Category: Politics

2020 Legislators of the Year Named by Georgia Chamber

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce announced today the award winners for its 2020 Legislators of the Year: GA Senate – Senator John F. Kennedy (Macon) GA House – Representative Brett Harrell (Snellville) Freshman – Representative Houston Gaines (Athens) The Executive Committee of the Georgia Chamber’s Government Affairs Council (GAC) votes on members of the legislative

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 13

Good morning! Early voting is underway at locations throughout Georgia. Here’s where you can find an early voting location near you. Thousands of Georgians, many waiting in line for hours, voted on the first day of early voting yesterday. State officials estimated that 110,000 people voted yesterday. Remarked one who was in line before sunrise,

Morning Reads for Friday, October 9, 2020

Fall is sad this year.  Dawgs in space!  Just make sure the zombies are cleaned out before it’s filled up.  Solution for rural Georgia internet deserts?  End the lockdowns.  Make it stop.  Satirist Seth Dillon canceled by his alma mater for being satirical.  And the winner is… (watch to the end. Sorry for the ads.)

Trey Kilpatrick to Serve as Gov. Kemp’s Top Chief

From a press release from Governor Brian Kemp’s office: Today Governor Brian P. Kemp announced that Trey Kilpatrick will join his administration as Chief of Staff on October 15, 2020. Kilpatrick currently serves as Vice President for Government and Community Affairs for Georgia State University and formerly served as U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson’s Deputy Chief

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 6

Good morning! The election is in four weeks! All the latest on Trump’s COVID-19 fight. WAWAWEEWA! Sasha Baron Cohen returned to Georgia, this time as Borat, and was once again able to find some folks in Macon who not only had not heard of Borat, but apparently have also not heard of Will Ferrell, I

Morning Reads for Friday, October 2, 2020

Make it stop.  $1 billion.  And we’re not done yet.  No!  Not the Globe!  Don’t mess with Nana. We are all triggered now. The terrible service will be even worse.  Boeing movin’ on up to South Carolina.  Rare books – the recovery is worth millions. The 2020 Bingo Card is cray-cray.