Once again the editors of The Augusta Chronicle cannot connect the dots.
In the editorial, “... Read more
“These Disunited States” (June 5) is another diatribe that has become a mantra on The Augusta Chronicle pages,... Read more
The Puritan ethic lies behind the war on drugs – a war we have lost since prohibition and continue to lose.
Heroin, for... Read more
Since I moved to Augusta in 1973, if I’ve learned one thing it’s this: You always can count on the Augusta Commission to disappoint.
The... Read more
Despite the inane, senseless tragedy at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, the family of God there came together in love, peace and forgiveness.... Read more
One can hope that columnist Craig Douglas Albert (“Religion in society provides desperately needed social control,” March 22) can continue to... Read more
As a Class of 1980 Medical College of Georgia graduate, it was thrilling to read Dr. Peter Buckley’s column “Medical College of Georgia on strong... Read more
The Augusta Chronicle had many accolades and a few criticisms for Deke Copenhaver (“Setting the right tone,” Jan. 4). However, eventually... Read more
In many Christian churches, the readings for the weekend of Sept. 6-7 included Scriptures from Ezekiel, Romans and Matthew.
In Ezekiel 33:7-... Read more
I wonder if The Augusta Chronicle’s editorial staff can think beyond their own ignorance.
I have lauded The Chronicle in... Read more