Could On-Demand Home Alcohol Delivery Soon Be On Tap?

  One of my colleagues enjoys pointing out that many red states, including my home state of Georgia, engage in nanny-state lawmaking and attempt to restrict largely innocuous behavior. While the truth is that Georgians enjoy many more liberties than most states,...

Georgia, other states need feds to fight gangs

  As Georgia’s gang crisis deepens, an eerie parallel emerges with a previous blight in Southern history. Shamefully, Southern politicians advocated for Tenth Amendment protection of slave-property rights and to defend Jim Crow. In a recent InsiderAdvantage...

Kemp unveils 2021 budget proposal

  Gov. Brian Kemp unveiled a $28.1 billion budget proposal Thursday that would set a new record for state spending in fiscal 2021 despite the air of fiscal uncertainty surrounding this year’s General Assembly session. While the spending plan would surpass the...

A Letter to InsiderAdvantage on Rep. McBath

  Your New Year’s lead article on U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Ga., forces me to make at least one point. In fact, I was already working on bumper stickers reading “Send McBath Back to Tennessee, Send Handel to Congress.” The (House Speaker Nancy) Pelosi...

Is a federal gang legislation constitutional?

  On Jan. 10, in this space, attorney Bill Black proposed that our new U.S. senator, Kelly Loeffler, introduce national gang prosecution legislation in order to “message” conservatives that she is serious about fighting gang crimes. This is the sort of knee-jerk...

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