Editorial: Brace for the backlash

Conservatives can deal with sneers and jeers - they're pretty used to it by now. But shouldn't scrutiny and satire be a two-way street?
By Augusta Chronicle Editorial Staff

Michael Ryan: What can our youth do for our country? We want them to tell us

We need to pass the torch, the eternal flame of freedom, to the next generation.
By Michael Ryan

Column: Why bother with leadership development? Investing in it pays dividends

Senior leaders owe their people the opportunity to learn and grow.
By Jeffrey W. Foley

Guest Column: Stem carbon dioxide output through nuclear

Models showed continued rapid growth of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
By Clint Wolfe, Ph.D.

Guest Column: Interesting times in the health-care arena make for unexpected partners

We have an obligation to explore options that may make University stronger while making Augusta a stronger community.
By James R. Davis

Guest Column: Obama sounds call for renewed class warfare with hyped tax plans

As George Bernard Shaw would put it, "A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul."
By William Beranek, Ph.D.

Letter: 'Extremists'? Maybe

We have a love for this country that the Democrats do not understand.
By Gil Ward

Brace for the backlash

Just because the media’s spin cycle will be in overdrive in the 2016 election doesn’t mean you have to be manipulated.
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2014 City salaries rose slightly

The salaries of Augusta-Richmond County employees remained relatively flat over the past year, but some people got big raises. Average full-time pay increased by 1.4 percent to $38,949.19.
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