Help Educate Drivers On Georgia’s Move Over Slowpoke Law

This week’s Courier Herald column: There are a lot of important things going on in the world.  The Supreme Court has rediscovered strict interpretations of the Constitution and the principles of Federalism, the economy continues to be ground toward recession between the gears of inflation and higher interest rates, and Freddie Freeman has grown publicly

Morning Reads for Friday, June 24, 2022

Gov. Brian Kemp to give sworn recorded statement in Fulton County’s investigation of former President Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn Georgia elections in 2020. Rep. (?) Marjorie Greene denies asking for pardon from White House after January 6, 2021 riot, despite story from White House aide. Sen. Jon Ossoff calls for investigation of Pulaski State

We’re The Hypocrites, Not Herschel Walker

Do you have any regrets or mistakes you’ve made in your personal life? How about as a parent? Hopefully, everyone answered yes to both of those questions. It means you are human and aware of your actions. Many within the left-leaning media across the country and in Georgia have demonstrated they aren’t and are in

Morning Reads for Friday, June 17, 2022

It will never happen. Becoming Mos Eisley, they are. Rearranging the deck chairs… A fabulous idea. Yes, the study of economics is hard. But it doesn’t lie, no matter what your politics tell you. No, it’s not a movie. Everything is awful. I Want To Believe. Your milage may vary. Hummingbirds aren’t just for old

Morning Reads for Friday, June 10, 2022

Don’t mess with Texas. Alright. Alright. Alright. For those that like memes. And somewhere in that warehouse is a cigarette-smoking man, plotting something. Because it is a script from a cult leader. Who knew? Cephalopods are the key to adding an Invisibility Cloak to our arsenal of survival skills. Inflation is the new black. Or

Stagflation? That’s Not Econ 101

This week’s Courier Herald column: When someone tries to use economics to justify what they’re proposing, they’ll often explain it as if basic economic principles demand it.  “This is just Econ 101.” The problem with using entry level economics courses to try to explain real word reactions relies on some of the non-real world assumptions

Bias In Catoosa County & GAGOP Disconnected From Voters

It is encouraging to see conservatives criticizing Georgia Republican officials for their lack of impartiality in the recent primary. For casual voters, it wasn’t obvious, but for anyone paying attention, it was clear some party officers were biased. Among those who have spoken out on the issue is Erick Erickson, who called for the resignation