Wednesday June 20th, 2018 7:12PM
Jefferson reminds us that compromise isn't a sin
Thomas Jefferson stopped by the office the other day for a chat on his way to spend a week at the beach.
10:20AM ( 1 week ago )
Today's column is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
The National Spelling Bee was last week, and in honor of the annual event, Google released a map showing the most misspelled word in each state.
10:25AM ( 2 weeks ago )
I don't like storms named Alberto
Forgive me if I develop a nervous twitch every time the TV weather folks mention Tropical Storm Alberto. I wasn’t real fond of the first Alberto, which blew out of the Gulf of Mexico, then stalled over north-central Georgia, in July 1994. He left me – and most of the city of Macon – without running water for 19 days.
10:24AM ( 3 weeks ago )
Some unsolicited advice for politicians
I used to love politics. Covered state and local government for 30 years. Covered a couple of national political conventions. Interviewed every governor of Georgia since George Busbee.
10:21AM ( 1 month ago )
Jumping out of a plane is not my idea of fun
My niece Hunter did something last week that I would never have expected her to do. She jumped out of an airplane. Of course, she was wearing a parachute at the time, but that doesn’t make what she did any less surprising.
10:38AM ( 1 month ago )
Somehow, I made it a year as a gym member
It has been a year since I joined a gym, and if that sounds incredulous to you, you should be in my shoes. I always figured that before I said it had been a year since I joined a gym, I’d have said I enjoyed the mushrooms I ate last night.
10:45AM ( 1 month ago )
Milly gets her say
Hello. I’m Milly, and I’ll be writing today’s column. I know you were all expecting to hear from Mitch, the bald-headed guy who lives at my house. He says he has a lot of work to do, so I agreed to fill in. Remember, I’m a springer spaniel, not a writer. But I’ll do my best.
10:17AM ( 1 month ago )
Remembering Barbara Bush
The pearls she famously wore may have been fake, but everything else about Barbara Bush was real, so it was easy to admire her, no matter which side of the political aisle you stood on.
1:47PM ( 2 months ago )