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(Unedited version available on TheMadisonForum.com) On January 7, 2016, the Northwest Georgia 912 Project; along with The Madison Forum, The John Birch Society, The Freedom & Liberty Coalition, The Constitution Party, Restore and Preserve the Constitution (The Key Is WE!), and the Canton TEA Party, hosted Mr. Tom Barksdale of IndieDems.org for his presentation on […]
“For years, the cities have been robbing the suburbs but they now have a scheme that will quickly end in a takeover of the suburbs by a leftist federal government.HUD announced enforcement of its new 377-page rule called the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing Rule which will allow them to move people from poor crime-ridden areas […]
[Editor’s Note: Citizens of Cobb County are being told that building the new Atlanta Braves stadium will greatly boost the local economy. However, one does not have to look very hard to find examples across the country stating otherwise.] Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Thursday, May 30, 2013 When the mafia extorts money from […]
Journal of the American Planning Association Volume 79, Issue 3, 2013 The Actions of Discontent: Tea Party and Property Rights Activists Pushing Back Against Regional Planning ABSTRACT Problem, research strategy, and findings: The Tea Party’s effects on local and regional planning efforts, given the movement’s fierce support of property rights and equally fierce opposition to […]
May 30, 2014 By Field Searcy, TrafficTruth.net Last Tuesday night, the Cobb Board of Commissioners approved a contract for $168,000 to the local firm Garrett McNatt Hennessey & Carpenter to lobby for federal government grants and influence at the state capitol. Moments earlier the BOC had closed out public comment on any topic after hearing […]
The Transportation Leadership Coalition supports regional communication and cooperation. We can all benefit from regional discussions on the issues that affect us the most. What we do not need is a State imposed layer of regional government bureaucracy. Counties and Cities working together to solve problems is a good idea, but regional governance is both unaccountable […]