The last time that the GOP went through a similar transition was in 1976 when an emerging coalition of southern and western small business conservatives began to wrest control of the party away from the more moderate Midwestern and 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.
That’s the money quote from Alabama Governor Robert Bentley, describing the tension between an American South steeped in the traditions of the Confederacy and a region that is working hard to attract businesses and jobs for its residents.
Two years after the U.S. Supreme Court decided that the criteria developed in the 1960s that was used to determine which states and localities would be subject to federal approval before making changes to voting districts and procedures, a group Continue reading →
Plenty of ink has been spilled describing the challenges Republicans will face over the next year selecting their 2016 presidential candidate. Choices range from libertarian to social conservative to moderate to establishment to tea party, with plenty of subflavors in Continue reading →
In a letter to the editor submitted to Peach Pundit, Chris Clark, President and CEO of the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, said Georgia’s congressmen who voted for the Trade Promotion Authority deserve a round of applause.