Articles from the Letters section archive

Friday, Oct. 3, 2014

Letter: Cut off U.N. freeloaders

The United States has footed the bill for the U.N. long enough. Why can't some other country use its generosity to let the U.N. pitch its tent there?
By A E. Waters

Thursday, Oct. 2, 2014

Letter: Columnist off on Gohmert

The murder of our ambassador and other Americans in Benghazi is hardly a "fake problem."
By Rita Holland

Letter: President sells us short

We have freed more people and created more wealth than any country on Earth.
By Marion Shaw

Letter: Young GOPers are back

The Young Republicans of Augusta chapter is renewing its charter and is seeking new members.
By Steve Sanders

Letter: Night visit unwelcome

I can't think of a better way to convince me to vote Republican than this type of intrusiveness.
By Hanson Carter

Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014

Guest Column: Reject pro-choice's false moral codes

Please vote for our children and our society with an informed and moral conscience this November. Lives depend on it!
By Mark Tribby, D.V.M.

Monday, Sept. 29, 2014

Letter: Barrow's a great actor

John Barrow could win awards as an actor; his political ads are truly award-winning.
By Ken Dendinger

Letter: Colleges lack freedom

Today, the curriculum is not so much to educate the student as it is to indoctrinate the student into liberal thinking.
By Gil Ward

Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014

Letter: Barrow ad misleads

Hopefully most Georgians can differentiate between true greed and malfeasance and putting a very negative spin on your opponent's acceptable business practices.
By William Glidden

Friday, Sept. 26, 2014

Letter: Don't delay appointment

This not the first time a commissioner has been appointed to fill the unexpired term of a commissioner to a special election.
By Jerry P. Brigham

Letter: She's happy about this?

A lady called into a radio program recently to declare how "happy" she was with President Obama, whom she called "my president."

Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014

Letter: Nunn's father uninspiring

This is the way slimy congressional Democrats work.
By Charles Schell

Letter: Foster multiculturalism

Honoring multiple cultures and preserving freedom of speech and of religion always have been the hallmarks of American ideals.
By Laura Quaynor, Ph.D.

Letter: Perdue ads clearly false

These ads really make Perdue look like a liar and a cheater, both qualities I believe voters are not looking for in a senatorial candidate.

Letter: Allen is a public servant

His honesty, experience and success in the business world far better equip him to serve us in Congress than an Ivy League lawyer.
By George Perkins

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014

Letter: Barrow helpful to vets

I am asking all veterans to forgo party affiliation and vote together for him.
By Joseph Diggs Sr.

Letter: Wilson's record slipping

The grassroots conservative group Heritage Action rated Wilson in the low 90s several years ago on its scorecard. He now ranks 71.
By Chuck Tatum

Monday, Sept. 22, 2014

Letter: Excise tax is a bad idea

Our commissioners have many tough decisions ahead - but the imposition of an excise tax should be eliminated from consideration.
By Kevin P. Holleran

Letter: Act on climate change

As a global leader, the United States cannot stand around waiting for other countries to take the initiative on this important issue.
By Alicia Simon

Letter: Put tireless worker in D.C.

I have known Rick Allen for more than 40 years. He is like one of my own children.
By Loulie Driggers

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