Don't kid yourself. We're stuck in Iraq. If not in it, then somewhere around it.
There's no such thing as a tree hugger. Think about it. Have any of you out there ever screeched to a halt on the side of Rt. 144 in Richmond Hill (or anywhere else for that matter) and declared, "Hey, look Honey! There's a guy in the middle of the field over there - an' he's huggin' a tree! Quick, get the kids!" Naw. Naw. Can't see it. <p ...
General Petraeus, the leader in our war in Iraq, recently gave his report to Congress on the progress being made over there, coincidentally the same week as we remember the 6th anniversary of 9-11. Before the man even had a chance to speak, Democrats had branded him a liar and a puppet, despite the fact that General Petraeus is a man of honor and an independent military officer, not a politician. The fascinating ...
The coming election-year Legislature is determined to tamper with our taxes. As a result, a constitutional crisis looms in the Capitol over who controls the state's purse strings, revenue sources and the very workings of Georgia government.
I admit it. I have been called 'an indulgent mother.' I know...I know...I live it. I own it. Like Popeye says, "I yam whadeyeyam..." Can't help it. I would have to also own the fact that I am an OLDER mother, and quite often I am mistaken for being Sunnybuns's grandma.
The first days of school are very exciting, as everyone comes together to make sure that the academic year gets off to a great start.
Is anyone actually surprised that the Bryan County Board of Commissioners is planning on raising taxes.? I doubt it.
Have you been to the grocery store lately? If you are toting small children with you, it's not an expedition for the faint of heart. We've all seen it-the harried mom struggling through the aisles with a variety of circumstances; pleading children, wailing children, runaway children, whining, screaming…or a combination of all of the above children. Believe me, I've been there. However, it didn't take long for me to develop some strategies to ...
Why is it that the folks who make movies think they ought to run the world? Hmm? I mean, what gives Sean Penn the 'right' to go down to Venezuela and make patty-fingers with Hugo Chavez? Does he think he is doing the world a favor? I'd like to force-fit one of Sunnybuns' boxing gloves on and take a wild swing at him. At BOTH of them, in fact. What kind of nutbag ...
Why are so many mass transit policies doomed to failure? Because packets beat circuits. Let's explore an analogy. In the telecommunications world, the big story of the last 20 years has been the total and complete triumph of various packet-switching architectures over circuit-switching.
In recent weeks, much has been reported about Falcons quarterback Michael Vick's alleged involvement in dog fighting. Each year, thousands of people attend these horrific "sporting" events, which pit two aggressive dogs against each other until one of them is dead or nearly dead.
Have you heard the term "Compassionate Conservatism" lately? It's a label conservatives have jumped on in past years in order to modify the image conservatism has of being "mean-spirited," an image carefully crafted by liberals in government and the media.
On Friday, school bells will ring in the 2007-2008 academic year and thousands of students will make their way into classrooms across the county. Some kids will be stepping foot into a classroom for the very first time. Others will be wrapping up their final year of high school.
News of the Minnesota bridge catastrophe brought memories of a similar tragedy in Georgia and weird feelings of deja vu.
Two months ago I celebrated my 30th anniversary with the Army. During all those years, I've been privileged to command fine American Soldiers, Marines, Airmen, and Sailors. All are patriotic servants in our uniformed services.
The federal government is running out of money again, and Congress needs to pass legislation to fund fiscal 2014, which starts Oct. 1. Thus, Congress and the president will soon be debating whether to raise the limit on the nation's credit card.
You may have read that the United States Supreme Court is going to hear a case about whether or not prayer can be uttered in town councils across America. Last year, a federal appeals court ruled that such a nefarious deed violated the First Amendment's ban on an "establishment of religion."
Editor, As a taxpayer and resident of the first district, I would like to know why county workers are again filling quarter-size holes on Bacontown Road? Isn't this road going to be paved in 2014?
On July 29, in a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens requested an emergency extension to the deadline for approving rates in the upcoming insurance exchange to be implemented in Georgia.
It is of paramount importance that I teach my husband how to be a Southerner, at least a half-decent one, if not one of regal bearing.