Stories by Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Editorial: Secret Service, public disservice

How much are our leaders monitoring the culture of the government they head?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Monday, Feb. 6, 2012

Editorial: 'A new era of frugality'

The latest Congressional Budget Office numbers paint a dim hue of the immediate future.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011

Editorial: Giving capitalism a bad name

The fact remains that capitalism has some very good answers to the questions being posed to it - but those answers aren't being put forth in any coherent way by the capitalists.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2011

Editorial: Bottom line

Ironically, in her heroic act of dying to save her child, Stacie Crimm achieved a bit of immortality here on Earth.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Editorial: Ended, but not over

Ninety days will flash in an instant. Maj. Burke will be gone forever.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Monday, Oct. 17, 2011

Editorial: An awful example

If he doesn't want this to taint his otherwise considerable legacy, he should apologize for real and conduct himself more professionally in the future.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Editorial: Rapid response

We wish Chief James nothing but the best in putting the fire department on the road to excellence.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2011

Editorial: Put a fence up around Iran

Put a virtual fence around this regime, or prepare for the worst.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Editorial: A swift evacuation

If the city let the problems fester, at least now it has taken action and a new day can be contemplated.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board

Monday, Oct. 3, 2011

Editorial: What do they want?

The truth is, even now the capitalists are giving capitalism a bad name.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Board
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