Stories by Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Articles from the Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff section archive

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Editorial: Efficiency down to the letter

Full privatization might be just what the U.S. Postal Service needs. It's at least worth considering.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Editorial: Say what?

These days, uncovering a lie is child's play. It's the accountability part that keeps getting harder.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: In praise of life

Think about that: They want to regulate guns, the right to which is enshrined explicitly in the Constitution, but they fight tooth-and-nail against any restrictions on abortion, which is not.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, March 31, 2014

Editorial: On, Wisconsin!

Scott Walker appears to hit on a winning formula for governorship. We hope Wisconsin fever becomes contagious.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Let change take flight

Why not cut the red tape and allow the airport to really spread its wings?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Editorial: Working without a 'Net

The process has worked well since 1998. If it's not broken, why is Obama trying to "fix" it?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Faces of our future

These young people are the ones most capable of fixing our nation's health care problems. America is going to need every single one of them - and a lot more.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Editorial: Bottom line

The last thing a law-abiding gun owner should worry about during an emergency is forced confiscation from authorities.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, March 28, 2014

Editorial: Making way for the new Edsel

Obamacare is the biggest clunker to roll off the Beltway assembly line.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Editorial: Unsportsmanlike conduct

There's a place for amateurs and a place for professionals. Mixing the two diminishes the value of education and takes the fun out of college sports.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Another clog in the pipeline

The Keystone Canada-to-U.S. oil pipeline is ready to go. So what's the president waiting for?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Editorial: But not forgotten

This nation's ability to recognize and correct past injustice is part of what makes it the greatest nation in the world.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Par-Tee on

It gives Augustans the opportunity to join in the festive atmosphere that surrounds the world's greatest golf tournament.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Editorial: Bottom line

All successful businesses have at least one thing in common: They all started small. It's encouraging to know Augusta could be a prime place to make it big.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Putting faith in education

Expanding educational opportunities without bureaucratically burdening taxpayers and students is to be applauded.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Rotten to the core

The longer this goes on, the more quickly Americans will realize that Common Core is to education what Obamacare is to health care.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, March 21, 2014

Editorial: What would Jesus do? Not this!

Hostage to whatever demons stirred the toxins within, no one was more captive to his hatred than Fred Phelps.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Editorial: What's really behind this MOX cutoff?

The decision to halt MOX not only imperils South Carolina, but the entire nation.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: First a punt, now a turnover

Columbia County residents apparently will have to wait for bureaucrats in Atlanta to decide which health care provider - if any - will be best for them.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Editorial: A better class of students

Is the purpose of a public school system to funnel all children to a four-year liberal arts college, or to give them the skills needed to find the gainful employment of their choice?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

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