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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

[Column] A Cautionary Tale Of An Event That Never Happens

AllOnGeorgia contributor Jonathan Jiles opines on the fear tactic of 'drug laced' Halloween candy. Read his thoughts and then weigh in with yours.

Religion Column: The Other October 31

The following article is an opinion piece by the author and represents the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. The...

COLUMN: 2 playoff teams from SEC should be last option

Alabama and Georgia are on a collision course that will likely come to a head at the Southeastern Conference championship game.

Liz Weston: Saving money makes you happier – here’s proof

The argument over whether you should invest or pay off debt usually focuses on financial numbers, such as rates of return and interest charges. Maybe happiness should be part of the equation as well.

COLUMN: NFL still riding high, despite issues

Between controversy over protests, player political statements, and health concerns about concussions, football is not seeing the "up" it's used to.

COLUMN: “Me too” but not like you

Jessica Szilagyi talks about Hollywood's sexual harassment campaign on social media, "Me too," and where it's missing the mark on effectiveness.

COLUMN: Feds might be only hope to clean up college sports

"There’s no need to give the NCAA any further acknowledgement when it comes to managing the cesspool of college athletes. The toothless, meaningless organization might as well be run by Sgt. Schultz "

Religion Column: #Prayers

The following article is an opinion piece by the author and represents the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia.   #PRAYERS Maybe...

Analysis: GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Meet on Stage for the First Time

The following article is an opinion piece by the author and represents the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. In...

Column: Will Secretary Betsy DeVos Hear the Voices of Georgians?

COLUMN: This Georgia educator reminds us that no matter how much input the people give, the federal government is still too intrusive in Georgia's education - even with changes to the federal education law.
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