While we have this lull during the Syrian crisis – waiting for Congress to either give the president the go-ahead and take military... Read more
I made a personal decision to back away from public commentary on happenings around me, trying to concentrate instead on my... Read more
Gun tragedies have touched many of our lives in one way or another. Mine was touched twice – the killing of my nephew, who died in my... Read more
This upcoming presidential election is, as some have said, perhaps the most important one we have had in the past century.
It... Read more
I always have been curious, asking questions – not necessarily directly and openly, but within my own mind. This is a place of... Read more
I am asking for your help in understanding a couple of popular sayings, usually heard in conservative circles: that “government is... Read more
I do not know what it is about Augusta when it comes to embracing new ideas.
There are so many native Augustans and transplants... Read more
Recently, I attended an arts community gathering at the Augusta-Richmond County Library's main branch. It was spearheaded by the CSRA African-... Read more
Most of what I write comes through inspiration coupled with many years of experience dealing with people from all aspects of life. This subject is... Read more
During February, I spent two days doing something I had trained to do more than 50 years ago, but had not done so in almost as many years: I... Read more