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Is this fired Hall County sheriff's deputy the next 'religious liberty' poster child?

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We may have another contender for the symbolic face of those religious liberty bills that state lawmakers will consider this session. 510 more words

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Johnny Isakson, David Perdue on climate change: It's not a hoax, but it's not your fault, either

Georgia’s two U.S. Senators admit the earth’s climate is changing, but they’re unwilling to place the blame on their fellow human beings.

Democrats have been attempting to force embarrassing amendment votes on their Republican counterparts during this week’s debate over the Keystone XL pipeline. 1,024 more words

Nathan Deal

We Are The New Sheriff in Town

Posted by Gordon Duff
Veterans Today
January 17, 2015

Not sure we wanted the job

… by  Gordon Duff,   Senior Editor

[ Editor’s Note:  Long time VT readers will have figured out by now that we have been dropping bits and pieces of the real 9-11 story, and maybe  have been curious why we did not do a motherlodedump. 1,137 more words


Who's footing the bill for Nathan Deal's second inauguration?

The details of Gov. Nathan Deal’s inaugural plans are taking shape. But we may not know until after the festivities key details such as the major contributors funding the bash or the cost of the celebrations. 616 more words

Nathan Deal

Hank Johnson, David Scott to President Obama: Don't renominate Michael Boggs

WASHINGTON – Now that the Senate has gaveled out for the year without voting on controversial Georgia judicial nominee Michael Boggs, the focus turns back to the White House. 299 more words


White clout buoyed Georgia's Republican wave

The Georgia Secretary of State’s office just released a racial breakdown of November’s voters, and the numbers tell how whites came out in disproportionate numbers to fuel the Republicans’ statewide sweep. 2,125 more words

Nathan Deal

The circle of life: Sonny Perdue hires Roy Barnes as his attorney

When former Gov. Sonny Perdue needed legal help representing an agricultural firm he owns, he turned to a seemingly unlikely choice: Roy Barnes, the Democrat he ousted in 2002. 1,226 more words

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