Editorial: Between triumph and tragedy

Taking the virtuous path is nothing more than a decision we make.

Letter: Clarify nuclear article

Chernobyl was not an "accident," but was an experiment gone horribly wrong.

Letter: Trump is the top choice

I think he meets all the requirements for a Person of the Year.

Articles from the Opinion section archive

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Letter: Nation's corruption grows

No, the question should not be what God has done. Rather, it should be: What have we brought upon ourselves?
By William Zimmerman

Letter: Law firms backing Brown

We hope the citizens of Burke, Columbia and Richmond counties will join us in voting for Judge Carl Brown on May 24.

Letter: Foliage endangers drivers

Why do businesses and shopping centers plant view-obstructing bushes at the exits of their parking areas?
By Charles Slechta

Editorial: Tomorrow's Augusta

Buckle up, Augusta. This is getting good.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Guest Column: For the love of Paine

To continue educating those who need it most, we need funds from alumni, friends of the college and the CSRA community.
By Samuel Sullivan, Ph.D.

Editorial: We're entitled to the truth

Whom is the administration protecting? It sure isn't the American people.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Letter: Don't like it? Then leave

The Associated Press put forth another soul-crunching "world is falling" article about how the GOP is destroying this country.
By Richard Wilson

Letter: Sympathy is unwanted

I make no apologies for not having seen combat. And I make no apologies for the retired pay and other benefits I am receiving.
By Marvin D. Timm Sr.

Editorial: Decorum disappears

Decades ago, such low-class, lowbrow, oafish insults and outrages would reflect poorly on the parents of those involved. We need to bring that back!
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: More telling miscues

Having an eye on the big picture is paramount. But having an eye for detail is no less important.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Editorial: Defending the individual

This case could signal the end of the individual in America, at least as we've known it under the Constitution.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Scrap Electoral College

I think it is time either to abolish the Electoral College or implement a new system.
By Frankie Barry

Guest Column: In the push to manage pain, opioids have spurred another drug problem

We need to act quickly, thoughtfully and effectively before more poorly conceived, heavy-handed regulations are imposed upon us.
By Craig Kerins, M.D.

Guest Column: Consumer sophistication can help replace government regulations

Consumers and investors are badly in need of financial education.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Letter: Don't call me 'dear'

The unwanted intimacy made me cringe.
By Chrsitina Petrides

Letter: Time for Wilson to go

Joe Wilson treats the taxpayers of South Carolina like mushrooms. He feeds us manure and keeps us in the dark.
By Andy Windham

Editorial: Entirely unjustified

If it doesn't shock the conscience of the community, God help us.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Letter: Rethink recreation fees

After all, our children are our future.
By Mattie Mitchell

Big surprise

How’s your health-care coverage? We don’t mean the coverage from your insurance company. We mean from the media. Frankly, it doesn’t appear to be very good.  
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