Echols Leads Tour of “Smart” Corridor

For most, driving down North Avenue in Atlanta means one of two things: a trip to Georgia Tech for some reason or a hankering for the world’s best chili dog at the Varsity. Last Friday however, at the invitation of Public Service Commissioner Tim Echols, those reasons were much different.

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Galloway & Co. Indifferent to Ga. Gang Crisis

Despite the fact that “Charlie Bailey, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, has used similar figures” on Sept. 14 the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s political blog scribes— led by Jim Galloway along with Greg Bluestein and Tamar Hallerman– piously defamed the Georgia Gang Investigators Association 2018 estimate of 71,000 gang members and associates operating in Georgia.

Georgia’s Civil Asset Forfeiture is Bad Public Policy

The government is no stranger to wasteful spending. In fact recently, Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway came under fire for purchasing a tricked-out 707 HP Dodge Charger Hellcat for a cool $70,000. The unnecessary acquisition was bankrolled through a troubling government tool called civil asset forfeiture.

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Georgians donate to Florence victims

In a pair of moves that have perhaps flown under the radar, two big Georgia names have pledged to give significant aid to our neighbors to the north as they recover from the devastating Hurricane Florence.  Arthur Blank and the UPS Foundation have each promised $1 million to hurricane relief efforts, with the money going to a variety of organizations in North and South Carolina.  These two are no strangers to philanthropy, but nonetheless such generous offers have their ships RISING…

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