Over at The Atlantic, Ronald Brownstein notes that the states with the fastest growing populations of under 20 year olds are the ones are the ones that tend to leave their children in worse shape, compared to the states Continue reading →
Last week, we told you about Senate Bill 1881, which would have prohibited federal funds from flowing to Planned Parenthood. Monday evening, Senate Democrats decided to filibuster a motion to open debate on the bill, and that motion ended up Continue reading →
EDITOR’S NOTE: This summer, the South Carolina legislature will debate whether to take down a Confederate flag that flies at the Statehouse in Columnbia and move it into a museum. Gov. Nikki Haley and a number of other political Continue reading →
A new Rasmussen Poll indicates that a growing number of Americans want state governments to tell the Supreme Court to get out of the business of rewriting laws and telling American citizens how to live their lives.
In a new front in the “Conflagration,” State Representative LaDawn Jones (D-62) has called for Georgians to avoid the state-owned Stone Mountain Park over the 4th of July weekend until the Confederate battle flag that flies near its Continue reading →