Whether you support Donald Trump or think he is guilty of nefarious deeds regarding Ukraine, he is not going to be removed from office unless Republicans have a death wish.
Our Georgian Dreamers, our state, and our nation need a permanent legislative solution, as do the 11 million undocumented people in our country.
Every now and then, someone will treat me like I’m a big deal. Now, you and I both know I am not a big deal. But, because I’m on TV in my town, it’s not unusual for someone to make a fuss. I always thank them, because I appreciate the kind words.
As Atlanta plans for a bright economic future, transportation leaders at all levels of government should recognize the advantages of rail, opposing policies that would contract and undermine the rail network when we need it the most.
Children and teens with a knack for creating artwork or who simply enjoy nature are encouraged to participate in Georgia’s 15th annual Youth Birding Competition for a chance to have their artwork appear on the 2020 Youth Birding Competition T-shirt and receive a $100 Amazon gift card.
Someone needs to take a hard look at Georgia’s much-ballyhooed film tax credit. A recently released state audit says what many have thought all along — the economic benefits have been grossly exaggerated, and it is costing We the Unwashed money.
Perhaps Iran's retaliatory attack was about "saving face" for the Iranian regime. Since no Americans were killed, and President Trump has said that is a red line for him, this could be the end of the latest conflict.
Just when I thought it was safe to head to the kitchen again, I turned on the television set — to one of those feel good morning “news” shows — and learned that this week marks the beginning of Girl Scout cookie season.
Georgia Urology, the largest urology practice in Atlanta and throughout the Southeast, now has a second location in Lawrenceville and is accepting patients.
I guess the U.S. has given a little quid pro quo to the thugs in Iran who think it is acceptable to fire rockets at military bases housing U.S. soldiers and contractors.
Until last week, I knew Hahira, Georgia, only as the hometown of UGA quarterbacking legend and current 680 The Fan talk show host Buck Belue, who led the Dawgs to the 1980 national championship.
The battle between church and state is as old as church and state, as is the conflict within religious circles over who supposedly speaks for God.
One of the great things about closing out another year is that it gives me the opportunity to go back and review all the stupid things I’ve written over the past 12 months.
If neither Sanders nor Warren become president, that won't mean socialism will have lost. There's another generation not yet born that could likely be seduced by it.
After all of the decorating and shopping and wall-to-wall Christmas songs on the radio and fretting over what to buy for which person, and everything else that goes into how we celebrate the season, it’s Christmas Day.
I have a Christmas story for you. I am sharing, with permission, an excerpt from one of the best Christmas columns I have ever read, written by Mark Evanier. Mr. Evanier is a Los Angeles-based writer who has inspired me for many years.
My grandson, Sir Henley the Adorable, is 5 years old. Five is the perfect age for celebrating Christmas. I have never seen anyone so full of joy and anticipation. He has been excited since Thanksgiving, which is appropriate for a 5-year old boy.
Traditional Judeo-Christian values are increasingly under attack, as self-styled “Progressives” label them “bigoted,” “(fill in the blank)-phobic,” and “white supremacist” — not to mention “outdated,” as if truth somehow had an expiration date.
Sidney Carter once told me that it wasn’t Christmas for him until he had been to Porterdale to see the star on the water tower. I’m exactly like Sidney.
Editor’s note: This column was a favorite of my friend, Otis Brumby Jr., publisher of the Marietta Daily Journal. It is lovingly dedicated to his memory and to all believers.