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Chekhov’s Gun

Chekhov’s gun is a dramatic principle that requires every element in a narrative to be irreplaceable, with anything else removed:

Remove everything that has no relevance to the story. 1,936 more words

Good Vs Evil

Johnny Isakson: Why I am NOT voting for the Georgia Senator

A while back, I couldn’t help but grimace at an ad I saw on the internet. It was a campaign ad for current Georgia Senator Johnny Isakson. 287 more words

Georgia Republicans are Bought and Paid For - Even Erick Erickson Agrees

I am not a big fan of Erik Erickson. I view him as a narcissistic bloviator who has a massive ego not backed up by his intellect. 997 more words

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Rail Is The Answer to Gwinnett's Transportation Woes

From late August to early September Gwinnett County was engaged in the Gr8 Exchange on Transportation, a county wide survey on transportation. The goal of this survey was to gauge what alternative modes of transportation (if any) the residents of Gwinnett support and why. 641 more words

State Senate District 5 Gwinnett

Clarke County Democratic Committee seeks interns for fall

The Clarke County Democratic Committee is looking for hardworking and self-motivated interns with an interest in public relations, social media, graphics and political communications to join our Communications team this fall. 227 more words


2015 Legislative Fellowship Program with Georgia Rep. Spencer Frye

Rep. Spencer Frye
2015 Legislative Fellowship Program

The Legislative Office of State Representative Spencer Frye seeks highly motivated undergraduate students, graduate students, law students and recent graduates to join our team and take part in a variety of opportunities including legislative and policy research and community service.  181 more words


Another Fall Internship in DC with Rep. Tom Graves

The office of Congressman Tom Graves (GA-14) is seeking an unpaid intern in our Washington, D.C. office for the 2015 Fall semester. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: answering phones, sorting constituent mail, attending committee hearings and briefings for staff, assisting in legislative research, and giving tours of the U.S. 41 more words