Stories by Jeff Annis

Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013

Column: Dependence on government is crippling American initiative

As a society we need to face the harsh reality that we need to create a better environment for freedom and prosperity.
By Jeff Annis

Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013

Column: Administration's logic for attacking Syria doesn't hold water

If we start shooting at Syria, we will be going alone.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Column: Don't be deluded by government scare tactics over sequestration

Current economic policies are not working. Continuing on this path will spell economic doom for our children and grandchildren.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013

Guest Column: Minimum-wage boost will harm freedom and growth

Increased minimum-wage requirements will have the exact opposite result than desired.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Column: Big government relentlessly torments and destroys our schools

Taxpayers pay the vast cost of government intrusion into educational systems that used to provide an excellent quality education.
By Jeff Annis

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Letter: To fight pests, think local

I hope our local readers will trust one of their locally grown pest control professionals over a dreamer from across the country.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, Aug 22, 2010

Guest Column: Government growth breaking the private sector's back

Every intrusion into the way you live your life by all levels of government shrinks the prospects for private-sector job improvement going forward.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, Nov. 8, 2009

Unhealthy for small businesses

One more reason to not own a small business is on the horizon.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, July 19, 2009

Bad prescription for business

I am a small-business employer. I am very concerned about the pending health-care reform being proposed in Washington, D.C.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Meddlesome government red tape hamstrings American businesses

As a small-business owner in the CSRA, I have some observations about the current economic crisis that might be helpful to readers.
By Jeff Annis

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Pastor had some skewed views on the state of modern-day education

Pastor Richard L. Davis wrote a guest opinion ("System keeps black students trapped in low-performing schools," July 15). I have some observations having to do with his assertions.
By Jeff Annis
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