“What a sad state of affairs for our country when those who respect and believe in the US Constitution are considered extremists. Our founders were obviously not big government advocates. They'd be ridiculed by the liberals of today. In fact, they are ridiculed by liberals today.”
“Actually, 12 embassy/ consulate attacks happened under President Bush. That's not the issue concerning lack of news coverage on Benghazi. How many occurred within weeks of his re-election? None. How many ambassadors were killed during Bush's tenure? None. How many times did Bush lie about the causes of those attacks? None. The media would have had a field day.”
May 21 Column – George F. Will
Leaving aside the seriousness of lawlessness, and the corruption of our civic culture by the professionally pious, this past week has been amusing. There was the spectacle of advocates of an ever-larger regulatory government expressing shock about such government's large capacity for misbehavior. And, entertainingly, the answer to the question "Will Barack Obama's scandals derail his second-term agenda?" was a question: What agenda?
- Rants & Raves – May 21
- Rant & Rave for May 16
- Rants & Raves - May 15
Letter to the Editor for May 15
As a grandson of Henry Harding Tift and a long-time resident of Tift County, I would like to tip my hat to Edd Dorminey for the pivotal role he played in petitioning the state legislature to officially recognize the original intent that Tift County be named in honor of Capt. Tift.
A day late and a dollar short...sort of
I caught a lot of flack the past couple of days because, and I quote, “You write a column and you didn’t write about your mom for Mothers Day?”Yeah. Um. Just yeah.
- Letter to the Editor: Here we go again
- Our Opinion: Less do nots...more do’s please
- Rant and Raves for May 10
- Rant and Raves for May 9
- More Opinion Headlines
- May 21 Column – George F. Will