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Some resolutions for a new city

Some resolutions for a new city

There are few things more flimsy than the life expectancy of New Years resolutions. If we kept all our promises to ourselves the world would be

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Predictions for a new city

Predictions for a new city

My wife is a great believer in that which cannot always be seen or explained. I am not. I don’t sweat black cats, broken mirrors or

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Fulton Commission tactics are childish

Fulton Commission tactics are childish

Early in my career I covered politics, and there was always something about the exercise that bothered me, but I could never put my finger

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Some of the homeless have no street cred

Some of the homeless have no street cred

To the woman I have seen on several occasions around Sandy Springs holding a sign that indicates you are stranded and need money you need

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Should prayer be offered before City Council meeting?

Should prayer be offered before City Council meeting?

The older I get, the more I appreciate how fragile our time on this earth is. And the more I appreciate the precious gift of another

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What happened to dignity, decorum on the Fulton County Commission?

What happened to dignity, decorum on the Fulton County Commission?

To the Fulton County Commission: As you may have read, last week Sandy Springs elected its first mayor and city council, not counting those facing a

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Cocktail party bigotry thrives on euphemisms

Cocktail party bigotry thrives on euphemisms

In the discussions Ive had about the day laborers, slumlords and low-rent apartment complexes around Sandy Springs, Ive discovered the new racial slurs. If the

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