By Michael Davis
Back in December of 1999, I came to the News Daily for a job interview with former managing editor Mitch Sneed.
It is that time of the year a couple of weeks before or after the Major League Baseball All-star break and your team is either in or out.
Today's column is dedicated to topics that make you go hmmm.
It was well after 10 p.m. when my mother called to tell me she was on her way from Mobile with my father, brother, sister, niece, nephew and brother-in-law.
My generation of late twenty-somethings will be running the show in a few years, and I hope we're all ready when that time comes.
CAFTA would further erode independence, cause loss of jobs
As reliably as you throw away your old calendar every Jan. 1 and get a new one, I move into a new apartment. The cycle has been hard to break, and each move has been surrounded by its own set of supporting arguments and issues to work out.
June 30, 2005
By Bob Paslay
Some roads you take in life are pretty difficult to navigate. You're barreling along at about 80 miles per hour and all of the sudden you see a sign announcing there's a major detour up ahead.
From Staff Reports
By Laura McMillan
July 13, 2005
By Ed Brock
I make no apologies for it - I am a Democrat. I occasionally listen to Franklin Roosevelt speeches. I was inspired by President Kennedy as a junior high school student. In college, I felt the pain while reading of President Woodrow Wilson's struggles to form the League of Nations. In fact, my grandfather, a great old Southern lawyer and Shriner, attended the convention that nominated Wilson and somewhere in my mountain of junk, I have the platform and booklet from that convention.
By Ed Brock
Clayton County Links
July 7, 2005