Author: Lawton Sack

Morning Reads – July 4th Eve

The Deep Dark is out getting darker, so I am filling in. The World’s Game The women’s national team defeated England yesterday 2 – 1 and move onto the World Cup Final to face the winner between Sweden and the Netherlands. The final will take place this Sunday at 11:00 a.m. The men’s national team

Lt. Gov. Duncan Announces Senate Study Committee Members

From a press release: Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan today announced the members of three Senate Study Committees: SR 202 (Senate Study Committee on Evaluating and Simplifying Physician Oversight of Physician Assistants and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses), SR 353 (Senate Study Committee on Community Schools), and SR 371 (Senate Protections from Sexual Predators Study Committee). “The

SD-30 Candidate Spotlight: Triana Arnold James

Triana Arnold James, former Democratic candidate for Lt. Governor in Georgia and former Mrs. Georgia, is seeking the Democratic nomination for Senate District 30. Her website states that she grew up in the cities of Smyrna and Marietta, both in Cobb County. She attended Morris Brown College and then joined the United States Army, where

Happy Birthday, Charlie

GeorgiaPol is Charlie Harper’s lawn that he allows us to play on. Well, at least when he is in a good mood. He has added another candle to his proverbial cake today and we would like to take a moment to share the Happiest of Birthday wishes to him. I have known Charlie for many

Three Senate Study Committees Appointed by Lt. Gov. Duncan

From a press release: Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan today announced the members of three Senate Study Committees: SR 442 (Senate Study Committee on Creating a Georgia Agricultural Marketing Authority), SR 479 (Senate Evaluating E-Scooters and other Innovative Mobility Options for Georgians Study Committee), and SR 153 (Senate Study Committee on Revising Voting Rights for Nonviolent

Morning Reads for Wednesday, June 19

Juneteenth Two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation, an order was read in Texas on June 19, 1865 announcing that all slaves were free in Texas and throughout the United States. Part of the order read: “This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves,