This week’s Courier Herald column. I was in one of my favorite local restaurants in Brunswick Georgia last week, an area I’ve been more than not for the past year and a half. Enough time that on some documents I’ve now started to call Glynn County “home”. The place is a favorite of mine for
If democracy is in danger, and Democrats genuinely care about and want to protect and advance democracy, then why do they continue to defend and eagerly engage in what is obviously harmful to democracy, while labeling as enemies of democracy those who don't?
This week’s Courier Herald column: The headlines these days are mostly negative. We’ve mostly moved on from pandemic news to stories about inflation, rising interest rates, and a likely recession. If you move on from news of the domestic economy, Europe is mired in a land war and is worried whether it will have the
A few years ago, when Colton Moore ran an ultra-aggressive, ill-advised and failed campaign to unseat Jeff Mullis in Georgia State Senate District 53, I learned he was a big Teddy Roosevelt fan. Moore showed his affection for the old roughrider again this year when, thanks to the retirement of Senator Mullis, he got the
Former Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal died from breast cancer than metastasized into brain cancer today at her home in Demorest, surrounded by Gov. Nathan Deal and their family. “We have lost a wife, mother and grandmother who loved us unconditionally, as we did her. She blessed us, taught us and enriched our lives,” the Deal family
This week’s Courier Herald column: You’ve likely seen the meme shared on Facebook. It purports to be an electric car graveyard in France. There are variations on the text surrounding the photo, but the conclusion suggested is generally the same: EV’s are bad because the expensive batteries soon go bad and the cars are junked,
This week’s Courier Herald column: This should come as no surprise, but I didn’t win the recent $1.3 billion Mega Millions lottery jackpot. Neither did you unless you’re holding a ticket bought in Des Plains, Illinois at the end of July. That’s Ok. While it’s fun to dream, it’s better to plan. Most of our
This post was submitted for publication by Elliot Wang, Director-General of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Atlanta. Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to go to Taiwan wasn’t crazy or foolish. There’s a reason that 26 Republican Senators reached across the aisle to show support for someone long-considered their political adversary. Pelosi’s visit highlights that it’s more than
Democracy is so overrated. This was the belief expressed by the fictional politician Frank Underwood in the hit Netflix series House of Cards. The incoming member of the general assembly from the third house district seemed to agree with the statement and decided to channel his inner Underwood.