Debate Over Judge Backed by Open Borders Group

DeKalb County State Court Judge Dax Lopez was a longtime board member and fundraiser with the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO) until he resigned under pressure when then-President Barack Obama nominated him for a federal judgeship.

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Georgia Taking Baby Steps in Hemp Cultivation

Friday morning, Governor Kemp signed HB 213, the hemp farming bill. A reminder, that is hemp, notably separate and distinct from marijuana. Hemp contains almost no tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive chemical abundant in marijuana.

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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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Hate group targets Georgia colleges

Noted hate group Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest this weekend’s commencement ceremonies at three Atlanta HBCU’s – Spelman, Morehouse, and Clark Atlanta.  The group, which has protested the funerals of American soldiers but reserves its most vile displays for gay-friendly organizations, are targeting the schools for having LGBTQ organizations on campus, having “false prophets” in their administrations, and having policies allowing transgender students.  The schools are aware and taking steps to combat the hate group, whose ship is always SINKING…

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