Facebook tells me it is the birthday of our favorite Junior Leaguer turned City Councilwoman turned political writer Teri Anulewicz. She’s the one of us that reads the New York Times and Listens to NPR to come up with Tuesday’s Morning Reads. She does this sometimes while ironing her children’s shoelaces or sending thank you
Y’all. It’s been a week. And a half. TGIF. For your enjoyment, here’s a complete hodgepodge of headlines. Prayers for Barcelona in the wake of a horrific terror attack. For someone who surrounds himself with the smartest people, you would think this story would have been struck from his repertoire. I, for one, am
Shane Hazel, who bills himself as a limited government Republican, filed the necessary paperwork this week to challenge Congressman Rob Woodall for the privilege of representing Georgia’s 7 Congressional District. Hazel, a native of Gwinnett County, is married with 3 young children and resides in Cumming. A Marine Corps veteran he is employed as a
On this date in Georgia history, Leo Frank became a victim of a lynch mob in Marietta. Frank had been convicted of murdering a 15-year-old girl in 1913. His case was always in question and evidence pointed to another person, but several witnesses gave conflicting testimonies during the ctrial, leading to his conviction. Frank was
Let’s talk about Alex Michael Ramos, State Sen. Michael Williams, and violence. Ramos is the guy on the far right of the now-famous picture of the III% Security Force with Williams at an anti-sharia protest at Piedmont Park in June. He was also recorded at the Charlottesville rally beating counterprotesters. Ramos attacked Deandre Harris with others.
2017: When it became controversial for Republicans to denounce Nazis in America. Wither the Party of Reagan. “Bash the Fash” by Oi Polloi. Stacey Abrams: You know what is a totally practical idea that is in no way grandstanding? Removing the Stone Mountain carvings. Decatur (the real one) wants in on that action, too! Maybe
If you’ve traveled south of Atlanta on I-75 recently you may have noticed (and if you are me, been considerably confused by) two new reversible express lanes that run about 12 miles through Clayton and Henry counties. Depending on traffic conditions, driving in these lanes costs somewhere between $0.10 and $0.90 per mile. Apparently commuters