Ahmaud Arbery’s death may spark a hate crimes law In Georgia | John A. Tures
Ahmaud Arbery’s tragic death while jogging may yet produce a new hate crimes law. All Georgians may benefit, as a result.
Do we save more lives by social distancing or restarting the economy? | Opinion
The experiences of Philadelphia and St. Louis in the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic offer lessons for the policymakers of today. They should heed them,
Are we about to blunder into war in Iran? Some points to ponder | Opinion
Every leader of the KGB was just as bad as Soleimani during the Cold War, but we didn’t assassinate them for a good reason.
With measles cases rising around the world, facts, not conspiracy theories, are the strongest weapons | Opinion
Let’s learn from the Samoa case and look to science for explanations and insist that vaccines are held to the highest standards.
What to do about those modern Scrooges who don’t want to pay their fair share for public schools? | Opinion
Hearing from these anti-school tax folks is like getting a visit from the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future all at once.
We’re at a pre-9/11 turning point in protecting our elections. We can’t make the same mistake again | Opinion
Those who block electoral security, keep our voting machines outdated, and stonewall investigations of foreign hackers are no different from those who allowed 9/11 to happen.
Trump’s trolling? That’s not the best of us – or the U.S. | Opinion
It’s time we got back to being Americans, respecting each other’s differences and viewpoints.
A Memorial Day interview with one of America’s heroes | Opinion
The former Air Force general shared his thoughts with political science students at LaGrange College, in LaGrange, Ga.