It has been my privilege to have been a citizen of the great state of Georgia for nearly 35 years now. The old adage that time files is more than a truism. One of the things that attracted my family to the “New South” was the tremendous opportunities for growth and advancement in the Metro-Atlanta, … Continue reading Is Atlanta Still A City Too Busy To Hate?
Back in 2010 I was in Atlanta covering the GOP primary fight in GA-4 there was a scandal going on with the school system. District Attorney Gwen Keyes Fleming, who announced the indictments, said Reid manipulated four school projects to benefit Pope, and that Lewis signed off the changes, and that they benefited from gifts of … Continue reading Cause and Effect Atlanta School Edition
This is simply awesome . Via Hotair and Business insider Update: And this is simply stupid Forgetting for a moment the childishness of everyone repeating everything like six-year-old kids (even repeating "mike check"), how idiotic is it to not allow an Atlanta & Civil rights ICON and a sitting congressman for over 24 years to … Continue reading Rage against their machines Update: John Lewis go home!
Today in This Post I wrote about the president Atlanta trip and democrats running away from him. This morning I got the following e-mail from Republican Liz Carter's campaign: Carter Commends President Obama for Addressing Wounded Veterans President Obama First President to Address Organization Since 1996 (Atlanta) - The Annual Disabled American Veterans National Convention … Continue reading Liz Carter provides the Irony
Hit the Monastary of the Holy Spirit this morning (wonderful place), had a long interview with Cory Ruth (r), toured the World of Coca Cola museum took more photos of houses and managed to get caught in the same thunderstorm twice in one day, once in Atlanta and once back here. I'm currently washing clothes … Continue reading Very Busy Day…