Category: Politics

Morning Reads for Tuesday, December 4

Good morning! Please vote in the runoff election today. Turnout is low, and if we learned anything this year, it’s that every single vote counts. (Really, you should already know that every vote counts. But I’m jaded.) Background and insight on the Yellow Vest protests happening in France. Maureen Dowd’s touching tribute and rememberance of

Collins House Judiciary Ranking Member

Georgia’s 9th District Congressman Doug Collins was selected yesterday evening as the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee replacing Rep. Jerry Nader (D-NY) who takes over the Chair of the committee. As reported by The Hill: Despite having strong competition, Collins — who has developed a strong working relationship the president and top administration

Thank You, Coach Johnson

On Saturdays, I cheer for four teams: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Georgia Southern Eagles, Oklahoma State Cowboys, and whoever is playing Georgia. For 15 of the last 21 years, Coach Paul Johnson has been the Head Coach of either the Eagles or the Jackets, with the other six years at the U.S. Naval Academy. I

Governor Elect Kemp and Speaker Ralston on Abrams’ “Announcement”

In response to Stacey Abrams’ concession, Governor-elect Brian Kemp issued the following statement: “Moments ago, Stacey Abrams conceded the race and officially ended her campaign for governor. I appreciate her passion, hard work, and commitment to public service. “The election is over and hardworking Georgians are ready to move forward. We can no longer dwell

Abrams Concedes Governor’s Race

Ten days after the election, Democratic candidate for Governor Stacey Abrams, announced at 5:00 p.m. at a press conference at her campaign headquarters that she is conceding the Governor’s race. As part of her remarks, she stated that Georgia had failed its voters. She shared stories of problems people experienced while voting. She laid the