September 27, 2006 RSS feed / Editorials

Other Voices

A failure of governance

WASHINGTON - Sen. Lindsey Graham, a firstterm conservative Republican from South Carolina, has been at the core of protracted disagreement between President Bush and Republican senators over U.S. treatment of captured terrorists. More...

All That's Fit to Print

The Saints are back!

Monday night I couldn't help but get a little tearyeyed watching the Saints return to the Superdome in New Orleans. It was a special night for Saints' fans. Their team was home after their post Katrina season when every game was played on the road. More...

Alex McRae

Armadillo? Kill it and grill it

Nothing changes your attitude like a change in your circumstances. Which is why I am back in the market for a large firearm. Or a larger car. More...

Other Voices

It's time for America to leave the UN

Indulge me. This is the second time this year I've been called upon to invoke my postgraduate degree in International Relations. I do so to provide pedigree for an opinion that, although wellreasoned, might be deemed by some to be extreme. More...

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Mumbles

Friday night emotions

"I can feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord. And I've been waiting for this moment for all my life, oh Lord..." the lyrics of Phil Collins' song kind of go down hill after that, but the sound of the song can stir emotions. More...

Shipp's Georgia

Ku Kluxery is out of style

Nearly $600,000 in our tax money has been spent defending a Georgia law that has been rejected in both federal and state courts on five occasions by three judges. More...

From our Files

Erwin home named Garden of the Month

10 YEARS AGO Sept. 26, 1996 AT LAST week's Bobcat Booster Club former UGA Coach Ray Goff stopped by and talked with Bobcat Coach Harry Wayne Parrish. More...