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Witnessing the revenge of the tribes

In September 1898, an outnumbered British-led army battled the forces of a Muslim fanatic in Omdurman, Sudan.

September 13, 2007 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion


Iraqis help Americans secure neighborhoods

BAGHDAD - After five months, we are seeing the benefits of the surge. Our Division Headquarters, our Second Brigade Combat Team, our Third Brigade Combat Team and our Combat Aviation Brigade were all brought to Iraq for that purpose. The last of the units arrived in May, and, as the summer winds down, we see the tremendous success these soldiers are contributing to securing Iraq.

September 11, 2007 | By MG Rick Lynch Special to the Courier | Opinion


Autocracy comes to America

We appear to live in a republic. But look closely; it's clearer every day we live in a de facto autocracy. President Bush has managed to amass an astounding amount of power simply by scaring the American people and Congress into thinking our continued existence as a society depends on giving him carte blanche.

September 11, 2007 | By Sheldon Richman Special to the Courier | Opinion


Silence of the Dems

Georgia's political leadership is at the low ebb of our modern era. Not since the days of the corrupt Talmadge dynasty have we seen a group in charge that is more focused on taking care of themselves and their friends while ignoring the problems that hold Georgia back and threaten our children's future.

September 11, 2007 | By Bill Shipp Columnist | Opinion


Tainted toothpaste and dangerous drugs

Counterfeit Colgate toothpaste containing diethylene glycol, a poisonous chemical used in antifreeze, recently turned up in discount grocery stores all over the East Coast.

September 08, 2007 | By Peter Pitts Special to the Courier | Opinion


Eavesdropping on terrorists

Little did they know it, but terrorist suspects living in Pakistan recently had their rights to privacy enhanced. It happened through the magic of adventurous judicial interpretation of an outdated U.S. law.

September 06, 2007 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion


Celebrities for tyranny

Sean Penn spent a week playing journalist in Venezuela. He was in the company of Hugo Chavez, a man with such abiding respect for journalism that he tries to shut down any news operation critical of his move toward tyranny.

September 06, 2007 | By Roger Hernandez Columnist | Opinion


Making progress on truancy

The first days of school are very exciting, as everyone comes together to make sure that the academic year gets off to a great start.

September 04, 2007 | By Kathy Cox Special to the Courier | Opinion


The one and only 'idea guy'

You've probably heard of Larry the Cable Guy, but what about Glenn the Idea Guy? Glenn is nearly as funny as Larry. He also whips out more big ideas than Larry does one-liners. You're likely to hear more of Glenn in the future. He may be trying to run for governor.

September 04, 2007 | By Bill Shipp Columnist | Opinion


A prescription for Grady Hospital

Grady Memorial Hospital is a vital community asset used by residents throughout metropolitan Atlanta, a safety-net hospital for hundreds of thousands of uninsured Georgians that admits tens of thousands of patients a year. All this takes place on an annual budget of $700 million.

September 04, 2007 | By Bill Loughery Special to the Courier | Opinion


Clinton being underestimated

Hillary Clinton has led in almost every national poll among the Democratic presidential candidates, usually by double digits. She has turned in a solid, self-assured performance in the debates, has revved up an impressive organization and hasn't made a major mistake under the glare of a media that magnify everything she does.

September 01, 2007 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion


Rein in tax-funded spendaholics

By Nathan Tabor

August 30, 2007 | By Nathan Tabor Special to the Courier | Opinion


Why is Congress so partisan?

Early in my career in the U.S. House, I trekked over to the Senate side one day to watch a debate between Hubert Humphrey and Barry Goldwater, two of the great ideological warriors of the era. I don't recall the issue, but I do remember the heat they generated as they went at each other hammer and tongs. They were knowledgeable, passionate, and deeply committed to their vastly different points of view.

August 30, 2007 | By Lee Hamilton Special to the Courier | Opinion


MAF: Winning the hearts and minds

By Victor Kamber

August 30, 2007 | By Victor Kamber Special to the Courier | Opinion


Adequate Yearly Progress defined

By Harley Grove

August 28, 2007 | By Harley Grove Special to the Courier | Opinion


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Bottom line on tax bill

To listen to the Democrats, the American middle class will be lucky to survive the Republican tax bill.

January 06, 2018 | By Rich Lowry Columnist | Opinion


Welcome to the year of the Dog

2018 is the Year of the Dog. That is, if you're Asian and follow the Chinese zodiac. It rotates between the Rat, Ox, Tiger ...

January 06, 2018 | By Bob Franken Columnist | Opinion


2018 will be a year of change in Georgia

This will be a year of major change in Georgia politics.

January 05, 2018 | By Tom Crawford Columnist | Opinion


Next time you see a whale...

Editor: The picture of the whale breaching on the front page of your Dec. 30 edition of the paper is a once in a lifetime ...

January 04, 2018 | Staff Report | Opinion


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