I think it would be safe to say that, on average, at least twice a week, we read right here in The Sun that people are having weapons, sidearms, as well as long arms, "stolen" from unlocked vehicles. Average Joes and Janes, . . .
I regret your decision to discontinue Leonard Pitts column in The Sun. Both the gentlemen you plan to replace his column with are conservatives, so Pitt's liberal viewpoint will not likely be addressed. I prefer to hear all . . .
First, my thanks to Barry Sharp for his kind words. But to answer Robert Long's question about whether or not Barack Obama was appointed by God or did God make a mistake. Answer: God does not make mistakes. He appoints . . .
More than 50 percent of Muslims in the United States would rather be governed by Sharia than by our laws. Some say there are moderate Muslims, and perhaps that is true, but is Islam moderate? It is said that Mohammad . . .
The article in the Feb. 4 issue of The Jonesboro Sun entitled "America rarely lets you forget that you're black," by the perpetually disgruntled affirmative action writer Leonard Pitts, was a comical classic considering the . . .