Stories by The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014

Editorial: A reason to stay

If people vacating Richmond County were given an "exit interview," what would they give as their reasons for leaving?
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, Aug 3, 2014

Editorial: The real tax problem

All this talk of "economic patriotism" draws attention away from the real problem: America's outdated and punitive corporate tax code.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Editorial: Borrow more, repay less

Just another pen stroke in President Obama's "year of action."
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013

Editorial: And the losers are ...

How could Hollywood not have seen this disaster coming?
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013

Editorial: What the courts see

Superior Court Judge Danny Craig offers an ominous metaphor: that intact, highly functional, law-abiding, get-the-kids-to-school-and-soccer-practice families are on a melting glacier.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013

Editorial: Keep praying

The people who died in this crash left this world loved. That shouldn't be taken for granted.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: The economy's newest victims

National politics have rarely affected Americans so fundamentally and so locally. Just ask customers of Al's.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013

Editorial: Left out in the cold

You can understand the students wanting with all their hearts for all those promises to have been true.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013

Editorial: The community we want

It is up to the rest of us to create the kind of community we want. Our elected officials can always come along if they like.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Feb. 4, 2013

Editorial: Super Bowl solidarity

Now if only we could get Republicans and Democrats to sit next to one another the way Ravens and 49ers fans did.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Jan. 28, 2013

Editorial: Deadly Brazil fire shows need for safety

No matter how sophisticated we think that we or our explosives are, they're still explosives.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: No fun at this recess

This may be a quickly forgotten case involving a somewhat esoteric process. But we think it goes to the heart of our system of governance.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013

Editorial: Keep heads in the game

Failing now to protect young athletes puts their futures in peril.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: The Tide is high

The win signals - and we'll use the word even if Saban won't - a college football dynasty.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Rhetoric meets reality

They're starting to realize that the partial holiday on Social Security taxes is ending, and more will be withheld from paychecks this month.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bottom Line: Sheriff's gala

It was a nice start to a historic era.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Jan. 7, 2013

Editorial: Our way to prosperity

He acts as if we can tax our way to prosperity. No one is challenging that tack. When did hypnosis occur? And when will we wake up?
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: State can't choose views

The reason: When it comes to the government, we sure as heck don't want it regulating speech or picking winners or losers.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013

Editorial: Time now to eradicate hate

We often pray to the angels for protection. Now it's time for us to protect them.
By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Oct. 9, 2009

Award comes too early in Obama presidency

By The Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

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