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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

Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010

Letter: Would voters elect a debtor governor?

Who is more transparent, Barnes or Deal? The answer is obvious.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Letter: GOP actions might haunt them later

The election in November may tell the tale -- not of President Obama's negatives, but of the Republican's continued disregard for the welfare of the people.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, March 26, 2010

Letter: Thankfully, health-care reform is law

The Republicans are gnashing their teeth because, however they tried, they could not stop the health-care reform bill from becoming law.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Feb. 26, 2010

Letter: Health-care summit was huge success

Not only was it fabulous, it was historic. For the first time, this president, Barack Obama, had the most transparent meeting with congressional leaders that this country had ever seen.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Jan. 22, 2010

Massachusetts setback won't deter Dems

Did the Democrats take a beating in Massachusetts? Yes they did. When you put together a weak candidate, a poor campaign, a state that already has health care, a complicated health-care bill from ...
By Lowell Greenbaum

Friday, Aug 28, 2009

Dems' health care will pass -- no lie

The Republicans claim that they want health-care reform. That is a lie! Lowell Greenbaum, Augusta
By Lowell Greenbaum

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Cartoon an insult to president

Rick McKee's editorial cartoon (Augusta Chronicle, June 6) depicting President Obama apologizing for D-Day to a fully uniformed Adolf Hitler, was neither funny, appropriate, informative nor true ...
By Lowell Greenbaum
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Former ANIC chief up for housing, development job

The former head of the struggling Augusta Neighborhood Improvement Corp. turned up Wednesday on Augusta's list of four finalists to head the Augusta Housing and Community Development department.
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