Author: Nathan

Secretary of State’s Office Launches Investigation Into DPG After Failed System Intrusion Attempt

We received this presser this morning about the Georgia Secretary of State’s office opening an investigation into the Democratic Party of Georgia after a failed intrusion attempt into Georgia’s Voter Registration system. ATLANTA – After a failed attempt to hack the state’s voter registration system, the Secretary of State’s office opened an investigation into the Democratic Party of

Dear AJC: Your Lack Of Skepticism Shows Democratic Bias

To quote the late President Ronald Reagan: “There you go again…” Last week, the AJC had a front page story on the dust up over a bus from “Black Votes Matter” stating the organization is non-partisan. Their own website links to a C-4 political organization that has engaged in independent expenditures against a Republican candidate.

Farewell, Mr. Jenkins

2018 has been a rough year.  I learned this past Thursday that one of my favorite teachers passed away from a quick battle with cancer.  I wasn’t able to attend the memorial service for him in my hometown this weekend, but I will take a moment of personal privilege to remember a teacher who had

Thank You, Governor Deal

Dear Governor Deal: I don’t believe there’s an elected official in Georgia that has a more direct impact on my life than you.  In fact, I probably wouldn’t be sitting in Braselton, GA right now writing this had you not become Georgia’s governor.  That statement isn’t a political fan boy moment…it’s fact.  Both your candidacy

State Of Emergency For Georgia Issued Ahead Of Florence

If you have been watching the weebly-wobbly track of Hurricane Florence, then you can see how difficult it is to project where it’s going to make landfall. Estimates earlier in the week placed Florence making landfall somewhere on the North Carolina coast. That estimate has now drifted further south with a potential impact on Georgia