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Articles from the Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff section archive

Saturday, Aug 16, 2014

Editorial: A great idea, ill-conceived

Without SPLOST and rousing public support, plans shift back to square one.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Aug 15, 2014

Editorial: Force won't bring justice

These escalating tensions will do nothing to deliver justice for Michael Brown.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Wednesday, Aug 13, 2014

Editorial: It can't be just handed off

Being American appears easy on the outside. Far from it.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Answer the atrocities

This president's detachment even gives "bystanders" a bad name, as many of them are willing to step in when needed.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Laughing and crying

Robin Williams stood shakily astride comedy and tragedy. As one saying goes, comedy merely is tragedy deferred.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Aug 11, 2014

Editorial: Find peace and seek justice

Our heart goes out to the mother who lost her son. But we urge her, and other citizens of Ferguson, to wait until many more facts are in.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bottom line

McIlroy tied for eighth in last year's Masters Tournament. We can't wait for his visit to Augusta next April.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Budget axes, not new taxes

If such cutbacks resulted in a reduction of services, so be it. Let the taxpaying public that funds those services decide whether those services are wanted or needed.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, Aug 10, 2014

Editorial: Choking businesses

"Choking" out businesses for doing nothing more than being morally at odds with the current administration smacks of totalitarianism.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Aug 8, 2014

Editorial: Another case for stronger borders

Anyone with nefarious intentions knows the easiest way to get into the United States is through its southern border.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, Aug 7, 2014

Editorial: Bottom line

Though Dr. Jesse L. Steinfeld's tenure in Augusta was short, he is credited with creating MCG's master plan.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: 'Squid pro quo?'

Unseemly, petty and spiteful are all apt descriptions of this affair. But none sum it up better than this word: disappointing.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Targeting treatment

The new grant strengthens our medical community and, hopefully, the health care it provides for all its residents.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, Aug 5, 2014

Editorial: Words matter - none more than these

This country was founded on the rule of law, not men. So words - the words of the Constitution and of our laws - matter.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bottom Line

Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., needs a refresher course on House decorum.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Unforgivable silence

Every nation that embraces freedom should rise and stand with oppressed Christians everywhere.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, Aug 4, 2014

Editorial: It's OK to be exceptional

Our Constitution, rule of law and our cherished freedoms are nothing to be embarrassed about.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Aug 1, 2014

Editorial: Hall finally gets our Guy

Congratulations, Ray. You've made it.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: A profoundly poor ldea

Impeachment is not a practical option - definitely not now, and probably not in the future.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Editorial: Tough under fire

In spite of our government's radical turn to the left, the right of Americans to keep and bear arms is at least being recognized in the courts.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff
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