McBath returns $2,000 from radical Minnesota congresswoman

First-term U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Ga., this week rejected a $2,000 contribution from fellow U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who has been criticized by colleagues on both sides of the aisle for anti-Jewish statements and disrespecting the murder of Americans during the Sept. 11, 2001 radical Muslim attacks. But InsiderAdvantage has also learned that McBath hasn’t returned another $2,000 contributed by Omar last October.

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McBath returns $2,000 from radical Minnesota congresswoman

First-term U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Ga., this week rejected a $2,000 contribution from fellow U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., who has been criticized by colleagues on both sides of the aisle for anti-Jewish statements and disrespecting the murder of Americans during the Sept. 11, 2001 radical Muslim attacks. But InsiderAdvantage has also learned that McBath hasn’t returned another $2,000 contributed by Omar last October.

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Geoff Duncan on the “Four C’s”

Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan sat down with our friends at Georgia CEO this week to talk about his philosophy for improving downtrodden communities across the state – the “Four C’s” – churches, charities, corporations, and citizens.

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Watch the April 21 Georgia Gang on YouTube!

The Gang begins its April 21st broadcast with a spirited debate over the Mueller Report; Phil Kent notes it exonerates the president over the Russian collusion allegation and w/ the conclusion no crimes ever occurred; Alexis Scott and Tharon Johnson push back. Lori...

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No, Criminal Justice Reform in Georgia Isn’t Dead

In a memorable scene from the comedy “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” a government official meanders through a plague-infested village screaming, “Bring out your dead!” — presumably for burial. This somber scene is interrupted when a villager tries to deliver a man for inhumation despite him being alive and constantly uttering, “I’m not dead yet!”

Gang Conference Adheres to Governor Kemp’s Vision

Opening with Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp’s inspirational rallying cry to “stop and dismantle” criminal street gangs, the Georgia Gang Investigators Association’s Metro Atlanta Gang Intelligence Meeting, held on April 10, 2019, at the Georgia World Congress Center, hosted hundreds of law enforcement partners from Metro Atlanta and beyond.

Seeing the benefits of tax reform on Tax Day

As April 15th approaches, American families and small businesses are filing their taxes across the country, and the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is back in the news. But, despite what you might read on Facebook, the facts are clear: our economy is thriving, wages are going up and tax reform is helping American workers keep more of their hard-earned money.

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Savannah a ‘top food city’

With an ever-growing restaurant scene in Savannah, it comes as no surprise the city was named one of the top food cities in the South.  Southern Living magazine has announced its 2019 winners for Best Food City in the South and coming in at No. 3 on the list was Savannah, Ga. Southern Living encouraged patrons visiting Savannah to try The GreyAlleyCat LoungeFoxy Loxy CafeWyld Dock BarBack in the Day Bakery and Green Truck Pub.  Savannah is a must-visit for foodies, and this recognition has its ship RISING…

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