So the people of Georgia will get to vote on a constitutional amendment restricting marriage to a union between a man and a woman.
No. I'm not flailing headlong into another column based on the weather. Not that there should be anything wrong with that right?
Last week, my family observed the sad first anniversary of the death of my sister-in-law. She was just 44 and her only child, Bryan, was about to turn 12. Her death at such a young age was tragic but came much later than it could have had it not been for a liver transplant.
The situation in Iraq is becoming increasingly interesting and that ain't good.
I knew it! Even as a small child, planted three feet in front of a 19-inch television screen with an Atari joystick gripped in my hands, I could sense the impending force and undeniable significance of video games.
After weeks of hearing from former counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke about what the Bush administration did or didn't do to combat terrorism before 9/11, the accusations are affecting the president's poll numbers.
I've had a theory for some time now that the elected officials who don't return phone calls and don't care to comment when asked for a quote from their local newspaper usually aren't very good at the office they've been elected to hold.
Just drop your pants and start defecating all over the place.
April 9, 2004
Compiled by Billy Corriher
Clayton County Links
By Doug Gorman
Compiled by Greg Gelpi
By Greg Gelpi
When Ted Kennedy said the other day that Iraq is George Bush's Vietnam, it was kind of ironic since it was Kennedy's older brother who got us involved in that Asian disaster.
By Ed Brock
By Anthony Rhoads
By Billy Corriher
By Anthony Rhoads,Jeffery Armstrong and Doug Gorman