH: Marvin Griffin brought color to the governor's mansion
- RONDA RICH: Being a proper Southerner takes some real work
- CATHERINE RAMPELL: When gray meets brown
- MICHAEL GERSON: The next epidemic
- CHRIS CLARK: 'Finish the drill' on Georgia transportation funding