Articles from the Editorials section archive

Monday, July 21, 2014

Editorial: Turn out on Tuesday

Runoffs should be the time for voters to turn out in droves - to definitively decide close primary races, and make clear the will of the people.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Editorial: Net losses?

Do we want a vital segment of the economy subjected to the bureaucratic whims of Washington?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Editorial: Leadership, in a rudderless world

You needn't claim sides politically to see that this world needs a strong, secure America - one that is not ashamed to be strong and secure.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Editorial: Wanted: a servant leader

We hope the next administrator understands his or her job is only made easier when a spirit of openness is fostered with the public.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Don't wag your tail yet

Hopefully, the department's rescue-friendlier policy will lead to more thorough and innovative kill-reduction methods. It's called being proactive.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Editorial: Historic change

There is no debating Israel's natural and inherent right to self-defense.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, July 14, 2014

Editorial: Nothing to celebrate

If the law is allowed to stand as-is, many Americans will jettison Obamacare once they discover that its inherent flaws make free-riding safer than ever.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: More money, more problems

Remember your first summer job? It's too bad fewer young people have the chance to share your experience.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Editorial: The case for Kingston

Our state needs a senator to wage battle in a Democrat-entrenched Senate. And if you're going into battle, you want to send your most experienced personnel.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Editorial: Where did we put those blueprints?

What happens to a country that has lost its blueprint for freedom?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: One for the books

It's still perplexing as to why the retailer pulled Dinesh D'Souza's book in the first place.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Now the real work begins

Because the cats and dogs at Augusta Animal Services can't say it clearly to the city, we will. Thank you.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, July 11, 2014

Editorial: Highway robbery

The chronically bankrupt federal government's latest crisis is the Highway Trust Fund, which will run dry this summer.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Editorial: Needlessly delivering death

This community's patience has run out.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Editorial: Does this ring true?

Lady Justice shouldn't be allowed to peek under the blindfold to wink at a select few.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bottom line

The Constitution doesn't need to be reclaimed or retrieved from anyone. It's been there all along, for everyone.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, July 7, 2014

Editorial: A restoration of rights

Those who don't want anything to do with a union should be allowed to walk the other way.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Editorial: Don't dump this on us

This plan essentially turns SRS into a nuclear Roach Motel. Highly radioactive material checks in, but it doesn't check out.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: The era of cynicism

It's not just the repetitiveness or the nakedness of it that makes this administration's lying so dangerous to the body politic. It's also the premeditated nature of it.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Editorial: Stars and strife

Flying the American flag isn't the problem - it's the people who have a problem with people flying the American flag.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

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