On Feb. 19, an Associated Press story was run by most of the nation’s 1,500 newspapers that attacked the New York City Police Department for... Read more
The recent addition of new wire services for The Augusta Chronicle, to provide balance for liberal Associated Press stories, is a start,... Read more
Freedom comes with a price, but it won't be journalism that pays it.
The May 29 Augusta Chronicle cartoon, which had a price tag... Read more
The recent letter ("AP 'analysis' designed to skew views," April 20) suggesting the Associated Press had a mole inside The Augusta Chronicle's... Read more
"You're known by the company you keep" is a familiar saying. Newspaper wire services, such as the Associated Press, are known by the subjects they... Read more
Columnist Charles Krauthammer wrote Dec. 18 that liberal Democrat President Obama got himself out of a difficult situation by supporting the... Read more
In September, I wrote a letter to the editor which curbed the enthusiasm of Republicans hoping for big victories in November's midterm elections,... Read more
The old story about crying "wolf" when there's no wolf, and not being taken seriously should there really be a wolf, applies to... Read more
Journalism is not asking for the destruction of democracy. It's getting down on its knees and begging for it.
One way this... Read more
On Nov. 21, 2003, I wrote a letter to the editor that showed, by actual count, the Associated Press approving war when it was... Read more