Kevin Van Ausdal Bows Out of #GA14 Race

Northwest Georgia is heavily Republican, so it’s easy to forget there is a Democrat that’s running against Marjorie Greene to replace Congressman Tom Graves in GA-14. Kevin Van Ausdal was the Democratic nominee for the 14th until today when he released a message indicating that he was withdrawing from the race due to “family and

Tom Graves To Leave Congress Next Month

From Congressman Graves’ office: Ranger, G.A. – This evening Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) released the following statement: “With the House planning to wrap up the People’s business and the final report from the Modernization Committee set to be filed in the next few weeks, I intend to step down from Congress and begin the next chapter of

Morning Reads for Friday, September 11, 2020

Never forget. Never forget. Never forget. The apple insanity has commenced.  Can’t wait to see the pictures! Live not by lies. The Social Dilemma. Big Brother gets into the font business.  Coming soon, to a city near you. If Facebook is interested, I can give them a list. Reality has been cancelled.  Questionable reality. Again.

Morning Reads – Thursday, September 10, 2020

Happy Thursday! Surely some don’t want it even mentioned, but it was on this date in 1794 that America’s first non-denominational college was chartered. Blount College later became… the University of Tennessee. It’s also ‘National TV Dinner Day,’ though that seems more disappointing than the chartering of UT. Here are the headlines for today: Peaches  Another

Morning Reads for Tuesday, September 8

Good morning! Early Tuesdays in September are typically a time for beginnings: the weather teases us with that first whiff of cooler temperatures, the school year has kicked in, fall sports are in full swing, political campaigns are in high gear. At least, that’s usually how it is. This is the Year of Our Lord