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TKE Leaders Return to Atlanta

We were thrilled that Tau Kappa Epsilon asked AEP to cover their regional leadership conference in Atlanta again this year. The TKE fraternity was started in the 1800s and has now grown to more 280 active chapters and colonies throughout North America. 217 more words

Atlanta Events

Stop making that stupid face.

I can’t look myself in the face anymore.

My face, I’ve found, is usually busy making a stupid face.

If you spend any time on Facebook, you’re familiar with the poses people strike in the hopes of looking like a cheerful head that’s only vaguely tethered to some boobs and a nice pair of shoes. 977 more words

Disasters

Delta joins push to end Florida's gay marriage ban

Atlanta’s Delta Air Lines is not shying away from a political fight.

Chief executive Richard Anderson turned heads when he urged corporate leaders to “stand up” to Georgia lawmakers… 809 more words

News

Mosque would violate Kennesaw ban on storefront worship -- except that it doesn't

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The city of Kennesaw, which prides itself as the spiritual home of the Second Amendment, is a little less strident when it comes to the First Amendment. 925 more words

Morning Jolt

Michelle Nunn takes baby steps away from White House on foreign policy

If you listened closely to Democratic Senate hopeful Michelle Nunn’s comments Thursday, you might have heard an attempt to distance herself — ever so slightly — from President Barack Obama’s foreign policy. 1,846 more words

Nathan Deal

Libertarian dictators and the pot-seller Republican

In the 2012 elections LP nominated former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson who served as fiscally conservative and socially liberal republican. I recognized Johson as the most decent LP presidential candidate since Ron Paul. 614 more words

Politics

Perdue Notches Upset in Georgia Senate Win; House Results

Georgia Senate

Former Dollar General CEO David Perdue came from well behind to defeat Rep. Jack Kingston (R-GA-1) in the US Senate Republican run-off to score what most believe is an upset win for the GOP nomination. 758 more words

Senate