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?
Georgia Gwinnett College is facing a budget cut of $2.7 million, a cut that could lead to more furlough days for faculty and staff, reduced library hours for students, and a hiring freeze.
I disagree with Eugene Robinson's assertion ("Obama dead wrong on drone hits," 8A, Feb. 8) that the president is wrong to target American citizens who have leadership roles in terrorist groups that plot against the United States.
Bill both inefficient, fiscally irresponsible. Under the guise of protecting homeowners from foreclosure and the IRS, Georgia House Bill 159 seeks to have all fees billed separate from our property tax bill. While that sounds like a good idea on the surface, I can find no record of any Georgia
As an alumnus of the University of Georgia and longtime resident of this great state, I take a lot of pride in being a Georgian. Unfortunately, most of the best high school football players in Gwinnett County don't feel the same way.
Let's rename the professional football championship game. There was not one thing, except the 108-yard kickoff return, that was "super."
Excuse me while I barf, but the report of the ABC journalist who visited the Wesleyan School ("Reporter offers glimpse of Obama's world, 1A, Jan. 30) mirrors the sickening adulation of our current president by the mainstream media.
What if stay-at home-parents or retired adults could volunteer to monitor public school halls at local neighborhood schools?
So, U.S. law calls for us to pass a budget each year, and we haven't done that since President Obama has taken office.
Work at home needed to help educational system. It is not often that I agree with Esther Cepeda's point of view but her column 0/2013 ("Get parents on hot seat with teachers, too," Jan. 20, page 8A) was right on target. We continually hear how more money, more, or
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