Between the early early voting, the delayed voting, the actual voting and the runoff voting, it feels like pretty much every day of 2020 will be a voting day.read more
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger came under fire following the June 9 General Primary after many voters complained of long lines, inability to cast ballots, equipment problems and a host of other issues.read more
The U.S. Department of Education announced on Wednesday that 11 states will be receiving approximately $180 million in grant funding for “rethinking education to better serve students during the COVID-19 pandemic.”read more
Even though most Georgia media don’t report this, a federal law enforcement document reports that a left-wing mob that attacked the downtown Atlanta field office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) embedded nails into commercial-grade fireworks that were fired at the building.read more
Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA-09) believes freedom of speech is of supreme importance to the fabric of America and that no one should have the power to censor political speech. Wednesday, he joined with a number of other Congressman in introducing the “Stop the Censorship Act of 2020” to hold Big Tech accountable by rolling back Section 230 protections.read more
With the stroke of a pen, Georgia is now one of 30 states that regulate the sale of vaping products. Senate Bill 375, which was introduced by State Senator Jeff Mullis (R- Chickamauga) and carried by Rep. Boone Rich (R-Suwanee) in the House during the 2020 legislative session, seeks to address vaping and e-cigarette use among youth in Georgia. It was signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp late last week.read more
Incredible as it may seem, Ninth District U.S. Congressional candidate Brooke Siskin has been arrested twice this year while allowing a weird message to remain on her personal social media page. She is currently in an Aug. 11th runoff election with fellow Democrat Devin Pandy.read more
The August 9th Gang kicks off with panelists weighing in on how COVID-19 is affecting Georgia’s school reopenings. Topics then turn to politics beginning with speculation about a special General Assembly session that could be called by Gov. Brian Kemp, which could lead to more budget adjustments.read more
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The state of Georgia is required by law to have a balanced budget. Ahead of the new fiscal year on July 1, the Legislature faced difficult choices because of COVID-19-related decreases in state tax revenue.
Massive demonstrations and unrest stretching from America’s biggest cities to its smallest towns, a pandemic that’s already claimed the lives of more than 130,000 and a sputtering economy that’s displaced upwards of 21 million workers: By any measure, America is in a crisis.
With Atlanta violent crime rates skyrocketing, Gov. Brian Kemp should take center stage and deliver the biggest, “I told you so,” in the history of public safety. The reason? As Kemp has consistently messaged, many times gangs are responsible for rising crime.