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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Editorial: Not harsh, but deserved

The judge said it was "like the sickest thing that's ever happened in this town."
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: A diplomacy defense shield

It's hard to imagine "peace talks" ending in a more bellicose manner than this.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Iran nuke deal wretched

If I was the head of a Mideast nation, I would begin building nukes ASAP.
By Stephen B. McMillan

Letter: Don't jail those teachers

The purpose of this letter is to voice an inability to understand what could possibly be gained by such action.
By Mary Breeding

Letter: Road deal was inevitable

As Bob Dylan, the folk-poet of a generation, said many years ago: "Money doesn't talk - it swears."
By Joseph O'Connell

Letter: We don't need Hillary

Don't give her the keys to Air Force One. We need a reset - no new Democratic president.
By Don Garman

Guest Column: Top cyber words for 2015

Here's hoping both words are applied in the best possible ways. Our critical infrastructure depends on it.
By Tom Patterson

Letter: Candidate unfit for office

This deceitful pathological liar isn't qualified to run for dogcatcher.
By Gregory J. Topliff

Editorial: Bottom line

One careless traffic casualty involving a street basketball player would be too many.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Unready, set, go!

Could it be that Clinton is ready to run, but is an utterly unsuitable candidate?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, April 13, 2015

Letter: Law officers back Frantom

A vote for Sean today is a vote for the men and women of law enforcement and the citizens they serve.
By Patrick Cullinan

Editorial: Renewal blooms in Augusta

The Augusta National has simultaneously put itself on the cutting edge of improvement and renewal in the sport of golf.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Stay put or move forward?

Frantom not only embraces positive change, he wants to harness change to make it work best for Augusta.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Letter: Don't forget integrity

Perhaps that characteristic was not sought in the search for the last president.
By Ed Holmes

Editorial: Protecting the unborn

Congratulations to Kansas for bringing a gruesome, life-ending procedure to an end in the state.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Get schooled on proper behavior

Parents and children have enough serious preoccupations without having to worry about their teachers' behavior as well.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Letter: Pipeline questions linger

What will they really leave behind?
By Michael R. Putnam
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Axis of hegemony

Americans are understandably world-weary. But maybe we should be a little more world-wary.
Catch up on Rick McKee's latest 'toons and browse the archive back to 2005.
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Temple's novel filled with familiar characters

Merle Temple’s second novel, A Ren­ted World, is a tell-all book filled with local and state figures so thinly veiled he might as well have used their real names although he ...
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