There’s a moment on every airplane when you make a decision.
I don’t know about you, but I’m always up for some good news. In this line of work, we see plenty of the bad stuff so it’s refreshing when a story comes through that has a happy ending.
Tom Brady is obviously loved by many. He is a great football player for the New England Patriots with many adoring fans.
Column on a hypothetical Gwinnett high school baseball championship tournament
Martin O’Malley, former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor, announced his presidential candidacy on Saturday, and said some things that could be taken as criticism of President Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
When the Duggar family’s oldest son admitted he had molested and fondled five little girls — including some of his own sisters — when he was 14, it was time for conservative Christians to hold Josh and the Duggar family accountable for their actions. Most didn’t.
Critics of the way President Obama is dealing with the Islamic State should be required to specify what alternative steps they would take — and how their strategies would make a difference.
Today, 71 years ago, General Dwight Douglas Eisenhower was beginning the countdown for the Allied invasion of Normandy. He was spending long hours with his staff as they made plans to leave the shores of England for the coast of France on June 5, 1944.
Given the narrow range of left to far left views of the world on most college campuses, and the vast ignorance of other views, even among graduates of elite academic institutions, one valuable gift might be a book giving a different perspective on the world.
One can understand why The Weekly Standard’s William Kristol would try to nullify Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidacy, but smearing all baby boomers in the process seems a stretch of veracity in the service of a blank page.
When Hillary Clinton announced Lorella Praeli as her campaign’s head of Latino outreach, the announcement yielded a mixed bag of coverage — “Hillary Clinton Taps Dreamer,” “Clinton campaign hires former Dreamer” and “Hillary Hires Ex-Illegal as Latino Outreach Director.”
At last count, there were 185 residents in this settlement which is 10 miles north of Paris, Texas, and about the same distance south of the Red River which has reached flood stage recently, owing to sodden rains which are complicating things for a populace which is, more often than not, affected by long dry spells.
Politics isn’t really science after all, but is a schoolyard brawl — or a survivor reality game, depending on one’s preference — where human nature calls the shots.
It’s funny how often people who sincerely don’t want kudos are exactly the people most deserving of them. But that doesn’t mean heartfelt efforts shouldn’t be recognized.
When it comes to commencement addresses, the Coast Guard Academy graduates deserved better from their command-in-chief.
- 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: State should have say-so on same-sex marriage
- LETTERS: Hillary not only candidate with flaws
- LETTERS: Pete Rose’s gambling no big deal
- LETTERS: Facilities a concern at local park
- LETTERS: Elizabeth Warren is the presidential candidate we need
- LETTERS: Wish more journalists were like Kathleen Parker
- 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