Facebook tells me today is the birthday of Ed Lindsey. Before we get into municipal runoffs, let’s give him the shout out he deserves. I first got to know Ed when he was the Minority Whip. Few people appreciate what it meant for a Republican who lives deep within the Perimeter to win the trust
It’s much later in the day than I had planned to get to this post, but today was a bit of a microcosm of what this post is all about. Life happened. First, I’m remiss in acknowledging the birthday of one of our own, Rob Oldham. Rob is one of our younger contributors, and a
Thanksgiving is usually when folks reflect back on the year and think of our blessings. In spite of the challenges that 2017 has thrown us, we still have been blessed. I am certainly counting all of my blessings this year. I haven’t really said what has transpired in the last few months, but the time
Exciting news to bring you on Stefan Turkheimer’s birthday. He’s apparently decided to expand over coverage of Georgia politics to make us whole and complete. Per Facebook, here’s a picture of Stefan and his much better half Emma today in Georgia. Tblisi, Georgia: This should tell you about Stefan’s commitment to make our coverage complete.
Bobby Cagle is retiring as the head of Georgia’s Department of Family and Child Services. He’s penned the following Op-Ed to discuss the agency that he’s handing over to new leadership. Four years ago, Georgia DFCS was in a state of crisis. For months, headlines blared the agency’s deficiencies at the time: seemingly unending backlogs
Long time GOP stalwart James Randolph “Randy” Evans will be nominated as the new Ambassador to Luxembourg. Per the White House: James Randolph Evans of Georgia to be Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Mr. Evans is a distinguished attorney, author and public servant. He
With the departure of Camilla Knowles at the Department of Community Affairs, some changes in the state’s organizational chart were in order. Governor Deal has announced three appointments today: Christopher Nunn will lead the Department of Community Affairs, moving over from the Department of Administrative Services. Shawn Ryan will leave his post at the Georgia