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Seeks exposure of founding documents

...practice of the stewardship which is ours as citizens of a democracy. Without such knowledge, a person rapidly becomes a drain on the system, if not a virtual sheep to be led by those with nefarious intent.... John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/07/01/edi_210733.shtml
Editorials
Insists scofflaws promote anarchy

...law must be removed from office for malfeasance of office, which is what this amounts to, for the anarchistic society which would follow is doomed. That's not a ride any of us want to experience, I assure you! John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/09/26/edi_215155.shtml
Editorials
Praises Cousteau's accomplishments

...Turn away from ritual worship of sports figures for a moment and take a look for Mr. Cousteau at the book store, the video store, the library, or via membership in the Cousteau Society. His work will amaze you. John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/28/edi_210558.shtml
Editorials
Likes gang law being struck down

...and a group of large black youths with tattoos. Remember the phrase, "all men are created equal?" How about "freedom of assembly?" ... So it makes things tougher for Chicago. Freedom is not free. ... John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/16/op_263769.shtml
Opinion columns
Notes states 'guilty' on tobacco

...may appear as defendant in an action. People, don't forget to include the State of Georgia or South Carolina if you wish to sue about a tobacco issue. That's who allowed the trade in cigarettes to reach you! John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/11/28/op_245980.shtml
Opinion columns
Cites government's criminalization

...Agencies which promote these points get their power from legislation, and owe the public - only the public - true service thereby. The EPA is not the only agency to act this way. Even Congress does it. Look out! John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/02/04/edi_203585.shtml
Editorials
The world's oil supply is finite and not replaceable

...public's part. There is irony in the current vehicle market: "Drive an SUV, promote nuclear power." Oil-fired plants can't operate if users burn that crude joy-riding to the store to buy trinkets. John Culbert, Williston, S.C.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/02/21/op_334760.shtml
Opinion columns
Reader chides editorial for relating SETI project, astrology

...seer" Sylvia Brown has apparently been avoiding Mr. Randi for over six months now, having promised she would apply for the prize on Larry King Live. I wonder what the stars have to say about that? John Culbert, Williston, S.C.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/09/13/op_319504.shtml
Opinion columns
Points out other issues

...body was moved) and one fell off a 22-story building. Don't you think that's strange? Would a business with this number of fatalities be allowed to continue? No -- and neither should this presidency. ... John Culbert, Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/09/20/op_239544.shtml
Opinion columns
Warns recycling program can be costly

...etc. It's not enough to sell that "feel-good" nonsense about recycling. Fiscal responsibility is a duty of government and, by extension, the citizens who have a say in this government. Hold them to it! John Culbert,Williston

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/12/op_230754.shtml
Opinion columns