When you've got both time and money on your side, you tend to get what you want regardless. And what capitalism wants is less competition and lower labor cost. Always.
The face of climate science is rapidly changing, and unfortunately almost all the numbers get worse, not better.
The resulting melee in 2014 is forecast by some to end up being the most expensive statewide race in Georgia history.
Of all the cascading, dizzying events last week, the most demoralizing development by far was the defeat of the firearms background check bill in the Senate.
There's a whole phenomenon of "astroturf" groups, i.e., the opposite of grassroots, in which corporate dollars fund front organizations which purport to do research in the public good but which actually serve a specific agenda.
Wouldn't it be more prudent, from a macro perspective, to stop spending money on shipping channels with more self-limiting parameters than other shipping channels?
During the decades when gay marriage was becoming more acceptable among more people, economic disparity has been virtually unchanged.
In last week's vote to deny the petition of the out-of-town bus company we saw a carefully considered decision which properly weighed the concerns of the community, the desires of the business in question, and future precedent.
Let's be clear about what Shock and Awe was: annihilating entire city blocks full of sleeping people. That's all it ever meant, and that's what we saw in real-time that spring evening in 2003.
This past Friday a pickup truck lost control in wet conditions on I–516 and crossed the median. The truck began rolling and slammed head–on into the SUV of a young Brooklet, Ga., couple, Stephen and Camie Joyner.
Connect Savannah is very happy to again be a media sponsor of the Savannah Book Festival, happening this weekend. It's been a blast interviewing and writing about some of the featured authors this year, such as Dave Barry and Paula McLain.