Opinions

Business Casual: What if?

Suppose, when the dust settles and all the votes are counted, we wake up one nice, cool early-November morning to find that the contentious election season of 2020 is finally behind us, and we have a result that makes us…

At Issue: Election 2020

This is the year that keeps on giving. We’ve had so many surprises and historic firsts this year, almost all unpleasant, that we are by now used to doing things as we’ve never done them before. Great example: Election Day…

From the Publisher: Protect the Post

The post office is an American institution that deserves defending. These last six months, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has endured reckless reforms that have crippled its ability to process mail and packages – including “last-mile” package delivery that private…

At Issue: Assisting Dreamers

Most reasonable people agree the fastest way to improve society and support economic progress is an educated workforce. This is not to say that every single person must go to college, but if we don’t enable as many as possible…

Economy: Money on the Table

Postsecondary education pays off. That’s true for Georgians who earn college degrees as well as for Georgia’s economy as a whole. And it’s true during good economic times and bad ones. Despite COVID-19, the payoff is likely to increase in…