The bucket-sized flower pots in front of the parking deck security booths were overflowing with plastic representations of nature's true glory, and I wondered if all the botanical fanatics headed to the Southeastern Flower Show would take offense at that.
By Michael Davis
By Ed Brock
By Jeffery Armstrong
If federal prosecutors hoped to chill all white collar criminals by sending Martha Stewart to jail, they failed. If they hoped to break the diva, they failed. All they did was create a more successful, richer and better Martha Stewart.
Clayton County Links
March 4, 2005
By Greg Gelpi
Monk is a 1-year-old, black domestic shorthair. He has been neutered and all vaccinations are current. Monk was abandoned at the door of the Clayton County Humane Society. He has some unusual facial deformities, but the attending veterinarian believes that Monk is healthy. For more information call the Humane Society at (770) 471-9436. Visit www.claytoncountyhumane.org to see other animals available for adoption.
A synchronistic series of events have led me to make a few observations about morality and religion.
This week in the national news there was an incident at a New Jersey high school where a teacher was caught on video yelling excessively at his students to stand up during the National Anthem. The footage was recorded secretly on a student's mobile phone. The teacher was basically arguing with one student who refused to stand. Captured by a device that fits in the palm of a hand, this footage has now been beamed out from the small classroom across the nation to millions of slight-minded television viewers.
From Staff Reports
By Justin Boron
By Doug Gorman
There was a spectacular show about UFOs on ABC last week called "Seeing is Believing." Peter Jennings was host and narrator to an incisive report, hung on some of the more compelling recent accounts of abduction and sightings.
By Justin Boron
By Anthony Rhoads
A deadly meteor is zeroing in on the United States with impending devastation and massive loss of life.