Articles from the Opinion section archive

Monday, May 11, 2015

Editorial: A famous face in the crowd

Many teachers use crowdfunding to pay for items or projects in their classrooms. That's not a bad thing.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Court of public opinion

One online commenter perhaps summed it up best: "I think if Joey were here to read some of these comments, he would be appalled."
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Sunday, May 10, 2015

Letter: Freedom is not a weapon

I don't understand why, in this Age of Reason, the First Amendment is being twisted.
By Zia Rehman

Letter: Arrest radical Islamists

Please, we do not want another 9/11.
By Stephen B. McMillan

Editorial: Unwise and unwanted

Georgia doesn't "need" this pipeline project, and doesn't much want it, either.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Set sane speed limit laws

Isn't passing reasonable and sane laws a simple thing?
By Michael Atwood

Column: Facing the giants: Dangerous Goliaths lurk in government's shadows

Whether our money or our property is at stake, we must be ready to stand up to the many Goliaths we face.
By Bob Young

Letter: Clean up the urban squalor

If for no other reason, it may give all peace of mind and a goal to live better lives.
By Gregory J. Topliff

Guest Column: 'Murder on the high seas': Sinking of the Lusitania ended U.S. neutrality

News of the Lusitania's fate horrified Americans.
By E. Randall Floyd

Guest Column: Take opportunity to help preserve our precious landscapes

To the trust, saving land doesn't mean hiding it away under lock and key, far from the eyes of the community.
By Hazel Cook

Column: Pair of books offer life-affirming -- and possibly life-changing -- messages

Soon, many of you will be recommending these books to those you care most about.
By Perry Smith

Guest Column: Proposed Palmetto Pipeline demonstrates no pressing public need

The real property of real Georgians is on the line.
By Bill Sapp

Editorial: As the coverage turns

Mainstream outlets have been giving the Democratic presidential hopeful uncharacteristically balanced coverage.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Friday, May 8, 2015

Letter: Save historic temple

Once lost, there is no comparable replacement.
By Hugh Connolly

Editorial: Too sudden an end

Mr. Brush's departure from us draws into crystal clarity the fragility of human life.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Another taxing problem

Why on Earth are these tax-dodgers still on the IRS payroll?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Letter: State bureaucrats unfair

There should be a special place in Hades for people who place made-up rules over the needs of our population.
By David Wilmoth

Assault on free speech

Christians aren’t donning body armor and loading up assault rifles to plot murderous rampages against people who draw pictures of Jesus. But what if they were?
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