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The SOTU, it’s time to get to work

Feb 12, 2014

As most Georgians were dealing with a winter storm, the hot air in the House Chamber could have warmed the gridlock on Atlanta’s interstate.  Mr. President,...


One Last Session

Jan 11, 2014

I have been asked on a few occasions why I decided to stay in the General Assembly for the 2014 session when other Congressional candidates decided to...


Remembering Dick Leet

Aug 11, 2013

I got the news yesterday that my longtime friend, Dick Leet, passed away.  I met him at church and through my work with the Boy Scouts in his later years....


When these women speak, people listen

Aug 3, 2013

In Georgia, there are women, indeed many women, who have systematically made their mark without much fanfare but with quite dramatic results. Each competed...


The Jerry Springer Show, Cherokee County Style

Jul 29, 2013

One of my favorite records, yes, an album-vinyl-turntable, is one called “The Great Society Affair.”  It’s a spoof of the Luci Baines Johnson wedding...


Georgia Senate Race just got bigger: David Perdue enters

Jul 25, 2013

There’s been a buzz around the entry into the race of Michelle Nunn on the Democrat side in Georgia.  Although, she hasn’t used the “D” word yet....


Michelle Nunn, the GOP field and the Real War on Women

Jul 24, 2013

It does seem Republicans are held to a higher standard on all their mishaps.  People are still asked where they stand on Todd Akin.  And the real War...


Warren Lee Hill: The Death Penalty and Georgia

Jul 15, 2013

Tonight, Warren Lee Hill is scheduled to be executed in Georgia.  The usual groups are claiming he shouldn’t be executed because of his mental capabilities. Let’s...


Six for Senate: Every one of them can win, but only one will

Jul 13, 2013

In just over one year, Georgians will cast their ballots in the Republican and Democratic primaries. Until Sen. Saxby Chambliss announced his retirement,...


Randy Evans: With Saxby Chambliss’ departure, Georgia will lose seniority in Congress

Jun 9, 2013

Editor’s Note: We also wrote on this earlier this month. You can read it here. When the 114th Congress of the United States convenes, Georgians will...


David Pennington: Georgia is Expanding the Girth of State Government

May 12, 2013

Despite the tough times in Georgia, our leaders keep expanding state government by centralizing more power in Atlanta, spending more of our tax dollars,...


Online retailer rebels against state tax

Jan 24, 2013

Georgia-based Amazon shoppers continue to elude a newly implemented state tax, according to Amazon’s records. State lawmakers adopted a new sales tax...