Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015

Guest Column: Chief Justice John Roberts unleashes Orwellian rhetoric in his decisions

Politics raised its head, not the rule of law.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Small hope can lead to big independence

It doesn't sound like much, does it? But when you're living with a disability, it means the world.
By Vicki Greene

Guest Column: Help CSRA's women, girls fight cancer

Here's your chance to be there for the women and teenage girls Lydia serves.
By Hap Harris

Column: The Moving Wall is coming to Evans to deliver a moving experience

This is a fine time to study and honor the heroism of so many brave Americans.
By Perry Smith

Guest Column: Paine College's rich history is a monument to pioneering racial relations

We should treasure this history, study it and use it to eradicate our own racial problems, and to again lead the nation in race relations.
By Mallory K. Millender, D.A.H.

Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015

Column: Departing House speaker is one of dysfunctional Congress' few adults

We will do well if his successor conducts himself in the same principled way.
By Ed Conant

Guest Column: Medical center takes pride in improving health care for CSRA veterans

We pledge our support to veterans and the community to continuously improve with the goal of service and health-care excellence.
By Maria R. Andrews

Ryan: Now is the time for all good Jodi Lotts to come to the aid of their country

She is, in short, running for all the right reasons.
By Michael Ryan

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015

Guest Column: To escape poverty, the world needs freedom

I hope you will agree that all of us need to work together to promote, protect and defend religious freedom, political freedom and economic freedom.
By Gerard Francis Lameiro, Ph.D.

Column: Issues that drew me into state House election already are being addressed

New representation will ensure those of us in District 123 will have a strong voice in the future.
By Bob Young

Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015

Column: Grading the candidates

This is broken into three categories: As, Bs and Cs.
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.

Column: Republican candidates must focus on Obama's foreign-policy shortcomings

The Obama Doctrine's emphasis on peace through leading from behind has not worked.
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.

Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015

Column: Immigration, tax reform emerged as strong Republican debate topics

Outlining a Fair Tax or flat tax may win over primary voters, but how will it affect general election voters?
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.

Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015

Column: Grab your cameras -- Theodore Roosevelt is coming to Augusta

If you arrive before the time of his presentation, you will be greeted at the door by Mr. Roosevelt.
By Perry Smith

Guest Column: Donations go far in rescuing, protecting animals

When people are struggling, the pets in their care suffer. We can help.
By Lorna Barrett

Column: To counter dying roots of American order, we must return to our past

To resolve our country's ills, we must examine the present through the past.
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.

Guest Column: Relationship repair: Keep dialogue open between police, community

Positive, proactive police-community relations are critical to uniting our communities and to keeping our citizens safe
By Edward J. Tarver

Guest Column: 'Never Again Is Now' rally drew thousands in name of racial, spiritual unity

When more than 20,000 people from all 50 states and five foreign countries show up for a sermon, the public might be interested.
By Pam Shumway

Column: Themes permeated candidates' forum

So here we have a very serious constitutional debate between religious liberty in the context of free exercise, and the equal-protection clause.
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.

Friday, Sept. 18, 2015

Column: Jindal, Graham win undercard debate

Jindal finished first because of Graham's focus on war and foreign policy.
By Craig Douglas Albert Ph.D.
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