November 7, 2007 RSS feed / Editorials

No five-star lunches

Other Voices

I suppose all of us, when we were kids, complained about the food in the lunchroom. It just seems to be one of those rites of childhood. Almost everybody has a story about the "Mystery Meat" their lunch ladies served. More...

Found a peanut

All That's Fit to Print

Mothers invented the worst case scenario. I realized this over the weekend as I watched a news report. More...

Trouble beneath the sheets

If you need more proof the end is near just cruise over to Cullman, Ala., where things are so screwed up the Ku Klux Klan is at war with itself. This is a shocker for those who thought the Klan was a like-minded bunch of crossburning morons. More...

Why'd my son have to die?

Mumbles

While our thoughts are on our veterans this week, the following email message making the rounds is pretty powerful... A mother asked the President... "Why did my son have to die in Iraq?" A mother asked the President... More...

LETTER

Dear editor, I ran across this heart touching poem titled "A Dog Sits Waiting" which was written by Kathy Flood. She is a big supporter of animal rights and is against cruelty to animals. No truer words were ever written. More...

Why don't you people understand?

Shipp's Georgia

By now you have probably figured out that the mussels in Apalachicola Bay are really red herrings. Georgia officials raising Cain about federal agencies releasing "our" water to nourish Florida's shellfish is no more than a diversion. More...