Editorial: Denying the undeniable

Alton Nolen may have been motivated by a workplace grievance, but what he did was inspired by radical Islam's hatred and Stone Age-bloodlust, particularly for those of other faiths.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Editorial: Bottom Line

What happens when you hand over one of the world's leading lights of capitalism to the world's largest communist nation? Well, pretty much what you might have predicted.
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Letter: Colleges lack freedom

Today, the curriculum is not so much to educate the student as it is to indoctrinate the student into liberal thinking.
By Gil Ward

Letter: Barrow's a great actor

John Barrow could win awards as an actor; his political ads are truly award-winning.
By Ken Dendinger

Shortchanging schools?

Bottom line: School taxes should be primarily funding county schools, not infusing the county government with extra cash.

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Developer fined by Georgia EPD

The developer of a Grovetown subdivision has been fined by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division for failing to control erosion and other water quality control violations.
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