Friday December 8th, 2023 5:51PM
Free Speech, Hate Speech & the First Amendment
Among the many lessons I learned from my maternal grandmother, Mary L. Crane, was that it can be tough to hate up close.
7:00AM ( 1 day ago )
Georgia Winning the Water Wars
Though a long way from the Dust Bowl Droughts of 1924-1927, and again from 1930-1935, which contributed to national food scarcity and further complicated the Great Depression, Georgia is in a state of continuing drought, which looks increasingly like the drought of 2007.
8:00AM ( 2 weeks ago )
Here We Go Again...
The new U.S. House Speaker, Congressman Mike Johnson of Louisiana, is about to experience the first major test of his mettle and abilities.
8:00AM ( 3 weeks ago )
A True Heartfelt Salute
My paternal great-grandfather, Charles C. Crane, nearly lost his life during World War I. I can still recall as a child him telling me his haunting stories of war.
8:00AM ( 1 month ago )
When Moore Means LESS
As if Georgia and the American South need MORE HELP in shaking loose the shackles and shadows of the American Civil War, Georgia State Senator Colton Moore (R-District 53) is suggesting that any actual trial or felony convictions for former President Donald J. Trump might likely to incite a new 'Civil War.'
9:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Georgia To Get Quite a Kick
In 1972, the then United States Olympic Committee (USOC), relocated its headquarters from New York City to Colorado Springs, Colorado.
12:00PM ( 2 months ago )
Knowing When It's Time To Go Home
I first had the pleasure of meeting U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky in Scottsdale, Arizona, roughly six months into his first term.
8:00AM ( 2 months ago )
Healing That Great Divide
‚ÄčIt was the best of was the worst of times. Thursday evening, August 24th, in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
9:00AM ( 3 months ago )