Articles from the Opinion section archive

Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014

Column: The next 20 years: Delph exercise helps people bring future into focus

Delphi exercises are especially powerful.
By Perry Smith

Guest Column: CSRA shouldn't allow Paine College to waver in its academic mission

Paine must continue on a path of significance in this community, the state, the nation and the world.
By Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Columbia County food pantries feed a need not everyone knows about

We appreciate all the support given to Columbia County Cares.
By David Iverson

Editorial: Unnecessary procedure

Does this sound like 21st-century America? It sounds more like the top-down central planning that brought misery to Soviet-era Eastern Europe.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Victim clearly unarmed

If a racist cop was to shoot my unarmed child, it would be a declaration of war.
By Ronald A. Nurse

Letter: Give kindly to seniors

I hope I've made your gift-giving decisions easier with this letter.
By Diane Forrester

Editorial: Time for some housekeeping

If dollars are flowing, taxpayers need to know where those dollars are going.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, Dec. 5, 2014

Editorial: An absence of justice

We stand with those who see a blatant miscarriage of justice in the lack of any criminal indictment.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Dwell on points of pride

Positive news will attract new people and businesses to the area. Continued negativity will not.
By Minta M. Nixon

Letter: Blacks are killing blacks

Blacks must remember to protest all forms of black murder - including black self-murder.
By Matthew Hutcherson, Ph.D.

Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014

Letter: Private probation flawed

Allowing this industry to work under this term simply is dishonest!
By Joey Brush

Letter: Get facts on immigration

If conservatives have any good ideas about what to do here, they should speak up.
By Alex Rice

Editorial: Camera-ready

In today's culture, body cams should be as much standard police equipment as guns and handcuffs.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Gun vote misfires

Is this "anti-crime" bill supposed to make Washington residents rest easier?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: GOP principles uplifting

God has blessed us in marvelous ways. Let's not mess it up.
By George Perkins

Letter: Grinch strikes Optimists

To the person or people who stole our trees: I hope you have a very merry Christmas.
By Barry L. Myers

Monday, Dec. 1, 2014

Editorial: Finish what you started

Republicans should restore MOX funding when they take control of Congress in January.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff
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Who guards the guardians?

Are guardians ad litem indispensable legal advocates, or court-sanctioned opportunists out for a buck?
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