For a guy more uptight than a bullfrog in boiling water, state Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers, R-Woodstock, can be a hoot.
How would you like to live in a city that has a historic turn-of-the-century charm? How would you like to live in a city with a downtown park, bike trails and well lit streets? How would you like to live in a city that would attract businesses and jobs?
Two years ago President Obama kicked off "Recovery Summer," promising the American people that we would really start to see the impact of his "stimulus" and economic policies. If May's jobs report is an indicator, it looks like we'll be waiting again this summer.
Maybe not everyone's idea of a perfect date is a city council meeting and a stroll through the farmer's market. Then again, I'm not everyone.
There are those who believe the state and the majority of its citizens are at a serious disadvantage when it comes to lawmaking during the 40-day session of the Georgia General Assembly.
June marks the 100-year anniversary of the first minimum wage law passed in the United States. And while there is nothing new about low-wage work, we should take this occasion to recognize an even more dispiriting fact about the low-wage work: It could have been a thing of the past.
Anyone who has witnessed the coal extraction process known as mountaintop removal has been shocked. The name is perfectly descriptive - tops of mountains are blasted away and bulldozed into valleys to expose underlying coal seams that can be cheaply and efficiently extracted. MTR is violence and destruction on a scale we associate with war, not industrial activity.
Have you ever heard of Florida International University? I must admit it doesn't come to mind when talking about institutions of higher learning.
Even with Georgia's and the nation's employment picture slowly getting brighter, there still aren't enough jobs. But what's at least as much a problem, certainly in the long term, is that there are high-skill jobs available and a shortage of workers qualified to do them.
I lived in Hinesville for more than a year before I knew there were any homeless people in the community.
America has tried everything to improve its educational system, and it has failed. Everything.
Americans rightly get angry when they learn of government bureaucrats spending lavishly in Vegas or Secret Service agents consorting with prostitutes. Such conduct wastes money and drains Americans' respect for government.
April Fools' Day has come and gone, but on the first of the month, I kept marveling at how - starting even before he ran, continuing ...
Editor: The Long County High School Career Technical and Agriculture Education Department would like to thank the Coastal Soil and Water Conservation District for their ...
I wish I had been there. In Jerusalem. With Jesus.
The 2017 session of the Georgia General Assembly adjourned during the early morning hours of March 31 and many bills have been sent to Governor ...
There's never been an off-year election like the one happening in the 6th Congressional District, where voters will pick a replacement for departed congressman ...
We are in the middle of our part of the national Great American Cleanup. Hundreds of area residents have joined up to cleanup more than ...
Editor: The theme for National County Government Month for 2017 is "Brilliant Ideas at Work." This theme could easily have been written to acknowledge the ...
Editor: My oh my, this BoE fiasco seems to be like the Energizer Bunny - it just keeps going and going and going.
Let's dispense with the sanctimony and admit it: Most of us really enjoy piling on. I know I do. There are few things more ...
During his campaign, President Trump repeatedly made a commitment to our veterans to improve the way our nation takes care of them.
There's stumbling out of the gate, and then there's what Republicans just did on health care.