Regarding the Rev. Paul L. Cook's letter "Most of our wars have been a sad waste" (June 17):He stated that "if America is going to continue to be a strong...
This carnage will continue unless we enact stricter gun ownership laws and impose stronger penalties for violating those laws.
If America is going to continue to be a strong, vibrant bastion of freedom, we must be much more careful about the wars in which we choose to engage.
I urge everyone to resist attempts to destroy Social Security by contacting members of Congress and insisting our lawmakers improve and protect this life-saving program.
It is by faith in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior that I know the entire Bible is true and without error.
...bring myself to do so with sincerity.I am speaking of Paul L. Cook -- a longtime and very vocal supporter of the slaughter...Again, perhaps I should pray: "God have mercy on Paul L. Cook." But then I wonder: Are the more than 50 million...
There are a lot of nut cases in our society who only need a spark of encouragement to move from hate speech to acts of violence against those they disagree with.
...transmission like was on Ford's Edsel?" Boogaloo posted: "Rumble seat for the kids." Going even further was Paul L. Cook, of Augusta, who wrote: "I would ask Detroit to add rumble seats to cars. The first car I bought was a 1936 Ford...
...other for granted, and stay faithful to your marriage vows." The Bible says in Genesis 2: 23, "Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh." Paul L. Cook Augusta
>Richmond County Coroner Grover Tuten bows his head as the Rev. Paul L. Cook prays at the burial of the unclaimed remains of 27 people at Westview Cemetery. Stan Williams and Shirley Blocker, friends of the late Barbara Smith, attended Tuesday and said they wanted to show their respect.