Ossoff Should Be Nervous With 6th District Early Voting

Early voting for the June 20th run-off in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District special election is over after today— and Republican candidate Karen Handel has reason to be pleased with the results. Given all the media attention and the fact it is the most expensive...

Ossoff Campaign Struggles With Early Vote Turnout

Republican Karen Handel’s campaign in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District for the June 20 election runoff can take some comfort in numbers being compiled by the non-partisan United States Elections Project. As of Friday (June 10) the early vote tally is a...

The FBI Nominee is a Federalist Society Favorite

When President Donald Trump tweeted his choice for the new FBI director yesterday morning – former federal prosecutor Christophe Wray, now a partner with Atlanta’s King & Spalding firm— many of us in the Atlanta chapter of the Federalist Society had great...

A Handel-Ossoff TV Debate Notebook

Tuesday night’s 6th District U.S. Congressional District special election runoff debate on WSB-TV between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff featured a wide range of issues: foreign policy (especially fighting terrorism and the Iranian nuclear...

Clarkston defies the feds at its own peril

  The City Council of Clarkston, Georgia, egged on by Mayor Ted Terry, recently passed a non-detainer policy that prohibits the federal agency Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) from arresting illegal immigrants within Clarkston city limits with a detainer...

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