December 3, 2009 RSS feed / Editorial


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Next visit, I’ll just get a tux and crash a state dinner

Editor’s Notes

I’ve been to the White House one time. Like most tourists, I got a pass through the good graces of my congressman, Jo Bonner. More...

Old Beck

Named for a Confederate colonel, he was a premier deer-hunting hound

Mama stood at the door in our room with her arms folded and a scowl on her face. “I don’t care that he ate the rest of my pound cake,” she grumbled. “But he left dirt on the floor by the chimney. More...

Renew discussions of a central hospital

Our Opinions

With all the furor and discussions over health care, perhaps it is time to think more localized, rather than national, on the subject. More...

Keeping up with Newt

Gone South

Throughout the year, I clip articles that might, with a little additional work, be turned into prize-winning columns - or, at the least, fill in the gap while I am trying to figure what comes next.   Columnwriting is hard work. More...

Pride was Guy Hunt’s downfall

Inside the Statehouse

When Guy Hunt won the Governor’s race over Bill Baxley in 1986 it was well publicized that he was a part-time Primitive Baptist preacher. He was also billed as a part-time Amway salesman. More...