Congressman Tom Graves (R-GA-14) spoke to the Floyd County Republican Women yesterday. The Rome News Tribune covered the Congressman’s remarks and subsequent questions from the audience. The elephant in the room is the motion to vacate the Continue reading →
During his term as governor, Gilmore chaired the Congressional Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce. The Commission was charged with the task of making recommendations to the United States Congress on Internet taxation. The Commission’s Report to Congress opposed Continue reading →
Almost predictably, after the news got out that the Georgia GOP is financially in basically the same shape it was back in February, I saw social media status updates decrying the financial stewardship of GAGOP chair John Padgett. The complaints Continue reading →
This, according to the AJC, reporting that Republicans have raised $636,000 and spent $613,000 between February and June. The party had a a net balance of $105,000 — but also $91,000 in outstanding debts, all incurred since January.
The usually brilliant and stalwart Kevin D. Williamson of National Review appears at last to have fallen victim to the virus known as Beltway Insider-itis. In doing so, he joins the likes of David Brooks and Jen Rubin, so-called Continue reading →
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 →