Articles from the Opinion section archive

Friday, June 17, 2016

Editorial: A fake argument

If only he prosecuted the war on terror with such fervor!
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, June 16, 2016

Letter: Sports Council winning

We are excited to see what the future holds for our organization in the next 25 years.
By Stacie B. Adkins

Letter: Champ recalled fondly

It was amazing, and I'll always remember him saying, "Be the best at what you're doing."
By Tunk Martin

Editorial: Banning isn't the answer

Major newspapers and networks that have long covered the news deserve unfettered access equal to that of their peers.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Letter: What's up with Romney?

Yes, I'm mad - and I'd like for Romney to explain!
By William Zimmerman

Letter: We must change course

Our response must be borne of love and compassion.
By Kimberly Henderson

Editorial: Left blames right for this?

It is definitely Orwellian. And it shows how utterly intellectually bankrupt liberalism has become.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Has it finally gone too far?

This is a Christian country - not Muslim, voodoo or any other religion. We must keep it that way.
By John Gasko

Letter: Important anniversary marks city on a new frontier

Our city has a story full of adventure, charm and beauty.
By John R. Barney, M.S., Ed.S.

Editorial: If you see something, do something

Eschew the politically correct blinders of this administration and see the truth: that radical Islam exists, and that it is at war with us.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Letter: Cry to God, or get worse

If we do not cry to God, study and live by our Bibles, then worse, far worse, is on the horizon (Romans 8:18-32).
By Ed Payne and M.D.

Letter: Clinton inartful dodger

As an independent voter, Clinton's statement that she plans to continue Obama's failed policies is far from what this country needs.
By Gregory J. Topliff

Editorial: Bottom Line - guns

Now, at least in the Ninth Circuit, one must come on bended knee to the seat of government for the king's permission to carry.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: If it's not illegal, then it must be legal

Here's hoping the appellate courts take the side of limited government and individual freedom.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Letter: Time to speak up

Citizens can no longer afford to allow these actions to continue.
By Donald Sterling

Column: View from a 50th college reunion - backward and forward - looks good

For most of us, our dreams became realities.
By Lawrence Devoe, M.D.
Opinion

When socialism collapses

Increasingly Americans are drawn not to what works, but to what makes them feel good. Have you noticed that they’re always comparing capitalism’s warts to socialism’s theories? Ask a Venezuelan: It’s hard to eat theory for lunch.
Catch up on Rick McKee's latest 'toons and browse the archive back to 2005.
 
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