It is a little difficult to imagine that, more than a century ago, women in the United States and in many countries all over the world were not... Read more
There are many names people prefer not to be called, and I would imagine being called “fat” is high on that list.
You look at a little child... Read more
To my supporters, friends and fans in Augusta, I wish to submit my sincere apologies to those who thought that, in the 2005 Augusta mayoral... Read more
Record-breaking triple-digit temperatures over the past few weeks have people trying to stay cool the best way they can. School’s out, and family... Read more
Just as children are a gift from God, so are our fathers.
As special as fathers are, in terms of holiday notoriety, gifts and revenues, they... Read more
It was 2003 and I was planning my Fourth Annual Regional Minority Small Business Conference. My previous events had attracted small, minority and... Read more
Why is there so much resistance among a large number of African-Americans to the idea of limited government?
Is it because of... Read more
Twenty-plus years ago, much of Augusta's commerce activity came from the southern portion known as south Augusta. Augusta's first mall, Regency... Read more