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COLUMN: Casey Cagle – The Guy Who Doesn’t ‘Get’ Government

Contributor Jessica Szilagyi delves into the legislative record of Casey Cagle and talks about his view of the role of the state government based on his recent statements.

Watchdog says Georgia Voting Machine Commission Recommended “Unsafe Voting Systems”

The following is an opinion-based press released from Garland Favorito of the group Voter GA. It reflects the views of only the author and...

COLUMN: 2019 Legislative Session – the Highs & Lows of Final Passage

OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi talks about her annual analysis of the best of the best and the worst of the worst from the Georgia legislative session.

Column: Common Core supporters offer yet another sad defense of failed standards

Column - "Proponents of the failed and destructive Common Core experiment refuse to let it go."

COLUMN: A Person of Integrity

"One of the places we see a lack of integrity is in our political candidates. We hope that any candidate that we support is a man or woman of integrity. A person of integrity will not use deception in order to be elected to an office."

COLUMN: Evaluation of GOP Governor’s Race Ahead of Early Voting

The following article is an editorialized opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Though early voting...

The President’s National Spectrum Strategy Will Give America a Boost in 5G

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...

Rep. Jeff Jones: 8th Legislative Update of 2019

Hear from one of our state representatives as he details what's going on under the Gold Dome.

COLUMN: The Agony of Open Records Requests

Over the last 13 months, I've had the privilege of filing Open Records Requests in a dozen city and counties in an effort to...

COLUMN: Why Allow A Candidate To Spend More Money To Get A Job Than...

"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."