Stories by William Shackelford

Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011

Letter: Nanny state's cell service is an outrage

The involuntary taking of their money, if done in public, is called armed robbery. When government does it, it's called "fairness" or "wealth redistribution."
By William Shackelford
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Harsh sentence for Islamic State support

An Augusta man intent on joining the terrorist Islamic State was sentenced Tuesday to the maximum 15-year prison term for criminal attempt to provide assistance to a terrorist organization.
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