Articles from the Opinion section archive

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Editorial: Getting off easy

If people want to get riled up over a police shooting, we can't think of a more egregious local case.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Letter: Serving, aiding different

The writer thinks that to be consistent, a Christian must refuse to serve other sinners.
By Shirley N. McBurney

Editorial: It takes two

Compromise certainly is possible. But it has to be a two-way street. And the demagoguing and demonizing needs to stop.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Letter: Change to boost economy

They say they have to make some tough decisions but they never make them because re-election is around the corner
By S.G. von Schweinitz

Letter: No excuse for cheating

This false perception of achievement does not benefit anyone.
By Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.

Editorial: 'Rolling Stone' gathers no discernment

It's as if the magazine has learned nothing from all of this.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Monday, April 6, 2015

Letter: S.C. ethics reform flawed

The "ethics reform" bill continues the government's arrogant, self-serving, "self-policing " concept.
By Thomas N. Dean

Letter: Religion can front bigotry

There are too many cowards out there who hide behind religion to avoid being called out as a bigot.
By John McBrayer

Editorial: No more cellblock 'selfies'

The Georgia prison system has a big problem on its hands with smuggled-in cellphones.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, April 5, 2015

Editorial: So long, Harry

With Reid out of the picture, America may finally get the solution it deserves on the long-term storage of nuclear waste.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Seek Hillary e-mail copies

There should be copies of them on a government server.
By Rex Faulkner

Letter: Honesty thrives in Augusta

I just celebrated that there are good people in the world, and they are everywhere.
By Alison Carnie

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Letter: Easter changed world

The open door that God set before America is closing.
By Gil Ward

Guest Column: A suggestion to the kingmakers: Cultivate your ability to compromise

The maturity to make these decisions calls for authorities to have excellent compromising skills.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Guest Column: FEMA wants Georgia to earn funds by crystal-ball storm forecasting

It seems as though FEMA's morals are as bad as their grasp of climate science.
By Patrick J. Michaels

Editorial: Questions in the pipeline

Eminent domain is an awesome power - one that should be used as infrequently as possible and ideally as a last alternative.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Leaders ignore issues

The so-called black leaders should say something about that.
By Woodrow Short
Opinion

Drawing the line

Eminent domain is an awesome power – one that should be used as infrequently as possible and ideally as a last alternative.
Catch up on Rick McKee's latest 'toons and browse the archive back to 2005.
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