Editorial: Enough to make you sick

There's no lack of ideas to retool the program - only a lack of political will.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Column: Your leadership blind spots - have you seen them? If so, you can benefit

While we may be able to deny our problems to ourselves, they remain obvious to those working with us.
By Jeffrey W. Foley

Guest Column: Thirty years in, advocate still answers the call to stand against abortion

It will be a long hard pull, but nothing is impossible with God.
By Gary Garner

Guest Column: Dear Tiger: Maybe it's time to back away from golf and humble yourself

Try to forget about the old Tiger. Make a new start.
By Grady Abrams

Letter: Christians' best tool is love

But first, we must decide whose law demands our full attention - man's law? Or the law of the Creator of the Universe?
By Bill Davison Jr.

Articles from the Opinion section archive

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Letter: Legal aid helps victims

Our goal at Georgia Legal Services is to help keep survivors safe.
By Ken Jones

Guest Column: Six years in, company continues to fulfill liquid waste mission at SRS

We continue to lead this nation in results and delivering the department's important liquid waste mission.
By Stuart MacVean

Guest Column: Disability rights have become civil rights

We are talking about inclusion and equality - not special treatment.
By Tiffany Clifford

Guest Column: Court decision foreshadows more problems

Sadly, this state of affairs, with the judiciary rising in ascendancy and legislatures declining, was not envisioned by our Founders.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Column: Upcoming C-SPAN programs will highlight Augusta's history, authors

A few months ago, a team of producers and videographers visited Augusta.
By Perry Smith

Editorial: Now praying

"So it's not just two hours of eye candy; you leave and you're changed, you're inspired."
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, July 25, 2015

Letter: Trump brings fresh air

Now along comes some guy who wants to rock the boat!
By William Zimmerman

Editorial: Gun laws don't deter the bad guys

The only effect anti-gun laws have is making it easier for bad guys to victimize the good guys.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: What Trump taps into

In the absence of true leadership and faithful and effective representation, even demagoguery sounds good to more voters.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, July 24, 2015

Letter: Interest rules flawed

I haven't heard even one bank or one of the 535 politicians in Congress disagree with what's going on.
By A.C. Forgay

Letter: How much is enough?

Instead of the commission being willing to trust the people on this, it uses its bare majority to run roughshod over us.
By Phil Motes

Editorial: Cold callousness

A society that can't correct this abomination is a society that respects neither the living nor the dead.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Letter: Rebuild the middle class

The family unit is the basis for a well-functioning state.
By S.G. von Schweinitz

Letter: Obama's Iran deal logical

What is the alternative to the plan? Sanctions will not work anymore.
By Lowell Greenbaum

Editorial: Bottom line

Whoever's responsible for the vandalism has ceded any high ground in the same-sex marriage debate by sinking to a spiteful, reprehensible low.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Clueless or heartless?

It's the type of decision one could and should make in seconds.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff
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