Opinion Archive

  • Musings for the New Year from a self-appointed know-it-all who thinks his opinions matter. I refuse to bother with resolutions this year. I never follow them. All they do is […]

    Larry’s outlook on the New Year

    Musings for the New Year from a self-appointed know-it-all who thinks his opinions matter. I refuse to bother with resolutions this year. I never follow them. All they do is […]

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  • The United States Constitution was, and is, a model for those who seek the “liberty and justice for all” lauded within The Pledge of Allegiance. Yet, soon after the Constitution’s […]

    Campus Perspective on the First Admendment

    The United States Constitution was, and is, a model for those who seek the “liberty and justice for all” lauded within The Pledge of Allegiance. Yet, soon after the Constitution’s […]

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  • Most every Sunday, and often on other days, I find myself participating in worship and communion with God in a local meeting place with fellow believers. I am not compelled […]

    Campus Perspective on the First Amendment

    Most every Sunday, and often on other days, I find myself participating in worship and communion with God in a local meeting place with fellow believers. I am not compelled […]

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  • You see it everywhere, from chain e-mails to social media posts and now in the general public and on all sides of the political spectrum: Journalists are suddenly public enemy […]

    Where’s the respect?

    You see it everywhere, from chain e-mails to social media posts and now in the general public and on all sides of the political spectrum: Journalists are suddenly public enemy […]

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  • I love Thanksgiving. It is a uniquely American holiday that does not have an equivalent anywhere else in the world. All nations have their Independence celebrations, and most countries note […]

    Why I really love Thanksgiving

    I love Thanksgiving. It is a uniquely American holiday that does not have an equivalent anywhere else in the world. All nations have their Independence celebrations, and most countries note […]

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  • I believe in the power of photography and how it changes the way I see things. Whether it’s a picture of family, nature or food, I see photography as the […]

    A chain of memories

    I believe in the power of photography and how it changes the way I see things. Whether it’s a picture of family, nature or food, I see photography as the […]

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  • With beautiful scenery, rich culture and history, career opportunities and an array of events, Atlanta is a great place to live. Add in access to the busiest airport in the […]

    Atlanta tainted by human trafficking

    With beautiful scenery, rich culture and history, career opportunities and an array of events, Atlanta is a great place to live. Add in access to the busiest airport in the […]

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  • Studies have shown that Millennials are more likely to identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender than previous generations. While there are many Americans who are accepting of the LGBT+ […]

    LBGT+ community: fight for acceptance

    Studies have shown that Millennials are more likely to identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender than previous generations. While there are many Americans who are accepting of the LGBT+ […]

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  • The Black Lives Matter Movement was created after the tragic murder of Trayvon Martin back in 2012. His killer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted, and Martin was basically placed on trial […]

    Black Lives Matter: a cry for justice

    The Black Lives Matter Movement was created after the tragic murder of Trayvon Martin back in 2012. His killer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted, and Martin was basically placed on trial […]

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  • Polling data over the past several years shows that Congressional approval fluctuates at or near all-time lows. Americans just do not feel that government officials are doing the job voters […]

    Americans now more polarized over politics than real policies

    Polling data over the past several years shows that Congressional approval fluctuates at or near all-time lows. Americans just do not feel that government officials are doing the job voters […]

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