Georgia Needs a New Path on Homelessness

  On any given night over 10,000 Georgians are homeless. Georgia has made great strides in reducing that number over the past few years, but it is obvious that street, or “unsheltered,” homelessness has exploded in many of our cities and towns. Why, even before...

Cobb County: Detroit on the Chattahoochee?

  It is an unfortunate political fact of life that in the United States, starting as far back as the end of World War II, liberals have been migrating from high tax, big spending states with relatively high regulatory burdens on business to the lower taxed...

Clearing up revisionist history over the SKI plant

  There is no doubt Georgia has a lot of reasons to breathe a sigh of relief that the dispute is settled between the South Korean companies SKI and LGES relating to the theft of trade secrets. It is also important as we look back at what occurred so that, as a...

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