Nate McCullough

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MCCULLOUGH: The real risk to our country

I can’t figure out if the Republicans are doing this because they really believe Obamacare is going to herald the end of the republic — or because they’re afraid it might work.

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MCCULLOUGH: Being poor isn't a crime

Congress shouldn’t forget the poor in trying to clean up fraud

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MCCULLOUGH: Special thanks to a special lady

Wishing my mother a very happy birthday

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MCCULLOUGH: Maybe Magic Eight Ball has Syria answers

I have lots of questions about Syria

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MCCULLOUGH: Making a name for themselves

We can’t get away from weird names.

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MCCULLOUGH: A world unfit for The King

The King might be glad he’s gone

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MCCULLOUGH: Upscale dorm room an oxymoron

What do college kids need with upscale dorm furnishings?

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MCCULLOUGH: Pain in the head and the heart

Help honor a teen who passed away from a brain tumor by helping another child who is fighting one.

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MCCULLOUGH: Bug-eyed over bugging out

People get carried away with doomsday scenarios.

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MCCULLOUGH: Fla. jury did its job in Zimmerman case

George Zimmerman is probably guilty of something — but not murder, at least according to a Florida jury.

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MCCULLOUGH: Not tired of the rain -- yet

Rain, rain ... stick around. Rain seems to be the dominant force in weather around here these days.. The water that falls from the sky has gotten to be such a common occurrence that I'm confused when I look up and see blue sky or the sun -- for the few

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MCCULLOUGH: Americans still good at giving

I spend a lot of time complaining about the state of our society. But today, I'd like to point out something that I think people nowadays do right.

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MCCULLOUGH: The poor man's rich man

So the other day I was watching television, and I saw an ad for a show I never would've guessed was needed or existed: "Beverly Hills Pawn."

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MCCULLOUGH: Tragic movie brings up memories of good friend

Becky, It's been 17 years since we sat on the front porch and talked that night. It was a college graduation party, in Atlanta in a neighborhood behind the Majestic diner. It was probably 2 a.m.

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MCCULLOUGH: Americans should be ashamed of letting liberties be taken

It's dawn, June 6, 1944. You're a U.S. soldier bouncing across the English Channel in a Higgins boat, your stomach in your throat from seasickness and your heart about to explode in your chest.