Articles from the Opinion section archive

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Editorial: Can Iran be trusted?

The 98-1 vote in the Senate and 400-25 vote in the House is a vote of no confidence in this administration's diplomatic abilities.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Letter: Help fight Alzheimer's

This is a fight Rotarians are committed to! You can help!
By Kathy Tuckey

Editorial: Some growing up to do

It's one thing to give birth to a child. It's quite another thing to be a parent.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: A height of hypocrisy

What we should all want is a judge or justice who applies the law fairly and without bias. Period.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Editorial: A fair advantage

The clinic is giving books to children 6 months up to 5 years each time they come in for well-child appointments, and parents are being encouraged to read to their kids. An advantage? You bet. One ...
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Be kind to environment

I am confused over how Earth Day is "forced upon us," either by Hollywood or any entity for that matter. 
By Delia Hinson

Letter: Does nation want to fail?

If America is going to fail, it will be by our own will.
By Clifford Henning

Letter: Spiritual leader missed

In March, I lost a dear friend - Gen. Eva Burrows, the international commander of the Salvation Army.
By Ed Zeigler

Letter: GMO labeling is needed

Perhaps we might choose GMO foods because they look nicer, keep longer in the fridge, etc. But let us make that choice with all the information. What are they afraid of?
By Pax Bobrow

Editorial: Pipeline pushed back - for now

Kinder Morgan's appeal is not a "second opinion" - it's a request to determine whether the denial was made legally.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Letter: Put worker safety first

Employee safety should be the city's first priority.
By Mattie Mitchell

Letter: Many churches historic

I hope Historic Augusta will do its job and help all churches like Historic Spirit Creek Baptist Church.
By Joseph Diggs Sr.

Editorial: Where are the questions?

Barack Obama, having already lost the peace in Iraq, is now losing the war.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Make work smoke-free

I hope commissioners will consider voting in favor of a smoke-free ordinance for workplaces in Augusta.
By Rachel Joiner

Letter: Ad litem changes dubious

We need people who are dedicated and truly love children.
By Faye Walker

Editorial: The real causes of crime

This nation doesn't have a gun crisis. The nation has a morals deficit.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff
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Can Iran be trusted?

The Obama administration has made it appear as if there are only two choices in dealing with Iran: their framework agreement, or outright war.
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