It is probably too soon to declare a feminist reformation, but a few signs here and there give one hope.
Like most other potential presidential candidates, Paul Ryan says he’ll decide early next year whether to run in 2016. He sounds reluctant, given his young family
Children, especially pre-teens and teenagers (mine included), perhaps being too privileged, forget to mind their parents, take them for granted, and feel entitled. This is where parents can benefit if there is an advocate, a representative who can speak for them, reminding the children
While a spot in the finals is old hat for Gwinnett, it is a decidedly new experience for the Archer players and their fans. And an exciting one at that.
The media are so enamored of the continuing (and largely contrived) story about the great Republican civil war that they fail to appreciate that the real internecine fight is being waged on the other side of the aisle.
If there were a choice between the above, prepared by my mother’s hand, and a meal at a five-star restaurant, it would be hard to turn down the aforementioned servings from my mother’s kitchen.
Rural America, average Joe pays price for EPA’s wood-burning stove regulations
With the exception of a few Lego sets, the kids in my immediate family are past the age of wanting toys for Christmas. Am I grateful.
Everyone seems to have an opinion about the tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri. But, as Daniel Patrick Moynihan used to say, “You’re entitled to your own opinion but you’re not entitled to your own facts.”
As the curtain closes on the latest episode of “Ferguson,” the media series, it is fair to wonder whether events might not have spiraled out of control to the extent they did had the media settled on another topic.
Many service organizations, like local Rotary clubs, participate in the Red Kettle Campaign, and this year the Salvation Army had a first when Hebron Baptist Church in Dacula committed to manning a kettle at a local Kroger for all 40 days of the campaign.
Warren lived through his ordeal with as much courage and fortitude as anyone I have ever known. A devout Christian, he was at church every week, no matter how bad he might have felt.
I loved his stories about the characters that dotted Georgia’s political landscape in his day, except he would always end with the same admonition, “Of course, you can’t print that.”
This president has done little to improve the conditions of African-Americans, and yet they do not hold him accountable. The reason why is a mystery.
Here in Gwinnett we don’t have to look outside the county to find NFL do-gooders who embody the Thanksgiving spirit.
- OUR VIEW: Winding road finally leads to school bus cameras
- OUR VIEW: Teacher of the Year finalists best of the best
- OUR VIEW: Pink paper’s goal: Raise awarness for breast cancer
- OUR VIEW: Gwinnett Public Schools distinguishes itself with second Broad Prize
- OUR VIEW: Georgia Gwinnett College puts best foot forward in welcoming incoming students
- OUR VIEW: Thumbs up to Moore, county for animal shelter improvement
- OUR VIEW: Start of school brings reminder to be cautious around buses
- OUR VIEW: Tax rate decision prudent if not popular
- OUR VIEW: On the road, remember to ‘move over’ for emergency personnel
- OUR VIEW: Reminder of public hearings for county millage rate
Letters to the Editor
- LETTERS: Columnists hypocritical in criticism of Obama’s immigration plan
- LETTERS: Obama immigration amnesty is unworkable
- LETTERS: When it comes to Ebola, voice of reason must prevail
- THOMAS: Houston pastors fight censorship challenge
- LETTERS: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousufzai perfect example of a Muslim woman
- LETTERS: De facto tax increase not ‘prudent’ for citizens
- LETTERS: Coach Lloyd was a ‘one-of-a-kind’ man
- LETTERS: Paper misplays Michelle Nunn race
- LETTERS: Learn about the FairTax for yourself
- LETTERS: Detractors need to know facts about FairTax