Rep. Tom Taylor, R-Dunwoody, was arrested in the city of Clayton in early April and charged with driving under the influence, possession of an open container of alcohol and driving 72 mph in a 45-mph zone with four exchange students in tow. Taylor, who is up for re-election, expressed the proper amount of remorse for his action as he should have. We all make mistakes. But since his arrest, media reports say liquor lobbying groups have contributed some $20,000 to his re-election campaign. Oh, did I mention that Taylor is a member of the House Regulated Industries Committee, which ...
It didn't surprise me it was him. Although such had never crossed my mind, it was, of course, just the kind of thing he would do.
Editor, Tick-tock. Tick-tock. In this amount of time, the government spends $242,134, of which $104,324 is borrowed. The federal government is bloated and spending the taxpayers' money into oblivion. About 14.1 percent of our population works for the federal government in departments that are not authorized by the Constitution.
"I have seen and met angels wearing the disguise of ordinary people living ordinary lives." - Tracy Chapman
Editor, Most students spend at least seven hours of their day, five days a week at school under the guidance of educators and school staff members. With that kind of influence and responsibility, it is important to keep professionals motivated and appreciated.
It took only eight minutes for Claire Lapella to get right to the point with her visiting pastor - and soon-to-be friend - Sarah Hyden-Smith. It just happened to be Sarah's first official call on a visitor since preaching her first sermon at Lennox Valley Methodist Church nine days earlier. Heeding the advice of her predecessor, Sarah was attempting to make personal visits to newcomers to the church within a few days after they attended.
The casual political observer might be asking this question after taking in the events of the past few weeks: When did Nathan Deal become a liberal Democrat?
A governor's got to do what a governor's got to do, but Gov. Nathan Deal's vetoes of the "campus carry" and "religious liberty" bills make me wonder if I wasted a year of my life in an effort that is not going to go unpunished.
There isn't a day that passes that I don't remember Mama. Many of the times she crosses my mind, I am doing something that she taught me how to do.
Liberty County celebrated National County Government Month with a variety of activities throughout April. This was our fourth year participating in the National Association of Counties' campaign to raise public awareness and understanding about the many services counties provide.
The perfect ending to a hectic day: Yesterday, on the way home, I got behind one of those "magic" trucks.
Looking over the attendance pads from her first Sunday service, new Methodist Pastor Sarah Hyden-Smith read, "Claire Lapella." Next to the name, the box marked "visitor" was checked.
Merry Christmas to all! If you are feeling a little down already because you think the holiday is drawing to an end, rejoice. The Twelve ...
Editor's note: Here's a Christmas poem from regular letter-writer Len Calderone, a staunch conservative. If you're in the mood to sing it ...
Most people think of the mainstream media as the scum of the earth - and most of us are - but we do at least try to ...
In the course of a couple of tweets, Donald Trump may have ended the image of the GOP as the party of corporate America.