As a veteran, I have some particular worries about how our nation is meeting the needs of our men and women in uniform and [...]
On the heels of creating a new state Agency to direct public tax dollars to charter schools, Governor Deal announced support for a yet another new agency aimed at helping re-train and assist Georgia Veterans for jobs. It sounds all good and noble right? Just one problem…We already have one.
Governor Deal’s [...]
FLOTUS outshines the stars at Kennedy Center this weekend, and is POTUS totally checking her out or what?
Bob Costas goes off on guns during…Sunday Night Football? Yep…
Better Georgia weighs in on Tax Cuts and the Fiscal Slip-N-Slide
Atlanta City Council debates a pay raise for itself…Is it a [...]
A former Professor of mine from Kennesaw State, Kerwin Swint, has a nice piece regarding the $100 lobbyist cap in Georgia. It ends with this summation:
After all, every Georgian’s real fear should be that the state of Alabama has stronger ethics laws than the Peach State.
You know, I get why some [...]
Latest smart commentary from Rep. Scott Holcomb District 82. Published this morning on the Tucker Patch.
There’s a time-honored saying that any state legislator knows well: “All politics is local.” It remains true today. As a community, we need to remain focused on what keeps our local economy prosperous and our cities like [...]