Up in D.C., it remains to be seen if paranoia over a globalist takeover of our dear Republic will be the dominant economic worldview. But here in Georgia, we’re reaping plenty of benefits from being a key U.S. player in the global economy. In a statement released Tuesday, Governor Nathan Deal said the Peach State
This week’s Courier Herald column: On Sunday night, the Atlanta Falcons christened their new home for the next thirty years or so with a win over the Green Bay Packers. The game wasn’t quite as close as the 34-23 score might indicate. The team, like their new facility, looks to be in world class form.
From The Georgia Ports Authority: Dear Customers and Valued Stakeholders: Our hearts go out to the people of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina who are being impacted by Hurricane Irma. At approximately 2:45 this afternoon the Savannah River crested below our docks at the Garden City Terminal, and we are happy to report no water
This week’s Courier Herald column. This is the latest in a series, which you can read by clicking here. For the past several weeks we’ve taken a look at Georgia’s tax structure with a focus on how it affects Georgia’s competitiveness. Last week, an announcement moved this study from an project in the abstract to
This week’s Courier Herald column. It’s is the latest in a series looking at efforts to cut and/or eliminate Georgia’s income tax. You can read earlier installments beginning here. With Labor Day safely in the rearview mirror it’s time for everyone to get back to work. For us here, it’s time to resume looking at
Southern Company, parent of mega-utility Georgia Power, has distributed a press release this morning that they have decided to continue with the construction of Plant Vogtle units 3 & 4 – currently the only nuclear power plants under construction in the country. South Carolina utilities chose to scrap construction of their units in the past
On Monday, the two utilities building nuclear reactors at the Virgil C Summer nuclear site decided to pull the plug on the project, scuttling two of the four nuclear reactors currently under construction in the United States. The remaining two nuclear reactors are on the other side of the Savannah River, in Burke County Georgia.