I am trying to come to terms with our federal government, but I find the dysfunctional thought process in Washington too... Read more
Perhaps the dominant theme of recent editorials in The Augusta Chronicle has been President Obama, Democrats and the economy. Virtually... Read more
Somewhere this week in Richmond County, 12 young girls will become pregnant. Statistically speaking, they will face persistent poverty; a high... Read more
The anti-government angst behind the Aug. 24 editorial "A fat waste of money" is understandable, but the editorial unfortunately is... Read more
I have worked at the interface of medicine, psychology and psychiatry, and morality (ethics) for 40 years, having been on the faculty... Read more
As Georgians gather today with friends and family to celebrate America's Independence Day, parades, barbecues, fireworks and picnics... Read more
April 24 to May 1 is National Infant Immunization Week.
Over the past 10-12 years, many non-scientific groups have expressed... Read more
The tyranny of the Democratic left can no longer be denied.
A president whose approval rating is under 50 percent after only... Read more
For those of you who never met, knew or worked with Pat Sodomka, you missed a wonderful opportunity.
As an associate professor... Read more
Every day we hear about how scientific research improves and saves lives.
Because of research, Helen Whitehead of Swainsboro, Ga. -- whom... Read more