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Column: Common Core, The Great “Leveler”

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."

Senator David Perdue: Honoring Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice

Memorial Day is a time to pause, honor, and remember those who paid the ultimate price to protect America and defend freedom around the world.

Column: Acting AG picks up where Sessions left off, Meet the new boss

Column - Acting AG picks up where Sessions left off, Meet the new boss

COLUMN: The Case for David Shafer for Lt. Governor by Josh McKoon

State Senator Josh McKoon makes the case for Senator David Shafer in his race of Lt. Governor.

COLUMN: Georgia Doesn’t Need “Cagle’s Law” or 2-Party Consent

Senator Jeff Mullis and his pals want to make Georgia a 2-party consent state, which would meddle in the private conversations of individuals and limit a tool the media has used to shed light on poor behavior of elected officials for decades.

Column: School ‘turnaround’ bill – We said no, but they don’t care.

There is an old saying in education: "Those that can, teach. Those that can't, pass laws about teaching." Of course, in the teacher's lounge,...

Group: GA Registration Law Does Not Require Exact Name Match

The following is a press release from Garland Favorito of VoterGA.org. Georgia voter registration law has been blamed in many recent news reports and by...

Column: A Hollow Victory for Religious Liberty

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: Tribalism Was More Influential In Deciding Our Elections Than Candidates

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. Tribalism is killing us. We,...

COLUMN: The Lieutenant Governor’s Race is Already Over for Me

OPINION: Contributor Jessica Szilagyi opines on the outcome of the Lt. Governor's race on the Republican ticket and talks about why she found it to be the state's most disappointing race.