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Don’t drink the Kool-Aid

Don’t drink the Kool-Aid

Patriotism. Responsibility. Self-governance. Welcome to Civics 101, sponsored by The Augusta Chronicle and Morris Communications. This week Morris Communications hosted a “patriotic rally” to promote its initiative ROAR: Renaissance of American Responsibility, which is the brainchild of the Chronicle’s editorial page editor Michael Ryan. “It’s not about politics at all. It’s about civics,” Ryan recently told […]

Two Weeks. Two Endorsements. One Seat.

Two Weeks. Two Endorsements. One Seat.

Since you still can’t buy those little pens the Men In Black use to erase memories, the Augusta Chronicle had to do the ‘ol soft shoe Saturday. A mash up of the last two mayoral endorsements by the Augusta Chronicle.  Helen Blocker Adams We encourage you to vote for Helen Blocker-Adams for mayor. We ask […]

Who will the Chronicle endorse this year?

Almost 10 years ago, The Augusta Chronicle’s editorial staff announced an extraordinary endorsement for mayor. In October 2005, the editorial staff wrote, “We implore you to vote for Helen Blocker-Adams for mayor.” The endorsement surprised much of Augusta because many felt that the conservative newspaper staff would endorse either then-political newcomer Deke Copenhaver or former […]

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