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Letter: Put furloughs in perspective

It is not a practice I generally exercise to respond to a comment found in the Rants and Raves section of The Augusta Chronicle. People... Read more

Letter: New program lifts students

This week, East Georgia State College and Georgia Regents University received approval from the University System of Georgia Board of Regents to... Read more

Letter: America destined to fail

America is a godless nation, destined to fail.

The truth is always hard to hear and a bitter pill to swallow. When God removes his... Read more

Letter: Workers acted shamefully

My wife and I went to a store recently to buy some needed groceries and get photos copied. While at the checkout, there was a couple ahead of us... Read more

Column: Are we headed for socialism? It's more like social...

I meant to write this column four years ago when Barack Obama was first elected president. Now that I am mourning the results of this past... Read more

Guest Column: Incomes are neither distributed nor shared; they are...

 

For decades, our media have bombarded us with income pie charts and bar graphs, showing the share of the nation’s annual income that... Read more

Letter: Don't erase our foundation...

As a recent retiree from the University of Cincinnati, I find Georgia Health Sciences University President Ricardo Azziz’s perceptions of the... Read more

Guest Column: Government's warped idea of fairness is ruining our...

Any just government has an obligation to ensure that all of its citizens are treated equally in the eyes of the law. This premise was the... Read more

Letter: Hyphens? No

“To hell with the hyphen” was a phrase I was taught some time ago by my sixth-grade teacher. It is a quote often attributed to Theodore Roosevelt... Read more

Letter: Science is not religion

In response to Mandi Campbell’s May 26 guest column (“Sheep shorn bare: This wolf wants fewer religious freedoms”): As a professor of biology, I... Read more