A roundup of editorials Monday includes a look at the ‘powerhouse’ that could be born from the merger of Armstrong State and Georgia Southern, a tribute to Georgia World War II veterans, school lunch programs, and other issues.
Here are some opinions from the Right and from the Left.
Opinions from the Right
From the Telegraph: President Donald Trump has given us the gift of introspection – especially if you voted for him.
From the Savannah Morning News: The merger of Armstrong State University and Georgia Southern can create “an economic powerhouse” in southeast Georgia, something this area could sorely use.
From the Augusta Chronicle: Volunteer researchers, book editors and hundreds of veterans and their families came together to create a lasting tribute to the World War II service of men and women from the Augusta area.
From The Augusta Chronicle: Hey Secretary Perdue – if you want to see what a good school lunch looks like, come have a meal with us. (Hint: Pick cheese grits day for a visit).
From the Brunswick News: Certainly, we can find something better to do on this Earth than harm our neighbor.
Opinions from the Left
From the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: If we continue to believe others are not as equal as we, then evil will maintain its foothold in our lives.
From the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer: If President Trump expects to move his agenda through Congress or get reelected his promotion of racism will have to end now.