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The potential fallout facing John Barge

For those of you who are unaware, yesterday Georgia state School Superintendent John Barge voiced opposition to a proposed amendment to Georgia’s constitution. Set to be voted on in November, it would place that powers of authorizing and funding charter … Continue reading

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Jeb Bush tweaks Alan Grayson

Ok, ok. So I’m 4 days late even picking up on this topic from the Sunshine State. Don’t care.¬†Bashing Alan Grayson is too much fun, regardless of how late to the scene one may be. Anyways, in what appears to … Continue reading

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Counting Perry out is a Texas-sized mistake

With thirteen days having past since the Texas Senate GOP runoff, a confab of media outlets have emerged with stories surrounding Governor Rick Perry. Not Ted Cruz. Not David Dewhurst. Rick Perry. Though they may disagree over how serious of … Continue reading

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Alabama Dems set new standard for taxpayer respect

Never underestimate the capacity of officeholders to talk out one side of their mouth and walk the other. The Montgomery Advertiser brings fresh word of the high standards to which Alabama Democrats valued taxpayer dollars during their waning time in … Continue reading

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Of Blue Dogs and John “Barra”

Late last week, for those of likeminded observance in leading thrilling Friday night lives,¬†Roll Call brought us a bit about 4 endangered Democrats and their chances of survival come Election Day. Among those in the group, incumbent Democrat, alleged “Blue … Continue reading

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Lighting a stogie for this one

…and enjoying every ironic second of it. The AJC’s Jim Galloway brings us the following news: U.S. Reps. Jack Kingston, R-Savannah; Phil Gingrey, R-Marietta; Sanford Bishop, D-Albany; Tom Graves, R-Ranger; Lynn Westmoreland, R-Coweta County; Austin Scott, R-Tifton; and John Barrow, … Continue reading

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“Is our children learning?”…on that age old question of education in Georgia

It’s rare that this site will ever be used to heap praise on anyone. I would say “on anyone other than me”, but…well, nevermind. At any rate, in a speech late last week to the Vinings Bank, state School Superintendent … Continue reading

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