Georgia Breaks Jobs Records in August

Georgia continues to break records in job creation. According to State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler, Georgia broke records again in August – posting all-time highs in jobs and employment–and the state added to its labor force for the first time in six months and even saw new unemployment claims fall.

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Gas South gives back

Natural Gas marketer Gas South, which bills itself in its marketing as a corporate citizen with the slogan “A fuel for Good,” today presented $50,000 checks to six local charities, including Atlanta Mission, Kate’s Club, Nana Grants, Los Ninoa Primero, Shepherd Center, and Sunshine on a Rainey Day.

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Georgia Breaks Jobs Records in August

Georgia continues to break records in job creation. According to State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler, Georgia broke records again in August – posting all-time highs in jobs and employment–and the state added to its labor force for the first time in six months and even saw new unemployment claims fall.

read more

Gas South gives back

Natural Gas marketer Gas South, which bills itself in its marketing as a corporate citizen with the slogan “A fuel for Good,” today presented $50,000 checks to six local charities, including Atlanta Mission, Kate’s Club, Nana Grants, Los Ninoa Primero, Shepherd Center, and Sunshine on a Rainey Day.

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Georgia’s AGs beat WOTUSA; Guns Next?

While the Democrat socialists in the U.S. House of Representatives dithered about opening an “impeachment inquiry” (whatever that is) against President Donald Trump because he beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, his administration continued its march to keep his candidate promises.

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Gwinnett judge handed felony indictments

Gwinnett Judge Kathryn Schrader was indicted on three felony counts of criminal trespass in a bizarre case that involves Ed Kramer, a convicted child molester who helped found  Atlanta’s DragonCon.  Schrader believed district attorney Danny Porter was somehow spying on her via her work computer, so she allowed Kramer and two other men access to the county’s private network to monitor it.  Kramer was found to have access after he was caught taking pictures of a child in a doctor’s waiting room, after which law enforcement searched his computer and found a file with Schrader’s name on it.  An intriguing trial awaits, but from the looks of it Schrader’s ship is SINKING…

 

 

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