Stories by Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Articles from the Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff section archive

Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014

Editorial: Rising to our defense

Olens delivered. And voters should vote to keep him in office Nov. 4.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: The infection has spread

It's not lack of money that ails the CDC - it's the toxic, contagious politicization of the agency.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014

Editorial: Justice denied

Can anyone at this point be punished? Not likely. But can something be learned? Most certainly.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Keep Kemp

Kemp's record speaks for itself. Keep him in.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Oct. 13, 2014

Editorial:The price of fame

Why do schools and their athletic associations crack down on athletes' ability to reasonably profit from their own names and likenesses?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Three 'yes' votes

The ballot language and the decisions are simple.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: We're in good company

This community should be proud it is located in one of the nation's most-generous regions.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014

Editorial: David Perdue stands solidly for change

David Perdue's platform is solid. His ideas are clear. His vision is a plan Georgians can rally behind.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Rick Allen represents the real deal

Americans say they're tired of self-serving, duplicitous, forever-politicians in Washington. How do you change that? Vote for someone like Rick Allen.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

Editorial: A whistle blown too late

There is nothing courageous about having a front-row seat to a train wreck in progress and never bothering to call 9-1-1.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014

Editorial: A killer commencement address

The only free expression and discourse many campuses appear to welcome these days is the far left-wing variety.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Hudgens has it

The most experienced candidate for state insurance commissioner is the incumbent, Ralph Hudgens. He deserves your vote.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Excise city government first

Manufacturers are an increasingly rare commodity in American business, and they should be celebrated, not taxed into oblivion.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014

Editorial: Unreasonable force?

Police have little business storming through front doors like Navy SEALS unless there is a legitimate threat to officers or the public.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Keep agriculture in the Black

We don't know if Black still can fit into his old high-school Future Farmers of America jacket, but he's still a great fit to lead Georgia agriculture.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bumbling Biden

Someone remind us why the media questioned Dan Quayle's fitness for office but not Joe Biden's.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014

Editorial: Keep it civil

If a self-governed nation can't discuss the nation's direction and challenges in a civil, respectful way, how is this thing going to work?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Taxing their energy

Commissioners, tax your own energy - in looking for spending cuts - before taxing the manufacturing community's.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, Oct. 4, 2014

Editorial: Drop the PR - stop the disease

Public confidence will require more than pat-on-the-head rhetoric. As University of Georgia football fans like to say, it's time to hunker down.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Oct. 3, 2014

Editorial: Ready for revival

The details of Paine's troubles are unique, but the broader picture reflects shared problems among many HBCUs nationwide.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff
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