Tuesday, September 19, 2017

COLUMN: Georgia Resists Against White Supremacy

Column from James Woodall on the marches in Georgia this past weekend. "Many of the speakers shared a similar desire to remove Confederate monuments and memorials from public spaces, such as city squares and county courthouses."

COLUMN: Stop telling us to unite.

"We live in a grossly divided nation where people dig their feet in on every single issue. Every issue is the one that leads us to the hill on which we plan to die...until the next one comes along."

COLUMN: The Summerville News Can’t Browbeat the Truth

'COLUMN by Jessica Szilagyi - Why is 'The Summerville News' wasting time attacking a competitor when they should be writing the news?

Senator Jack Hill: Georgia’s a Winner by Almost Any Comparison

The most recent comments from State Senator Jack Hill ->

2018 Georgia Governor’s Race: Fundraising Analysis

And, they're off!  As of the June 30, 2017 campaign contribution disclosure report due date, a total of seven brave (or, crazy, depending on your perspective) gubernatorial candidates have filed their June 30 reports with the (formerly known as) Ethics Commission.

COLUMN: What Rural Georgia Needs in a Governor

Jessica Szilagyi dives into the topics candidates for Georgia Governor should be discussing...but aren't.

COLUMN: The New Patriotism

What it means to be a 'patriot' has changed over the last 100 years. Jessica Szilagyi breaks it down in her most recent column.

COLUMN: Government Should Not Compete With The Private Sector

“A government big enough to give you everything you want, is a government big enough to take away everything that you have.”

An Open Letter to Attorney General Chris Carr

Contributor Jessica Szilagyi has penned an open letter to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr on what she feels needs to be added to his campaign platform if he wants to show people he is dedicated to open and transparent government.

COLUMN: To the students who walked out on Pence…

"You didn’t take a stand, you didn’t prove a point, and you didn’t change a thing."