House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s, D-Calif., announcement that she is “not for impeachment” has caused resistance on the left. Pelosi is not trying to protect President Trump. She is trying to protect the Democratic Party from its lunatic fringe. It’s an increasingly difficult challenge.

Last week in New Zealand, a self-avowed white supremacist targeted two mosques and streamed his bloody killing spree on social media.

Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-MN) comment that the influence of the Israeli lobby in Washington pushes lawmakers to take a pledge of “allegiance to a foreign country” was bad enough. A watered-down House resolution condemning, not Omar, but “all hatred” was as tepid as denouncing drunk driving.

Marlan Wilbanks is a man on a mission. An Atlanta attorney, Wilbanks is the driving force behind the Wilbanks Child Endangerment and Sexual Exploitation Clinic the nation’s first legal clinic dedicated to representing survivors of child sexual abuse.


Those of Daddy’s generation have mostly gone to their graves but with them, they took long-held admiration and loyalty for President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

I further resent that Gwinnett County commissioners refused to even place the simple word of “MARTA” on the ballot.

Last week, a district court judge ruled that it is unconstitutional for only men to have to register with the Selective Service, opening the possibility that women might also have to register.


It was a time when a group of us hung our collective hats at St. Simons. We played golf together, shopped together, socialized together and, of course, ate shrimp and other seafood treats together.


If you haven’t experienced these “gems” for yourself, get out this weekend and see what makes Gwinnett such a great place to live.


In today’s culture, older adults are thought to lack knowledge, because they didn’t grow up with the internet.

One might think that after denying the evidence of Adolf Hitler’s rise and objectives that resulted in World War II, Europeans might be more attuned to modern threats.


This is how the rural South works. People you’ve never met, feel like neighbors and neighbors share their stories.

I’m so unhappy with my cable TV and internet services that I’m going to do what I’ve long dreamed of doing: Cancel my subscription!

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