Wearing a cloak of sorrows

There is a woman I know to whom sorrow clings like dew to grass on a Southern summer morning. Once, she got a bad break in life. That isn’t unusual for anyone. Life bruises us all, even bloodies us up pretty good from time to time. But for her, sorrow has become a close, trusted, […]

Brown: Chairman Smith misleads on ties with developer-driven bank, mass transit

Several key points were made at the last candidates’ forum that distinguishes me from the incumbent Jack Smith. I will offer a few of those points in this correspondence. Video clips from the forum are available on my campaign website at www.sb4faycom.com. Smith’s theme for the entire forum was something akin to “Steve Brown is […]

A genuine hero

He was told he was too small and should go back home. “Go home boy, you’re not 18.” They were right. He was barely 17, having celebrated his birthday just a few months before. Lloyd Burns was a South Georgia boy who played football at Valdosta High School during the school’s glory days. But there […]

Men are just babies

This is another article that could get me kicked out of the men’s club, but someone has to write about it and it might as well be me. Old sayings tend to be sprinkled with a lot of truth. Old sayings like, “He married someone that reminded him of his mother.” Let’s face it, guys: […]