Education is all about learning. The defeat of Amendment 1 last fall by Georgia voters was a lesson for its proponents, including Gov. Nathan Deal, who invested a lot of political capital into its passage.
This week at the Georgia General Assembly the budget was given close consideration.
If you lived in Lennox Valley during my childhood, you were familiar with A.J. Fryerson. And if you knew A.J. Fryerson, you knew one thing above all: He complained about everything.
The new president has finished filling the vacancies in his cabinet by nominating Georgia's own Sonny Perdue as the secretary of agriculture.
When most Americans are asked to define homelessness, pictures of slums, New York City, Atlanta and cardboard boxes often flood their minds.
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Georgia's clout in Congress has increased with the appointment of Rep. Tom Graves to chair the Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations.
I live in a fine community where it is quite common for citizens to approach me and ask what they can do to help us.
President Barack Obama has finally had it with Russia. It only took eight years of cold reality - topped off by the Russian interference in the November election - to make the outgoing president almost clear-eyed about the Kremlin.
Let's call him President-elect Tweety Bird. Donald Trump clearly has decided that he will continue to utilize his stream-of-consciousness Twitter messages to intimidate others - whether it is an individual whose actions or comments have bruised his fragile ego; or a corporation that faces his threats because he believes (correctly or not) that it is shutting down American facilities for the promise of cheap labor across the border; or the "liars" in the "dishonest media" who dare to report on you-name-it unfavorably. He has commented on issues, often complex, with simple-minded, usually nasty, superficiality.
I hope you will forgive me but I am going against my better judgment today and sound like one of those inch-wide, inch-deep political pundits and blah-blah bloggers who can be more boring than a tree stump.
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 ...
Editor: Why ask a question like that?
Editor: Since my letter to the editor, "Tax For Cop Salaries Doesn't Work For Him," in the Jan. 29 edition of the Courier, I ...