Nathan Kirby


Letter: Unity makes me proud

I don’t think I’ve ever been prouder of the United States in my 43 years than right now.

I’m so proud and super happy... Read more

Letter: We're not great? Really?...

I genuinely don’t understand Donald Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again.”

Is this some sort of secret... Read more

Letter: Actions stem from hate

Throughout my life, I’ve known too many people who complain about African-Americans and other U.S. minorities “depending on the government for... Read more

Letter: All lives are important

I support the people nonviolently protesting the deaths of Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y., and Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. It’s so uncommon... Read more

Letter: Will heads roll in November?

A few weeks ago, rock ’n’roll legend and Republican superstar Ted Nugent, in a very public interview, said, “If Obama is re-elected, I will either... Read more

Letter: Can our violence be terror?

Jacob Burris, an Arkansas Democratic campaign manager, came home one very cold day this past January to find his cat mutilated on his doorstep... Read more

Letter: Nonviolent resistance works

Frequently, when I discuss the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the notion arises that nonviolent resistance could only work in a First World country... Read more

Letter: Deputy deserves memorial

Deputy James D. Paugh’s death in the line of duty is one of the most heroic stories in Augusta’s history. It is also one of its most tragic.... Read more