Below is a message from the Democratic Party of Georgia:
Tuesday July 20th is a critical moment in Georgia history.
After eight years of Republican rule, we begin [...]
I ended the last post with the phrase “the coming LEAN years.” Nothing further from the truth. The last couple of years were lean. This year will brutal, especially for the next State Superintendent of Schools.
Our General Assembly and Governor have passed yet another budget that does not take into account any possibility [...]
Alvin Greene syndrome seems to be spreading across the country as another state Democratic Party is scrambling to cast out one of its primary-anointed nominees. To be fair, Kesha Rogers has been campaigning vigorously out there in her conservative Texas district, but it’s honestly hard to fathom that a LaRouchian could make such [...]