Archive of: At Issue, Ben Young, Business Casual, Economy, Guest Commentary, Neely Young, Opinions

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Tough Enough

Tough Enough

At a place I once worked, some of the guys used to throw a football around the office from time to time, ostensibly as a way of relieving tension or relaxing a little in the midst of a hectic workday.

May 2005
Slow to Start, Finishing Strong

Slow to Start, Finishing Strong

Gov. Perdue's slow-working Commission For a New Georgia, two years in the making, is about to put some points on the board. The effort should free up millions of tax dollars.

April 2005
The Emptied Nest

The Emptied Nest

The most dramatic and immediate effect on the nest that emptied when our daughter went off to college a few years ago was the quiet. Everything stopped.

April 2005
A Change of Terms

A Change of Terms

The new Republican legislature and Republican governor are on a major campaign to cut state taxes and state services. This shift in government harkens back to an earlier century.

March 2005
Sticker Shock

Sticker Shock

There's a lot to find puzzling in the ongoing controversy in Cobb County over the evolution disclaimer stickers that a federal judge has declared unconstitutional - in violation of both the Georgia and the U.S. Constitutions.

March 2005
Tax Reform

Tax Reform

Some Georgia leaders favor a proposal that would do away with income tax and replace it with a 23 percent sales tax. But former Gov. Roy Barnes says raising taxes to cut taxes doesn't work.

February 2005
An Atlanta Valentine

An Atlanta Valentine

The internal click that comes when I push open the back door and walk into the house after a few hours or a few days away takes me by surprise every time, even though I've heard it in the half-dozen or so places I've called home throughout my adult life.

February 2005
Hearing Voices

Hearing Voices

How many times have you wanted to suggest to top corporate folks that they should occasionally try calling their own places of business, unannounced, just like any regular customer?

January 2005
Our Way of Life

Our Way of Life

Our form of government gives protection to those who excel and achieve as well as to others of lesser ability.

January 2005
Target Practice

Target Practice

The nearly 250,000 students who attend Georgia's public colleges and universities dodged a powerful bullet a few weeks ago when the Board of Regents wisely decided not to push for a mid-year tuition hike as a way of dealing with a $65-million budget shortfall.

December 2004
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