I went to bed Thursday night with a nice and shiny black SUV in my driveway. I woke up with a sickening yellow SUV in my driveway. Like a sneak attack from above the pollen season is upon us.
I wish I had more time to expound on this subject with you but I must get back to the serious responsibilities with which you have entrusted me — providing you with in-depth analyses on current issues. For future reference, please know that I am currently compiling a comprehensive list of parallels between Obamacare and a turkey.
Not everyone can afford college — or is cut out for it. Once we realize this, our country can start pumping out the workers our future economy needs instead of outsourcing skilled manufacturing jobs to places such as Germany or Poland, with their world-renowned apprentice programs.
Like those who are disappointed with Barack Obama’s domestic policies, critics of his foreign policy may be ignoring the fact that you cannot know whether someone is failing or succeeding without knowing what he is trying to do.
H.L. Mencken gets a workout in election years when voters are reminded by pundits of the curmudgeon’s observation that no one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.
Family Promise needs help from local churches. Currently there are 30 host churches and five more called support churches. There are 15 weeks that are open, which means the need for more church participation still exists.
It wasn’t so long ago that conservative Christians believed Hollywood to be evil and some preachers instructed their congregations not to go to movies lest they be tempted beyond their ability to resist. Now Christians are debating film content. That’s progress of a sort.
Wouldn’t it be great if your boss had to spend a week doing your job? Or your spouse had to take care of your jobs?
When I think back on the days of my youth, that time when I had the privilege of traveling on the NASCAR circuit, it would be hard to pick a lesson learned that was more important than another. But there is one that deeply branded itself in the bones of my being – that of the importance of being loyal in all things.
In early January the sad prediction from this long-time denizen of the Gold Dome was that it would be after the November mid-term elections before pro-enforcement immigration conservatives would be put on the full-time defense in Republican/Chamber of Commerce-ruled Georgia.
In a world where there seems to be an honor or trophy for everyone in the entertainment business, another awards ceremony seems needless. But the Valor Awards, put on each year by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, aren’t just any awards.
This week I have really realized just how much I really do miss teaching the history of our country to really smart teenagers
The past couple of weeks have marked a turning point in American ugliness as the mob has turned its full fury on first lady Michelle Obama.
Obama’s dismissal of Russia as a regional power makes his own leadership of the one superpower all the more embarrassing. For seven decades since the Japanese surrender, our role under 11 presidents had been as offshore balancer protecting smaller allies from potential regional hegemons.
Since the policy of the federal government seems to be to snoop on the conversations of private citizens, I thought it would be appropriate if we turned the tables on them. So, I authorized my columnist commandos to infiltrate the White House disguised as Teleprompters and get the real scoop on the latest developments in Ukraine.
- HUCKABY: Remembering visit to the Holy Land this Easter
- KRAUTHAMMER: With campaign donations, the zealots win again
- WOODALL: The FairTax means freedom
- YARBROUGH: A reminder of what Easter is really about
- SMITH: Paul Herring, a real American hero
- CEPEDA: Wrigley Field: Baseball’s sacred temple
- SOWELL: Comparison of men vs. women pay is statistical fraud
- ARORA: National Osteopathic Medicine Week a good chance to learn about GA-PCOM
- CLINE: National Library Week brings back memories of reading past
- THOMAS: Sebelius is the definition of a scapegoat
Letters to the Editor
- Lilburn greenway nice, but not at expense of grant money
- LETTERS: Highlighting the loving nature of Lent
- LETTERS: Horse feathers to Obama being good at taking blame
- LETTERS: Traffic needs to be considered before mix-used project complete
- LETTERS: Letter off the mark on criticism of Obama
- LETTERS: At least Christie takes responsibility
- LETTERS: Why can't they all get along in Snellville?
- LETTERS: CFI, like DDI, good for traffic flow
- LETTERS: Thoughts heading into a new year
- LETTERS: U.S. is not mediocre
- OUR VIEW: Week offers more examples of Gwinnett volunteerism
- OUR VIEW: A very impressive week for Gwinnett County Schools
- OUR VIEW: Gwinnett Place Mall area still vital to county
- OUR VIEW: Pubic safety awards reminder of true valor
- OUR VIEW: Health initiative is a much needed excercise
- OUR VIEW: Bartels will be missed at Gwinnett Tech
- OUR VIEW: Boy Scouts, honorees deserve thumbs up for American Values Dinner
- OUR VIEW: In Snellville, the neighborhood watch is a SNAP
- OUR VIEW: STAR luncheon perfect highlight of student-teacher relationship
- OUR VIEW: Weathering the storm
- BUCK'S BYTES: Simple tech is often good tech
- BUCK'S BYTES: Should electrical wiring, lights still be so old school?
- BUCK'S BYTES: iPads a good choice for changing education
- BUCK'S BYTES: Stepping in to wearable tech
- BUCK'S BYTES: Internet tax reform long overdue 1 comment
- BUCK'S BYTES: Slow hybrid growth is better than no growth
- BUCK'S BYTES: T-Mobile gives hope to cellphone users' wallets
- BUCK'S BYTES: Even space requires fast Internet
- BUCK'S BYTES: The dodged bullet of SimCity
- BUCK'S BYTES: New Roku gives Apple some work to do