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Sunday voting, polling & GOP-leaning millennials

  What is the impact of first-time ever Sunday voting in Georgia, which occurred in several Democratic-heavy counties? It isn’t a big deal— at least this year. Mark Rountree and Mike Seigle of Landmark Communications have compiled interesting findings. “Of the ... 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

Introducing the first issue of  Southern Political Report magazine online, CLICK HERE to view the interactive version.

SPR Final Fall Cover 2014

The July/August 2014 issue of James is now available online!  CLICK HERE to view the interactive version.



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ATL311 Goes Live

ATL311 is the City of Atlanta’s new non-emergency call center, which opened its doors, (phone lines?) this week.  The line allows citizens to call in complaints and concerns about non-life threatening issues; no longer will calls about a broken water main or code enforcement violations go to 911 operators.  A big step in the right direction for Mayor Kasim Reed and for the city itself, which sees its ship RISING…


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