I really appreciate the editorial cartoon on the editorial page Easter Sunday.
Finally a perspective from someone who has a different commentary.
Braves a better choice than any reality television. Before much longer, decent evening television returns, thanks to baseball. Our Atlanta Braves seem to be putting another competitive team together.. It will take a while to get used to Chipper not playing on third base. Manager Fredi Gonzalez says he has
I was delighted to learn that the newly elected pope chose for himself the name of St. Francis of Assisi, generally known as patron saint of the animals.
Folks in the home building industry are not impressed by the current wailing and moaning in Washington over sequester cuts.
The Daily Post has recently published three political cartoons depicting the dire circumstances associated with sequestration.
Climate change is not at the top of our concerns.
Rep Woodall is disingenuous with his comparison of the sequester to a 2.5 percent cut in a family budget.
If you could save a life from cancer, would you do it? Well, residents of Gwinnett County have an opportunity.
Did the state legislators and governor actually use the grey matter in their skulls when they enacted the new 6.5 percent title tax?. Do the math yourself. On a $40,000 car, the sales tax at 6 percent is $2,400 and the 6.5 percent title tax is $2,600. What's that going
In reference to Nate McCullough's column on Pope Benedict's actions regarding the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church ("Next pope should clean house, Feb. 22, 5A), I submit that he has failed to do his homework.
I have participated in the Run the Reagan 5K now for three consecutive years, and each year I wonder why your article about the race fails to mention the "older adults" who make their best efforts to complete the race.
In Esther Cepeda's column ("Voices for the Voiceless Immigrant," Feb. 21, 6A) she discusses the frustrations and obstacles of immigration reform. I'd like to interject my legal immigrant point of view.
Since Obama has been president, unemployment has not been below 7.7 percent, 24 million people are looking for jobs and millions have just given up.
Is there any proof that reducing the federal budget by hundreds of billions of dollars every year will create any jobs?
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