Happy Thanksgiving from InsiderAdvantage

  The entire staff of InsiderAdvantage wishes all its readers a very happy Thanksgiving.  We hope you spend it with family and friends – eating, drinking, and giving thanks for all the blessings in your life.  We’ll be back Friday with new content...

Peachtree bike lane plan meets resistance

When the Buckhead Community Improvement District and the Georgia Department of Transportation unveiled a plan to remove a travel lane from Peachtree Rd. between Peachtree Battle and Deering Rd.’s to add a bike lane and a turn lane, the push-back was as immediate...

Watch last week’s Georgia Gang on Youtube

See InsiderAdvantage CEO Phil Kent and the rest of the Georgia Gang discuss Governor Deal’s statement regarding Syrian refugees, Secretary of State Brian Kemp’s data breach, and a whole lot more on...

Bell tower on Stone Mountain ‘dead’; media criticized

The board chairwoman of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, Carolyn Meadows, tells InsiderAdvantage that an idea to erect a Martin Luther King “liberty bell” tribute tower atop the huge granite Confederate memorial is “dead.” She said the board, which oversees...

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Congress must act to bar Syrian refugees

This oped by InsiderAdvantage CEO Phil Kent first appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution. President Barack Obama’s foreign policy failures, especially his refusal to take the lead in wiping out the Muslim ISIS terror base in Syria and Iraq, have dangerous...

Climate Change: Can It Really Be Stopped?

SUBSCRIBER CONTENT: From the Atlanta Business Chronicle, November 20, 2015 From November 30, 2015 through December 11, 2015, the world will gather in Paris, France for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference.  How the Paris terrorist attacks affect all of...

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Floating Boats

The election for Atlanta Mayor isn’t until 2017, but already the field is coming into view – and it’s going to be one competitive race.  State Senator Vincent Fort and State Rep. Margaret Kaiser are expected to make bids from the state legislature, while City Council President Caesar Mitchell and Council-member Kwanza Hall are also primed to enter the race.  Former City Council President Cathy Woolard has already announced her candidacy.  Whoever wins will have big shoes to fill, but a competitive race means the city should get the best Mayor possible, which means the ship is RISING…

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