Opinion

Opinion

Is state tax cut a ‘greater good’ bill?

The Georgia Senate on Tuesday approved a state income tax cut as the 2017 regular session of the General Assembly headed into its final hours. Whether you would be among its beneficiaries or one of those who ends up subsidizing it is not clear.

Letters to the Editor

Nix needs to get over it

Sixty-nine days after his glowing tribute to President Obama's legacy, Mr. Nix admits that he too is now overwhelmed by PTISD -- Post Trump Inauguration Stress Disorder. He notes "for weeks now" he has not 'been up to it" being "overwhelmed ... by the sheer enormity of what we're seeing."

Opinion

Health providers to D.C.: Do better

It’s a major understatement to say Americans are divided over the issue of health care. As was made clear last week, not only is Congress divided over health care (we’ve known that since well before the Affordable Care act — Obamacare — passed without a single Republican vote), but Republicans are themselves divided over health care.

Opinion Columns & Blogs

Jon Richards: 61 Years Young

Jonathan Blair Richards, (November 27, 1955-March 26, 2017) died Sunday after a brief battle with cancer. In this overview of his life I ask that you not focus on the years cut short, but the fact that Jon made the most of the years he had with us.

Videos

Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past

John Greenman drove with his grandson across Colorado, on our way to the Four Corners — where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona meet.
John Greenman Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past 2:23

Visit to Four Corners regions offers window to the past

Aimee Copeland: 2:45

Aimee Copeland: "I've got it going on y'all, I have an amazing life."

Father wants accountability for son's death 4:21

Father wants accountability for son's death

Fort Benning teacher breaks color barrier 0:51

Fort Benning teacher breaks color barrier