While efforts by new Attorney General Sam Olens have aimed at shining more light on government -- something we applaud here at the opening of Sunshine Week -- a much less visible effort is being launched in the Georgia Senate to hide critical information from the public.
Notice something different about the Citizen today?October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Citizen hopes to do its part to help raise awareness by publishing today's newspaper on pink newsprint and asking our readers to "Read Pink." To help in the awareness campaign, a portion of the proceeds from today's paper will be donated to three local organizations that support breast cancer research, treatment and prevention -- the Kimberley Chance Atkins Foundation, Newton Medical Auxiliary/Hope Boutique and LifePoint Community Foundation/Rockdale Medical Center.
As the fifth anniversary of Katrina came and went Sunday, a question came to mind: Is the city of New Orleans any safer from that type of disaster today?The answer is: Probably not.
Letters to the Editor
- LETTER: Vote to preserve Obama's goals
- LETTER: Time to take note of what's really going on
- LETTER: The time to be a better person is now
- LETTER: Chairman's comments on 'stand your ground' divisive
- LETTER: RCSO deserves pat on the back
- LETTER: The thrill of the holiday hunt
- Letter: Nursing homes are reflections of their employees
- LETTER: The American's Creed
- LETTER: Will our freedoms be destroyed?
- Letter: More rental units a bad deal for Conyers
- DARRELL HUCKABY: Education at the mercy of misguided legislation
- JEFF MEADORS: Scorecard shows schools have much work to do
- JACK SIMPSON: Time to rein in Obama's executive powers
- DARRELL HUCKABY: Some folks are just discovering the wisdom of the ages
- JEFF MEADORS: New school scorecards coming in May
- DARRELL HUCKABY: For some questions, there are no answers
- THOMAS: Sebelius is the definition of a scapegoat
- KRAUTHAMMER: Thought police on patrol
- DARRELL HUCKABY: Two weeks in April change the course of history
- ROB JENKINS: Teacher evaluations and the law of unintended consequences