The role of money in politics needs to be better understood. Does it make the political system work better, or is it a problem - and if so, how much of one?
It's hard to believe this is my last military spouse column. My husband receives his bulldog stamp this Wednesday and will be honorably discharged after 3 1/2 years of service. These last few years have been a wonderful, terrifying, challenging and fulfilling adventure. While I'm not sad to be moving onto something new, I'm very grateful for all the opportunities the Army has given us over the years.
Out of work? Odds are you're also out of luck on unemployment benefits.
Joe: Welcome to the card game, Ed.
While May 1 was Law Day in the United States, Chief Judge Lisa Godbey Wood of the U.S. Southern District of Georgia said we Americans should remember that every day is a day of law in this country. There would be anarchy without it.
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While many people I've talked to since Friday's visit from President Obama spent hours on a mile-long bus ride followed by many hours in the hot sun to hear the president speak for 16 minutes, I'm happy to report I watched his speech from the comfort of my couch in the air conditioning while snuggling with my baby girl.
Now the elitists in Washington are arguing about tax breaks for businesses. The Democrats say it's another break for the rich and the Republicans say it's an incentive to create jobs.
Happy Earth Day! Today, we begin a week full of opportunities to celebrate - and make a difference for - the wonderful planet we live on.
We have the Savannah River listed as one of the top five dirtiest rivers in the USA. We have the Ogeechee River fish kill.
With the arrest of George Zimmerman, who now stands accused of second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, maybe the nation collectively can exhale. This case has brought to the surface simmering issues many thought had long since been put to rest.
Maybe it was intended to be a show of farce instead?
Serving as a state senator is rewarding because I am engaged in the intricate legislative process that often affects and improves the lives of people ...
This month is all about trees. Well, that is not exactly true. We are also all about recycling electronics and household goods and shredding records ...
Editor, When the worst disaster in the history of Turner County struck on the afternoon of Jan. 22, the immediate response was beyond anything we ...
Editor: For the life of me, I can't figure out the mentality of the protests going on. We finally get a president who wants ...