Editorial: Axis of hegemony

America may be getting a glimpse of what the world would be like without her.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Guest Column: Charity event offers many opportunity to help animals in need of rescue

Help us make this our biggest event yet. That's truly what friends are for.
By Lorna Barrett

Guest Column: Rule of law must trump political agendas for liberty to thrive

No American should be willing to sacrifice liberty - our freedom to govern ourselves - for the sake of a political agenda.
By Sam Olens

Letter: Teacher jail terms valid

I agree with the sentencing and hope that in the event the same thing occurred again, the same sentencing would be imposed.
By Paul C. Reviere

Guest Column: Income inequality flap is much understated through deceptive data

This difficulty is only the tip of the iceberg.
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Letter: Jail unethical educators

A true teacher should be held to higher standards than the culture today.
By Mary Linton

Axis of hegemony

Americans are understandably world-weary. But maybe we should be a little more world-wary.
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Family of murder victim still seeks answers

On Wednesday, the family, friends and former students of Emily Pestana-Mason will observe the sad anniversary of her death and worry again whether the person responsible for killing her will ever ...
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