While other states are still suffering as a result of the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia’s economy is bouncing back. One of the reasons — Georgia stayed open for business while other states were shuttered.read more
Billy Inman, a 55-year-old Woodstock man who was a voice of conscience after his son was killed by an illegal alien in a 2000 car crash, died two years ago of a heart attack. It was on June 16, 2000 when Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez slammed into the stopped vehicle of Billy and Kathy Inman and their 16-year-old son Dustin at a traffic light in Ellijay.read more
There’s been a lot of talk in the last few weeks about who will run for one of Georgia’s two U.S. Senate seats in 2022. Democrat Raphael Warnock currently holds the seat, filling the unexpired term of retired Sen. Johnny Isakson.read more
Understandably, considering the ensuing uproar, much of the coverage of this year’s legislative session has focused on the election law reforms passed by the General Assembly. The Citizen’s Arrest law also got a widely praised update – following the tragic shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.read more
Gov. Brian Kemp and his economic team are ecstatic that Korean companies LG Energy Solution and SK Innovation yesterday agreed to end their trade secret dispute and all litigation relating to electric vehicle batteries in the United States.read more
We still have about 19 months until the November 2022 elections in Georgia — but the first wave of candidates have already thrown their hats in the ring to challenge some of the state’s current Constitutional officers.read more
It has gone virtually unnoticed by most Georgians that several new cityhood bills were introduced at the end of the just-concluded General Assembly.read more
White House officials highlighted sluggish highway traffic, slow bus travel and spotty rural internet service in Georgia Monday as part of pitch to boost support for President Joe Biden’s $2.3 trillion infrastructure package.read more
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The media, regressive left and establishment right have provided a haunting object lesson when it comes to the tragedy of the Atlanta spa murders. Their refusal to call for the death penalty for these deranged homicides confirms the hollowness of their feigned outrage, the cynicism of their concocted concern and the emptiness of their “woke” protestations.
While age may have slowed Jesse Jackson’s political activities (he is nearly 80 years old), the strategy he launched in the early 1980s of using race as a lever to pressure corporations into donating money to causes he championed lives on, with renewed vigor in today’s hyper-partisan political environment. Truly, no sporting event or business is safe from becoming a racial football.
We live in a world where people can destroy someone else’s life from a smart phone in a matter of minutes. Many people may not care when someone like me is the target. But they should, because what happened to me could— and probably will— happen to you or someone you care about.