D.A. King and Stephen Humphreys talked at the Northwest Georgia 912 meeting about corruption in Georgia government based on their personal involvement. Although the issues in which they were involved were different, they both discovered similar challenges when seeking to find resolutions. Watch the videos.
On Thursday, March 2, the Cobb County Republican Assembly hosted a forum for the Cobb Republican Chair candidates, incumbent Rose Wing and challenger Jason Shepherd.
Just days ago over 100 protesters gathered outside of the Centers for Disease Control offices in Atlanta demanding transparency when it comes to vaccines. So are these people conspiracy theorists, or did they have good reason to be there? I promise, this is a Reality Check you won’t get anywhere else. It is an incredibly […]
[Excerpt from a letter to Georgia Senator Jessie Stone, of the 23rd.] I should point out that during the time frame of the proposed “forgiveness” legislation, I, too, ran for public office, twice. If you will research the records, you will find that in those times, I missed one timely filing and I paid the […]
by Bill Simon, Political Vine, February 9th, 2016 Is Three Times Going To Magically Be The Charm for Georgia Opponents of Free Speech? Now we know why kids today tend to be rather disobedient of laws and established rules of an orderly society: Because Georgia’s state legislators continue to demonstrate how utterly clueless they are […]
Mr. David Welden v. Attorney Jason Shepherd The initial 15 minutes of the livestream is a video by KrisAnne Hall that was shown prior to the debate, in which she explains the Strong Cities Initiative. If you wish to bypass this piece, skip to 15:04 into the video. The Northwest Georgia 9/12 presented a “Lincoln Douglas” […]
by Angela Bean More than 125 concerned citizens from all over Georgia attended the KrisAnne Hall constitutional training seminars Jan. 29 & 30 at the Fayette County Republican Party Event Center in Fayetteville. The event was co-hosted by the Fayette County GOP and “Restore and Preserve the Constitution” aka “The Key is WE!” It was also […]
Debbie and Jack Staver could not be more proud. Last week, they delivered the first edition of The Weekly Enumerator (WE), your legislative scorecard, to the State Capitol. With the help of the kind gentleman in the mailroom, each General Assembly member got the results of the last WE survey and your opinion on the […]
In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, “Newspeak,”the cognitively-repressive language of the totalitarian regime included words such as “bellyfeel,”“blackwhite,”and “duckspeak.” Today, America’s Left employs its own“Newspeak,” which includes words such as“triggering,”“climate change,”and “social justice.” While the words may be different from Orwell’s fictional language, the penalties for violating the “truth” as defined by the ruling regime’s vernacular, […]
Georgia State Senator Josh McKoon spoke at The Madison Forum breakfast meeting on Saturday, August 29th. Sen. McKoon gave his insight on the 2016 GA Legislative Session and many other issues that will be of interest to Georgia voters. Topics Sen. McKoon discussed included the following. (skip directly to a topic by clicking the links […]