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Articles from the Letters section archive
Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014
Letter: America could be next
If communism stinks, we Americans had best get accustomed to the stench.
By Tedd Antonacci
Letter: Give answers on animals
The "A" in "Save the A" is now "animals," and we are going to keep talking about this until we have some answers from GRU.
By B.J. Amesbury
Letter: Replace Graham with Cash
Richard Cash unabashedly talks about the ?three Cs? in his platform ? Christianity, capitalism and the Constitution.
By Robert G. Gossett
Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014
Letter: Seek energy independence
Creating real jobs is the real issue and should be an action, not more political rhetoric.
Letter: Jump-start our economy
Work, capital and brains are what built this country and made it great.
By George Perkins
Monday, Feb. 10, 2014
Letter: Slanted puffery continues
Print media need to free themselves from this virtual information monopoly that controls the populace.
By Tom Hunter
Letter: Morals are under siege
The shame is not on those who persecute us. The same is that we do not stand against it.
By Clifford Henning
Letter: 'Dreaded darkness' awaits
Both great men of vision, sensitive to the fragility of human nature on which freedom hangs, spoke of a dreaded darkness that waits in the wings.
By A.G. Blackmon
Letter: Fire spurs Samaritans
What we witnessed as a result of the tragedy was astounding.
By Nina J. Raeth
Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014
Letter: GRU is community jewel
It would be great for the university and our community if everyone worked together with a positive attitude ...
By Mitchell A. Watsky, Ph.D.
Letter: Christianity is a hard sell
Funny, the personal contact with the God of Creation is no longer exciting. Too bad. He just won't go away!
By Gil Ward
Friday, Feb. 7, 2014
Letter: Cure bloated government
Will we correct these problems at the ballot box?
By S.G. von Schweinitz
Letter: Life must be protected
In a healthy, moral society, we must conclude that all life must be legally protected and defended from conception until natural death.
By Vern Simon
Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014
Letter: Unfettered capitalism bad
It may sound like a cliché, but the rich get richer and the poor get poorer.
By Daniel Barden
Letter: Blame the right people
If he were a Democrat, you Republicans know you'd be yelling for his ousting.
By Lee Benedict
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2014
Letter: Extend compensation now
It means money taken out of a still-fragile economy.
By Roger Hickey
Letter: Judge plans on merits
We believe the residents of the county and region will be best served by a focus on which proposal offers the highest value and greatest care to the citizens and taxpayers.
By David D. Bogorad, F.A.C.S. and M.D.
Letter: Ban dangerous fracking
If the numbers are correct, replacing coal with gas from fracking in generating electric power will add to, not reduce, our greenhouse.
By Victor Reilly
Monday, Feb. 3, 2014
Letter: Nation's future at stake
The election cycle in 2014 is crucial to the future of the country.
By Robert Smock
Letter: Country reaches new ebb
This is what happens when you have an administration that lacks maturity and experience, and mainstream media that don't expose the truth.
By Frank Chandler
Augusta candidate took prohibited donations
Running his first race for Congress, Eugene Yu found a generous supporter in his friend and fellow Augusta businessman Wayne B. Brown. Too generous.
GBI finds no case against Russell
Chain restaurant to replace historic Evans building
Eight-year-old boy struck by car
GRU officer-involved shooting suspect jailed
Murder trial begins in 2008 triple homicide
Staff Photos of the Week: March 3-9
Sunday round at Doral
Cookin For Kids II
Garden City Classic Dart Tournament
Morris Museum Gala
Clark Zumba Fest
Roast On River
Cookin’ For Kids
Cirque de la Symphonie
No evidence ex-administrator Fred Russell violated law, GBI says
Gav. Deal says he'll sign bill to let bars open on Sunday during St. Patrick's
Widespread Panic coming to Augusta on June 11
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