Wright or Wrong?

Wright or Wrong?

Not long after local attorney and Georgia House candidate Wright McLeod learned Richmond County Magistrate Court Judge William Jennings had signed a warrant for his arrest last week involving a bizarre allegation against him of false imprisonment, he quickly sent a text to his three daughters. “I simply said, ‘This will likely get worse before […]

What will it take?

What will it take?

Here the Augusta Commission goes again, preparing to extend a contract with the private probation company, Sentinel Offender Services, for another year. Do any of the commissioners even care that the private probation company is facing more than a dozen lawsuits being considered by the Georgia Supreme Court? Just this past week, the American Bar […]

Morris destroys Columbia County News-Times

Morris destroys Columbia County News-Times

What happens to a business when you lay off several staff members, pile triple the work onto the remaining workhorses in the office and then treat those employees as if they are simply lucky to still have jobs? A mass exodus, that’s what. And, no, the Insider isn’t referring to the recent departures of Augusta-Richmond […]

Food Stuff

Food Stuff

It’s been two hours since I left Broad Street’s The Sports Center. I still reek of grilled onions and haven’t gotten a thing done at work since, but damn was it worth it. Haven’t been to The Sports Center? It’s understandable. It’s a little sketchy looking and located right next door to Luigi’s, so most […]

This Week’s Whine Line

This Week’s Whine Line

One point to be made in reference to Austin’s crowing over the listener demographics of his “show,” a college education and annual salary of 75K does not in any way inoculate these individuals from being rednecks, Neanderthals, bigots, homophobes, racists, xenophobic nativists or just asshats in general. It may be time to require teachers to […]