By Michael Davis
I've read that back in the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, the sexual revolution reached an all-time low with the advent of swinging, or partner swapping.
Regular readers know me to be a humble man. Nevertheless, self-effacing though I may be, I'd like to take this historically significant moment, when Georgia once again ranks below even Mississippi and Alabama on the SAT scores, to speak directly to those who tell me I use too many big words.
Sometimes it's almost easy for me to see why other countries hate the U.S.
Question: Do local schools need to raise their test scores?
Journalists have always been thoroughly interested in other people's lives and I'll admit I enjoy my share of gossip.
By Anthony Rhoads
There's a tendency by many who support the likes of Judge Roy Moore to cite our nation's supposed foundation on Christian laws.
By Trina Trice
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By Jeffery Armstrong
September 5, 2003
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Morgan carefully nestled his gin and canned-mandarin-orange-syrup cocktail down in the wet mulch. Watching in mock horror, Mike and I saw him stumble toward the swing set, take a seat, and prepare seriously to attempt what we had only jokingly goaded him into trying. I took a nervous look around my apartment complex for anyone peering out their window wondering what a bunch of drunk 20-somethings were doing in the middle of the night on the playground. Kicking awkwardly with a determined look on his face he got the swing going about seven or eight feet off the ground before he let go.
By Ed Brock
I caught myself before I could say it at a party this weekend, but there's no denying that the words have been hovering on my lips.
Some of my friends are strict constitutionalists and I applaud their zeal. But for me, I am a strict consternationist