OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi opines the issue of Speaker David Ralston and his alleged abuse of a state law that allows him to continue legal cases for legislative duties. In her column, she discusses why the Georgia House has earned the leadership of Ralston.
Column - Acting AG picks up where Sessions left off, Meet the new boss
OPINION - Kemp will be the first anti-Common Core Georgia governor.
OPINION: I am certain that working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle will produce impactful and sound legislation.
"We need to have independent citizens serving in our state government. They should not be elected to serve a corporation or a social organization. The only voters in our elections are the citizens of the state. The election should be totally the results of the actions of the citizens. Corporations do not vote. Organizations do not vote."
OPINION: "As a Latino, I must be a Democrat, right? Sadly, that’s how many people view Latinos today and it is a myopic view of our diverse and multifaceted political opinions, many of which we share with Conservatives. There are many issues that would prevent me from aligning with the Leftist agenda but, none more pressing than their radical stance on abortion."
COLUMN: To His Eminence and His Excellency, the Archbishop Gregory, Regarding the Hidden Predator...
The following piece is an opinion piece by State Representative Jason Spencer. It reflects the views of the author and only those of author...
Column: Georgia Right To Life Board Member responds to the most recent US Supreme Court ruling in favor of the Colorado baker of not baking a cake for a gay couple's wedding.
Column: "The recently released and utterly predictable scores from ACT require yet another commentary on the decline of academic performance and college-readiness under Common Core."
By David Redl Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information and NTIA Administrator The demand for more spectrum capacity is intense, and its wise allocation is a top...