Future hopefuls look to boost Georgia Senate candidates 

If you stand close enough to someone in the spotlight, that light is probably also shining on you. As Georgia plays host to a pair of simultaneous Senate runoffs – with stakes as high as any non-presidential election can get – a host of politicians (and non-politicians) looking to boost their profiles may be parading through over the next few weeks.  

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Houston County nabs $55 mill solar project 

Despite all the election business this week at the Gold Dome, regular business continues. Gov. Brian Kemp announced last week that Silicon Ranch Corporation, one of the country’s largest solar power producers, would be investing approximately $55 million in a solar project in Houston County.  

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Recount Demands & Legislative Reform Rumblings

The Saturday night letter from Trump counsel Ray Smith to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is short but not sweet: “On behalf of President Donald J. Trump, in his capacity as the Republican candidate for president of the United States and President Donald J. Trump Inc., a recount is hereby demanded …”

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County results, a TRO denied & a Poll Worker’s Testimony

County vote certifications, a federal judge’s denial of a temporary restraining order to deny Georgia’s certification of the Nov. 3rd presidential election and more voter irregularities are part of the latest drama involving the Donald Trump-Joe Biden 2020 presidential campaign.

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Watch Sunday’s Georgia Gang here!

The Nov. 22 Gang discussion begins with the two Jan. 5th U.S. Senate runoffs, focusing on the money pouring in, the GOP ad war against Democrat Raphael Warnock (who’s running against Sen. Kelly Loeffler) and Sen. David Perdue’s response to Democrat Jon Ossoff’s call for more debates.

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Small Businesses Need Our Support Now More Than Ever

There are only a few more days until this year’s Small Business Saturday. Celebrated annually on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is a way for consumers to make an impact in their community by supporting local businesses during the holiday season. The day is designed to support local businesses that create jobs, boost the economy, and preserve neighborhoods across the nation.

Supreme Court  ‘Diversity’— Nationally & in Georgia  

The swearing-in of Amy Coney Barrett as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court strikes an important chord in favor of true diversity.  Justice Barrett will bring to America’s highest court new thoughts and perspectives. This is a far more important diversity than the prurient identity-politics-driven drivel dogmatically demanded by the political Left.

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Giant worms invade Georgia

There is a new invasive species in Georgia that scientists say to keep an eye out for – and it’s pretty gross.  The shovel-headed garden worm, originally from Europe, has been seen the Northeastern U.S. for years, but recent sightings in the South have agricultural experts concerned.  Capable of growing to more than a foot in length and carrying mild poisons, (don’t touch with your bare hands if you see one) the worms are carnivorous, and authorities such as the Georgia Department of Agriculture are keeping an eye on reports.  So watch out for this slimy invasive species, their introduction into the state has our ecosystem DRIFTING…

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