Jeremy Styron is a newspaper editor and blogger in Northeast Georgia who holds a bachelor's degree in English from Clemson University. Writing interests include politics, current events, history, the media, literature and the arts, and philosophy.
Do modern day terrorists deserve a harsher form of justice than other war criminals?
Hell and one pastor's attempt to quench the fire and brimstone.
Will Georgia's recently passed immigration bill suffer the same fate as Arizona's?
Just in time for Easter, some hard questions about miracles and the Bible.
Tuesday marked the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War.
Could rolling back blue laws provide answers to state budget shortfalls?
Florida redacts portion of marine science textbook that gives nod to design theories
Filibuster led by McCain; portions of DADT seem irrelevant
For the former Denver Broncos and South Carolina Gamecocks player, pressures may have been too much.
With I.B.M. expanding into sub-Saharan Africa, can the continent revitalize its economy with telecom as an engine?