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    YOUR SAY: Say no to living dangerously

    I have the privilege of belonging to a group of men called RAD-Men. RAD stands for Reaching and Discipling. I have had the opportunity to be in different churches through this group, the last one being the United Community Church in Macon. I have had the opportunity of fellowship with churches of...

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    YOUR SAY: Bibb BOE Fails to serve the community

    In a Nov. 20 meeting, the Bibb County school board voted to delay the decision to approve a deal between the city and Kumho Tire choosing instead to revisit the issue in December. During the Thursday school board committee meetings presentation, Mayor Reichert said Kumho was working with local officials...

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    FARIA: Looting and burning against the rule of law

    Recently, I awakened sadly to the dramatic headline, “Ferguson businesses burned, looted.” Dramatic events indeed took place, but what could we expect with the mass media having fueled the fire of this conflagration with its non-stop, biased coverage unremitting since last August?

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    YOUR SAY: Setting the record straight on Sherman’s march

    Good for Jim Sandefur again for correcting Southerners’ benighted and knee-jerk misconception of the March through Georgia as a 60-mile wide swath of utter destruction, razing, pillaging, killing and carnage.

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    YOUR SAY: America’s immigration laws destroy families

    Over the past few years, my heart has been broken repeatedly by the stories of families torn apart by our nation’s immigration policies. I have visited Laredo and other border towns in the Texas Valley along the Rio Grande and spoken with many who have been here for years and are working ...

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    YOUR SAY: FVSU alumni supports new leadership

    The Fort Valley State University National Alumni Association Inc., wholeheartedly supports Fort Valley State University and its direction under the courageous leadership of our ninth president, Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith.

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    YOUR SAY: More questions need answering about the Dallemand debacle

    The Telegraph front page story, “Report: Technology contracting suggests collusion,” provides the outline for a modern plethora of those infected with the twin greed viruses of money and power competing for the title of chief Scrooge to the thousands of Bibb County district public ...

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    Sherman didn’t slow down to take Macon

    Once again nefarious nincompoops write about history. A month or so ago a writer for The Telegraph gave the Creeks credit for building the Mississippian mounds. Now in an article about the 150th anniversary of Sherman’s March to the Sea we get even more false history with the preposterous...

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    KING: Note to Republicans on Obama amnesty decree: “Not one more”

    “Congress has no higher duty than to protect the American people and our Constitution. The president’s action is a threat to every working person in this country -- their jobs, wages, dreams, hopes and futures.”

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    TOMIC: What’s behind the low oil prices?

    While we are enjoying much-needed relief at the gas pump, there is an ongoing debate about the source of the latest drop in oil prices. Some commentators worry that such decrease is not good news, but instead indicates a weakening economy or a growing disregard of environmental concerns. Others ...

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