Author: Lawton Sack

Las Vegas Shooting Conspiracist Running in GA-6

Marjorie Taylor Greene announced her candidacy for Congress as a Republican for Congress from GA-6 earlier today. Greene is known by some for her comments made in October, 2017 about the Las Vegas shooting in September of that same year. In a video posted to Facebook on the American Truth Seekers page, she raised doubts

Holly Gardner Wins Jon Richards Award

The Georgia Young Republicans (GYR) hosted their 2019 GYR Awards Party at Winston’s Wine Cellar this past weekend in Savannah. The event included participants from all around Georgia. As part of the event, Holly Gardner was recognized with the Jon Richards Award for her continued support of Young Republicans. Jon was a tremendous supporter of

Proposed GOP Resolution Against Ralston

The following is a proposed resolution sent out for the GAGOP Convention. It seeks the resignation of Speaker David Ralston and to term-limit future Speakers. RESOLUTION WHEREAS, it has been brought to the collective attention of the Georgia Republican Party that Georgia House Speaker David Ralston is perversely abusing the power of his office, which

New GA DOR Motor Vehicles System May Cause In-Person Delays in Late May and June

It was announced on April 1 by the Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) that they will be implementing a new system called Georgia Driver Record and Integrated Vehicle Enterprise System (DRIVES). Their hope is “to upgrade and modernize the vehicle registration and titling system” and to “enable more self-service options, improve customer service, and enhance

Rep. Buddy Carter Draws Primary Opponent

Dr. Jay Melvin shared with us that Daniel Merritt has announced his candidacy as a Republican against Rep. Buddy Carter (R) in GA-1. According to his bio on his campaign website, Merritt is currently serving as a Major in the United States Army Reserves. He is also the co-founder and co-owner of Nine Line Apparel,

Op-Ed: Computer Science Education

The following Op-Ed was co-authored by Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and Senate Education Chairman P.K. Martin (R – Lawrenceville) regarding Senate Bill 108 which was just signed into law by Governor Brian Kemp. One half of one percent. That’s how many Georgia students complete a computer science course as part of their high school curriculum.