Originally I wrote a guest column concerning the possibility of Richmond County voters extending to the mayor... Read more
I have read numerous letters to the editor in The Augusta Chronicle regarding the stigmatization of black people. I am... Read more
We are getting ready to get, or are already getting, what we deserve here in our great city.
Over the years, even amid positive... Read more
By all means, please, let us save the A.
While we bask in the recent decision by Georgia Regents University to add “Augusta” to its signs,... Read more
Recently, I appeared before the Augusta Commission concerning the implementation of a county merit system. It... Read more
The time has come when people in our community are becoming more aware of our political misguidance and even lack of reasonable progress. Because... Read more
Helen Keller once said: “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.”
Here in Richmond County,... Read more
If Congress does not greatly reduce the level of authority, size and overall scope of the Internal Revenue Service – particularly... Read more
Homosexuality may be the political can of worms that, after being opened, will manifest itself in such a way that our society may never be the... Read more