LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Dollar for dollar, President Obama has outspent President Bush
President George W. Bush realized that a terrorist’s most dangerous weapon was his mind.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The Olympics have been completed, but Americans still try for bronze, silver, gold and even platinum
Most like the idea affordable health care offerings, but they dislike fraud and mandatory compliance.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The dredging has been approved, so why the hold up?
The unnecessary delay in the work deepening the Savannah port is a prime example of the federal government doing its finest bungling.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Law enforcement officers are critical personnel who deserve a livable wage
Budgets are always tight, but paying law enforcement officers is not the place the scrimp.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Many do not like concealed gun carry because it infringes on their ability to bully
Those who carry concealed weapons illegally are the biggest concern.
LETTER TO THE EDITIOR: Eliminating positions with no warning is poor business
Abrupt eliminations of positions can adversely impact employees who remain with the company, too.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The mass changing of grades should not have been allowed
The Dougherty County School System leveled much stiffer punishment for the whistleblower than for those who were involved in the changing of the grades.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Government programs step in to provide care that should be up to parents
Government programs should not just throw money at the problem, but also hold parents accountable.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The disclosure of student information to the public was not as bad as the actions that were disclosed
In the case of the Westover High School freshmen grade changes, the respective punishments don’t fit the actions.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The annual event gives a good impression of Southwest Georgia to movers and shakers in business
The work by organizers of the Georgia Quail Hunt has given business leaders a positive view in regard to doing business in Georgia.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The law under consideration could have adverse impact on gay individuals
A proposal that could adversely impact gay people should not be cloaked as an act ensuring freedom of religion.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Owners who are negligent are the real issue
Albany dog ordinances should apply across-the-board and more resources should be devoted to dealing with people who abuse their pets.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Look at any president and you will find evidence of your preconceived notion
Placing 47 million non-working Americans in the backs of those who are working doesn’t “elevate” them; it drags everyone else down.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: While fundraising is challenging, the Albany community came through
The Cancer Coalition was able to exceed its fundraising goal with the event as it worked to fight cancer in Southwest Georgia.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: People should be more willing to help those in need and in trouble
Live life as an example to those who have problems and do what you can to help out.
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