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 →
The National Park Service says the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals building in New Orleans and courthouses in Georgia and Alabama have been named national historic landmarks for their contributions to civil rights.
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.
On July 1st, many new Georgia laws went into effect. Chief among them was the implementation of Georgia’s “Transportation Funding Act of 2015”. Additional tax dollars are now being collected to get the 4th fastest Continue reading →
One of Cobb County’s own was among the four Marines killed in yesterday’s attack in Chattanooga. The AJC has the details on Skip Wells, a graduate of Sprayberry High School. Governor Nathan Deal has issued an order that flags be Continue reading →
President Obama conceded Wednesday that lifting economic sanctions on Iran will boost that country’s economy and let it funnel more money to Hezbollah and other terrorist groups, but said the only real alternative would still present Tehran with a windfall Continue reading →