The prestigious publication Inside Elections has moved both of Georgia’s 2020 U.S. Senate races from “leans Republican” to “likely Republican,” a sign that Democrats haven’t found top-tier candidates that are more electable and in the voter mainstream.read more
If you want to learn ways to safeguard your personal information, head to Middle Georgia later this week.read more
Jenny Beth Martin, chairwoman of the Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund, blames staffers for U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Ga., for calling the Sandy Springs police to remove demonstrators from her office and office property.read more
Attorney General Chris Carr wants to ensure that school choice is protected in Georgia and across the country.read more
Atlanta City Councilman Amir Farokhi made news the other day during a Dentons law firm forum by speculating that the Council could cut operating permits to e-scooter companies to around four or five early next year.read more
For those looking to do some good, this week offers plenty of opportunity. Hands On Atlanta week kicked off on Saturday and will once again be the biggest week for volunteers during the year in Atlanta. Some ten thousand volunteers will hit the streets working on hundreds of projects in different areas.read more
Concerns over vaping and E-cigarette use are spreading across the state, and state officials have taken notice. The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) has confirmed one death and nine confirmed cases of a vaping-related illness in Georgia.read more
Defeated 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is getting more radical than even a year ago as evidenced by the activities of her political organization.read more
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A David and Goliath story recently emerged during Georgia Supreme Court oral arguments in Ballin v. the State. “David” being the very few Georgia evidence scholars and the “Goliath” being a systemic disregard for the most fundamental body of law in a murder trial: evidence.
Instead of dialogue about productive measures to contend with America’s gang crisis besieging Georgia, a recent Marc Hyden Forum oped amounts to a Shakespearean thumb-bite with no actual purpose except to incite political polarization and the underreporting of gang-crime victims.
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