Watching the news these days can be a downer, but don’t you love those stories at the end that spotlight people making a difference?
Here are two amazing projects that I encourage you to drop what you are doing and check out.
First, I don’t know if you’ve heard, but there are thousands of children […]
Nice to know that the State of Georgia has $3,000,000 laying around.
By Aaron Gould Sheinin
State government on Friday will announce it has settled two remaining lawsuits against its ethics commission as well as one that had yet to be filed, the AJC has learned.
Most of the dust has settled, and it looks like we know where everyone will be. Here’s what the field looks like:
In a result that shocked literally nobody, Michelle Nunn is the Democratic nominee, with over 75% of the vote. At present, Steen Miles is in second, with Todd Robinson in third, though […]
Ten years ago Georgia voters shamefully passed a Constitutional Amendment banning same sex marriage – Thanks Ken Mehlman. At that time Republicans needed a scary issue to mobilize the religious right in the 2004 elections.
It worked, kind of.