Many of us took a short break around the holidays. A lot of us used that time with family or otherwise play catch up. Our Editor in Chief, Jon Richards, used his to get treatment for some recurring back pain. Many of you are noticing that Jon is still on his break. His has been
Today is the rare occurrence that begins both Hanukkah and Christmas. When we gather this evening for dinner with family and friends, the celebrations may be a bit different, but the tone is one of peace on earth. Let’s be honest. That’s going to me more challenging for many of us this year than most.
Chet is mostly out of sight these days. The kid that started with us as an intern a while back has since graduated UGA, and been promoted to contributor status with us here in the new digs. He’s out of sight because he’s now working on a re-election campaign deep in the heart of South
Today is the birthday of our original Millennial contributor, Ed. No one loves attention, or his own birthday, as much as Ed. He starts planning his birthday festivities three years in advance. Usually the plans don’t quite come together, but…Ed. Ed also loves music. He’s also a bit left leaning. He doesn’t fear socialism nor
Charlie announced the GeorgiaPol.com Sine Die Road Show last Friday, but given the chaos (and I really do mean chaos) of the last few days, a reminder is warranted. Where: Hudson’s Grille Midtown, 942 Peachtree Street NE Atlanta GA 30309 When: TONIGHT, 7PM to 10PM Details: We’re providing the room & the company. You buy your
As is custom, those in the #GaPol will gather THE NIGHT BEFORE Sine Die (That’s Wednesday folks. WEDNESDAY night) to commiserate over the actions and inactions of this years Georgia General Assembly. We have a new location for this event: Hudson’s Grille in Midtown. It’s on Peachtree Street just south of 10th. Parking is available
No, this isn’t a post about what makes you outraged and the “one thing that will save America”. This is a post asking what you want out of this site? Consider it a limited open thread to the general topic of GeorgiaPol.com: 1) Are there technical features you would like (keeping in mind this is