So remember last fall when folks voted for private charter schools and various ”Leftist Front Groups” like the PTA, Georgia School Superintendents Association, state’s school superintendent, John D. Barge, and others warned y’all there would be big paychecks in it for folks who championed these paid for taxpayer private schools?
Oh come on you remember…
Well today [...]
Excellent choice of photo award goes to this blog!
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 [...]
Suspicious test scores in roughly 200 school districts resemble those that entangled Atlanta in the biggest cheating scandal in American history, an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows. The newspaper analyzed test results for 69,000 public schools and found high concentrations of [...]
Sometimes it is horrifyingly embarrassing to live in Georgia. Take the current legal challenge to President Obama’s name appearing on the Presidential Preference Ballot because he is not a natural-born US Citizen. I think when we heard about this we thought it would be quietly dismissed. But, no! Not in Georgia. The Administrative Law [...]
ATLANTA (CBS ATLANTA) – Gov. Nathan Deal is urging state legislators to support Newt Gingrich’s bid for president. In a letter to state Republicans, Deal encouraged legislators “to join me and many fellow Georgians in endorsing our next president, Georgia’s own, Newt Gingrich.”
I realize the political news today is mostly about the “Cainwreak” that is/was his cray-cray campaign, but buried down in the twitter verse was a fascinating story about a possibly little known GA agency called the Judicial Qualifications Commission.
Savannah attorney Gary Wisenbaker (R-Donor) pleaded guilty in Federal Court today because he ” defrauded his clients out of more than $50,000.”
WJCL has the story here. He just ran for state house in Chatham County and lost. Republican governor Sonny appointed him to the Georgia Student Finance Commission . His term expires [...]
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