Tag: georgia (state)

Home / (Page 2)

Burn Baby Burn

By
|
On November 15, 2014

150 years ago today, troops under the command of William Tecumseh Sherman undertook the major portion of the burning of Atlanta. The real story around this event is quite complicated, but it was Novem

Grumble Grumble

By
|
On October 5, 2013

I understand that Michelle Nunn faces an uphill battle to win the Georgia Senate seat. But I’m absolutely not convinced that parroting right-wing lines about the national debt and the need to cu

Thank God (thank HIM!!!!!!!) for Georgia Senate Majority Leader Chip Rogers, who is willing to stand up against Satan’s grand strategy to use his minions (the United Nations) to destroy this great nation through such horrors as urban planning. In October, Rogers led his peers to hear a speaker at the state capitol building railing […]

Our Future Firefighters

By
|
In General
|
On October 11, 2011
Prisoners, of course! A select group of inmates may be exchanging their prison jumpsuits for firefighting gear in Camden County. The inmates-to-firefighters program is one of several money-saving options the Board of County Commissioners is looking into to stop residents’ fire insurance costs from more than doubling. […] The inmate firefighter program would be the […]
It is main inner container footer text