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Ga. Democrats resort to ‘crude’ race-baiting

  The Georgia Democrat Party, chaired by former state legislator Dubose Porter, is attempting to use the shooting death of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri, by a white police officer to get angry blacks to the polls in what senior Fox News correspondent Brit ... read more

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Holder: Fiddling While Rome Burns

  On Oct 14, 2014, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder proclaimed with great fanfare that, effective immediately, federal prosecutors can no longer include in plea agreements language which operates to waive a criminal defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to the ... read more

The Real National Debt figure…

As the coming election gets closer I decided to deviate from a “true Georgia” column to one that can be applied to all Americans. I’m talking about the national debt. It’s relevant to Georgians because we are all inheriting a piece of it, as well as our kids and ... read more

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Mistrial Declared in DeKalb CEO Case

Suspended DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis’ corruption case was declared a mistrial on Tuesday after jurors failed to reach a decision.  Another trial is likely for Ellis, who faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted on all accounts.  Looks like this case will drag out for a few more months, which sees just about everybody’s ship DRIFTING…


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