Category: Politics

Rep. Matt Hatchett New House Majority Whip

State Representative Matt Hatchett (R-Dublin) was elected today as the House Majority Whip. He will serve for the remainder of the 2021-2022 legislative term. From a press release: “I am honored to have been elected by my Republican colleagues to serve in this new capacity,” said Majority Whip Hatchett. “I am thankful for the residents

Morning Reads for Friday, July 23, 2021

Precious Darling Boy hits his first Grand Slam. Pineapple casserole is a true test of your Southerness. DGD Mary Katherine Ham basically Mary Katherine Hams CNN. Yeah, this is an own goal. I’m sure this is nothing to worry about. At all. Nothing is sadder than a clicking countdown clock… The bigger they are, the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 20

Good morning! The leadership change at DFCS happened much more abruptly than many initially realized — and many child advocates are concerned with the potential fallout. Georgians (and Georgia lawmakers) might be wise to prepare for twice the Special Session fun this fall. Work on salvaging the Golden Ray has temporarily paused for crane maintenance.

What Do Georgia Prosecutors Learn at Taxpayer Funded Conference on Jekyll Island?

If the picture below from the 2021 Prosecuting Attorneys of Georgia Summer Conference is any indication then it is clear the left’s illiberal campaign to infiltrate and weaponize all institutions extends to our local district attorneys as well as our local school districts. I admit my conservative bias just as Andrew Sullivan admitted his progressive

Morning Reads for Friday, July 16, 2021

What’s old is new again. Remember when GT had a nuclear reactor on campus? Sounds reasonable. Especially since the KK on Ponce is still rebuilding. Everyone is quitting this fall. So say the cool kids. Faster, please. Stop wallpapering over the cracks. How can we miss you if you won’t go away? This used to

Gary Black Releases Campaign Ad On MLB Travesty

While Rep. Buddy Carter (GA-1, R) is running TV advertisements about today’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Georgia Agriculture Commissioner and U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Black campaign has taken to releasing several versions of an online advertisement. A press release states that the ad it “aimed at the cost to Georgians of Stacey Abrams and

Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan Co-Hosting Baseball Game Today with C.J. Stewart of L.E.A.D

It was announced yesterday that Lt. Governor Geoff Duncan and C.J. Stewart, co-founder of L.E.A.D., Inc. and L.E.A.D. Center for Youth, will be co-hosting the inaugural Breaking Barriers Classic today at 12:30 p.m. at South Forsyth High School. From a press release: The baseball game will include players from the Georgia Bombers, which Duncan’s son

Rep. Buddy Carter Releases Statewide TV Ad Targeting MLB All-Star Game

Tonight’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta instead of Denver, Colorado. MLB made the decision to relocate the game after the passage of Senate Bill 202, which restructured several of Georgia’s election laws. Congressman Buddy Carter (GA-1, R) has released a statewide television ad that goes against the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 13

Good morning! If you live in HD 34, today is Election Day! The Delta variant is the main strain of COVID in Georgia — but being fully vaccinated gives you almost total protection against illness. Why, then, are most Georgia adults choosing to not be vaccinated? Ballot drop boxes were used heavily in mostly democratic

Former State Rep. Meagan Hanson Announces for GA-6 Race

Former State Representative Meagan Hanson has announced her candidacy as a Republican in the 2022 Congressional race in GA-6. The seat is currently held by Democrat Congresswoman Lucy McBath. Details about her candidacy can be seen in the press release below. Conservative Judicial Watchdog and Former State Representative Meagan Hanson Announces Run for Congress Hanson