New Voting Machines for Georgia

  This year Georgia will likely buy new voting machines for the whole state. The last time we did this was in 2001 – and while the technology has evolved since then, one important factor remains the same: the human part of the equation. My wife and I recently...

Reynolds’ Appointment as GBI Chief Well-Timed

  To anyone who has been part of the battle against Georgia’s gang crisis, Gov. Brian Kemp’s recent announcement of Cobb County District Attorney Vic Reynolds as the new director of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was inspiring. District Attorney Reynolds has...

Response to GDOT’s Pirkle on E-Verify

  In her response to my recent IAG column “Will the General Assembly reverse the 2018 GDOT carve-out on E-Verify for contractor bids?” GDOT writer Meg Pirkle accuses me of “a number of omissions and factual inaccuracies.” The topic was GDOT’s Senate Bill 445 from...

The State of the Union, Abrams & the AJC

  The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently ran a front-page article on defeated Georgia Democratic socialist Stacey Abrams’s selection as the purveyor of the Democratic Party response to the State of the Union speech due to be delivered on February 5. This...

Integrity of GDOT Bidding Process Untouched by SB 445

  A recent opinion piece in this publication (“Will the General Assembly reverse the 2018 GDOT carve-out on E-Verify for contractor bids” by D.A. King) contains a number of omissions and factual inaccuracies. King’s opinion piece questioned the ethics of S.B 445,...

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