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Responses to last week’s letters

In response to last week’s “So, what’s government’s return policy?” To the Editor: David Boardman argues that Patsy Harris’ is wrong to use Walmart as a comparison to Obamacare, then shoots himself in the foot by using the same analogy to try to discredit her. Let’s get

Board offers thanks

To the Editor: To Faye Craft, ChopHouse Grille Employees, Pat and Natalie Reams, NuArt Printers–Dean and Debbie Tillery, Morgan County Citizen, and Radio Station WYTH 1250–Craig Baker: Thank you all for your part in making Morgan County United Way’s third annual Celebrity Waiter and Waitress dinner a

“Another scandal brewing in D.C.”

By Fred Johnson The Obamacare website has been in the news lately. More people have signed up for a one-way trip to live on Mars than have signed up for Obamacare health insurance plans. The problem is that the website does not work. IT experts who have

Columnist Greg Morin on “debt limit shuffle”

By Greg Morin It’s that special time of year once again – The Giving Tree in Washington D.C. sheds its last few monetary leaves as fall approaches. The congressional summer recess has left the tree starving for the one thing it needs to flourish and produce those

“Employment opportunities abound, some too good to be true!”

By Christopher A. Bish Folks, as you know, the myriad financial scams plaguing our communities are a direct result of high unemployment rates in these mediocre economic times. One variation that has raised its ugly head in our community recently is a relatively new version of the

“Yes, ObamaCares.”

By Patsy Harris Which is better, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or ObamaCare? It was great fun to see ordinary Americans confidently answer that question during a street poll by a late night TV show. Of course, the Americans who made it into the clip on this

Cultural Center offers thanks for successful Ga. Trust Fall Ramble

To the Editor: The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center was pleased to serve recently as the local co-host for the very successful Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Fall Ramble. We received many compliments and accolades which properly should be shared with other folks. So please let me pass along

Peters-Reid: “Thank you to District 1″

To the Editor: I would like to take this opportunity to thank the constituents of District 1 for believing in me and allowing me the opportunity to serve them as City Councilwoman.  I would also like to thank Mayor Elect, Fred Perriman for the wonderful job he

What’s “The Real Deal?”

To the Editor: As we already know, there are no refunds on the Affordable Healthcare Act, but is the coverage real? “Under the Affordable Healthcare Act, people will have several choices regarding their health care coverage. They can choose to retain a health insurance plan that meets

Gunman makes clean getaway at car wash

By Patrick Yost, Editor A Madison man was robbed at gunpoint at an Eatonton Road car wash Sunday night. According to Madison Police Department reports, the man told officers that while he was at the Coach and Buggy Car Wash, a man dressed in black pants and