Deal’s blessing, secret tapes & Hill goes for Kemp

As InsiderAdvantage was the first news outlet to report on Sunday, Gov. Nathan Deal yesterday finally acceded to weeks of pressure and endorsed the Republican gubernatorial candidacy of Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle for the July 24th runoff election against Secretary of State Brian Kemp.

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Candidates Face Off in Press Club Debates

The Atlanta Press Club debate series was held yesterday in the GPB studios in Atlanta. The Republican lieutenant governor candidates, Democrat state school superintendent candidates, the 6th and 7th district Democrat congressional candidates and the Republican Secretary of State candidates all squared off as the runoff elections build toward their climax in the final couple weeks.

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Lt. Gov’s Race Hits the Mud

As the governor’s race between Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp continues soaking up a lot of the attention – breaking fundraising records in the process – the lieutenant governor’s race is not going to let them hog the mud.

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Perdue cousins talk agriculture in GA

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture and former Governor Sonny Perdue, U.S. Sen. David Perdue (R-GA), and state Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black traveled the state Monday to talk to and receive feedback from members of Georgia’s agriculture industry.  

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Legislature passes another transportation bill, but it’s wrong for Cobb

Whenever a transportation bill snakes its way through the state legislature, taxpayers should guard their wallets. It was just three years ago when the legislature approved a massive gas and hotel tax increase to fund transportation. But earlier this year, the legislature approved another transportation bill (HB 930), and because of it, metro counties, including Cobb, could face more tax increases.

Red, Purple, & Blue: The Price of Loyalty

​The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is not happy. The world’s largest business organization recently published a state-by-state report on the economic impact of President Trump’s new tariffs, finding that $750 million in exports and nearly 1.3 million jobs are at risk. Approximately 46% of that $750 million in exports from our state goes to the most notorious enemy of America – Canada. The idea that these tariffs are of national economic interest is laughable. Per the U.S. Chamber of Commerce:

Red, Purple, & Blue: Mayor Bottoms Leads on Immigration in Georgia

The policy of separating families and caging children is unquestionably one of the greatest human rights violations in recent American history. Though President Trump nominally signed an executive order recently to end the so-called “zero tolerance” policy that he himself orchestrated, it does little to rectify the broader problems with his administration’s immigration policies. Anyone who consciously fails to act to alleviate this problem will not be fondly remembered by history.

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State Rep. Duped by Satirical Interview

State Rep. Jason Spencer (R-Woodbine) is back in the news in a bizarre way. The controversial state rep., who was defeated in the May primary, has threatened legal action against “Hollywood liberals” to stop the airing of a segment he did for actor Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Showtime program. Spencer, who was told he was appearing in a video on “elected officials who may be targeted by terrorists,” claims he was duped into making derogatory statements by producers for the satirical show. For Spencer an upcoming embarrassing segment on national television, and his failure to notice something amiss, has his ship SINKING…

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