As the echo chamber buzzes with tit-for-tat threats, one does not need to gaze into a crystal ball to predict a future of televised impeachment hearings.
Last week on this page, a local writer featured the Republican-led State of Georgia in a column about what could go wrong with mail-in/absentee voting.
“Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be;” and every day, on purpose, I choose to be as happy as I can stand.
Since that day in 2015 when Donald Trump came down that gaudy, golden escalator to announce that he was running for president, I’ve described him as a bigoted, racist, xenophobic, misogynistic, nativist liar.
Remember back in 2003 when the band Coldplay first appeared on the scene? One of their first big hits was “Don’t Panic,” which you probably don’t remember.
Netflix calls itself “the world’s leading Internet entertainment service,” and that’s probably an accurate description, but what it doesn’t say is that it’s like an addiction.
When the Korean conflict ended, we began to see and hear a few different names. They were not what we were accustomed to using. That was and is fine.
Does the debate of naming military bases after traitors have a Side 2? Is there a flinty mien, or a simple fix? If we give them a new name, will that bridge the gap?
I am tired of recounting the many lies of masks and surges, with many false reports of test results; lies of endemic police racist violence; taking down monuments to rewrite history; governors thinking they are running a police state; lies of the coronavirus dangers; lies from Dr. Anthony Fa…
Just call me a one-note Johnny. My former college president used this term to describe himself because most of his conversations — no matter where or what they started out b eing about — ended in the same place
You know, sometimes it helps you just to follow your own advice — or better yet, the advice of the one who probably knows you better than you know yourself.
Wow, what a week. After hearing about the deaths of two civil rights icons, the Rev. C.T. Vivian and Congressman John Lewis, on the same day, I know how many Americans felt on July 4, 1824, and the days that followed when they heard about the deaths of two of the nation’s founders on the sam…
Rayshard Brooks of Atlanta passed out in his car and blocked the drive-thru at Wendy’s. He woke for the last time to a knock on his window by two police officers, who were called to the scene.
I am reluctant to affix labels on people, but Congressman John Lewis seems to have earned the ones I’ve heard associated with him since his death last week.
For some reason, last week proved very difficult for Republicans trying to discredit Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. One instance requires me to apologize to President Donald Trump.
As I’ve watched primary elections from around the country this spring and summer, something that many of us have long known is starting to become clear to all who care about the right to vote in this country — Republicans are all about doing everything they can to keep political power in the…
Entrepreneur and author Wayne Allyn Root recently stated, “My fellow Americans, we are at war. We must face it head-on. Evil globalist and socialist elites are out to bring down and destroy America.
This is going to be a rather short column, because I spent the biggest part of Monday at the emergency room and it was, to say the least, a trying time.
When it was announced that President Donald Trump was going to hold a couple of ego-boosting campaign rallies disguised as patriotic Fourth of July celebrations, I was under no illusions during these times of medical, economic and racial pandemic that he would say anything that might even co…
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