Stories by Lowell Greenbaum

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Letter: We should thank Obama

This president is doing very well, thank you.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, May 2, 2014

Letter: Bill not about local races

Facts are important.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Feb. 28, 2014

Letter: Workers invisible to GOP

Let's change the scene and throw Deal and his buddies out so working people will become visible again.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2014

Letter: Deal offers better target

Gov. Deal may not have large ears, but The Chronicle should portray him as sitting with his hands in his pockets as 600,000 Georgians are at risk for their health and welfare.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Monday, Nov. 25, 2013

Letter: Deal refuses needed funds

In 2014, Deal will be running for re-election. His callous act harming 600,000 Georgians and our hospitals will come home to roost.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013

Letter: Cruz is the new McCarthy

We went through the McCarthy era, and we learned what a demagogue in power can do.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Aug 2, 2013

Letter: Barrow is devoted servant

What would The Chronicle have said if he turned his back and let the 3,000 workers lose 5 percent of their wages?
By Lowell Greenbaum

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Letter: Obama is a friend to Israel

The Republicans who whispered before the election that Obama was no friend of Israel may continue to believe so, but the rest of the world and the Israelis themselves are now convinced he is.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013

Letter: GOP's Sandy vote shameful

Georgia Republicans have set a terrible example because sooner or later, we too will suffer the ravages of nature and have to appeal for government aid.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Nov. 9, 2012

Letter: Who's on the wrong track?

The people of Augusta and the nation told "The Chronicle" it was on the wrong track big-time!
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, June 29, 2012

Letter: Ruling improves health

Hopefully, Republicans will realize that opposing the president's policies for political purposes is not working.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, May 4, 2012

Letter: Obama is ending the war

Our country is much safer since he ordered the death of Osama bin-Laden.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Guest Column: Obama is our truly presidential president

President Obama has more than proved himself as he moves our country forward.
By Lowell Greenbaum and Ph.D.

Sunday, Dec. 25, 2011

Letter: Obama ended costly war

President Obama ended the nine-year war in Iraq as he had promised he would.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011

Guest Column: Work with president to move nation forward

It is time to stand up and say to those in Congress and those who write in The Chronicle: We are going forward.
By Lowell Greenbaum and Ph.D.

Tuesday, Aug 9, 2011

Letter: Time to clean up the Tea Party's mess

The party of “no! no! no!” will not be satisfied until they have wiped out Social Security benefits and the new health-care benefits.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Letter: Did editorial distort Obama's words?

The Chronicle juried up the concept that Obama equates the Seder meaning to foment the Palestinians going against Israel.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Letter: Don't strip power from union workers

Union collective bargaining prevents contractors from using cheap labor from other countries, thereby denying jobs for Augustans.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

Letter: Shooting spurs an avalanche of 'whys'

Unfortunately, some "patriots" like it just as it is, and even more unfortunate is that if attitudes don't change, more "whys" are yet to come.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2010

Letter: Democrats fared better than you think

The citizens of the county knew what the election meant and turned out to win for the Democrats, and figured out the right way to go.
By Lowell Greenbaum

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