Commentary Archive

Title Issue
Economy: February 2013

Economy: February 2013

The private sector has done most of the restructuring that was needed, so the economy is broadening.

February 2013
Georgia View: To Fee Or Not To Fee

Georgia View: To Fee Or Not To Fee

The hospital “fee” is not to be confused with a tax, as those are apparently only created, raised or levied during Democratic administrations.

February 2013
Business Casual: Heroes Then And Now

Business Casual: Heroes Then And Now

Paschal’s Restaurant, which Herman Russell revived at a new location, serves good Southern cooking with a generous side of Atlanta history.

February 2013
Neely Young: Not The Whole Hymn

Neely Young: Not The Whole Hymn

The late Eugene Patterson, founder of Georgia Trend, won a Pulitzer Prize for his writing on Civil Rights.

February 2013
Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

Neely Young: A Legislative Wish List

It’s time to take a look at Georgia’s outdated 16-year-old school dropout age, a remnant of our agricultural past.

January 2013
Sustainable Georgia: More Biking, Less Driving

Sustainable Georgia: More Biking, Less Driving

Land use will drive smart growth; but on a grassroots level, there is evidence that a rising number of Georgians do want options, and one in particular is gaining traction: bicycles.

January 2013
Economy: The National Outlook

Economy: The National Outlook

There’s lots of uncertainty in many critical federal government policy areas, including the budget, the tax code and regulation.

January 2013
Georgia View: The Victor And The Spoils

Georgia View: The Victor And The Spoils

If Victor Hill is convicted on one or more of the felony charges he is facing, he becomes ineligible to hold the office of Sheriff of Clayton County.

January 2013
Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

This is a real wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee moment, gents. The world is becoming less male-centric and more inclusive.

January 2013
Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

Public art plays a role in getting people to get out of their cars and walk around. This has not been lost on the Atlanta Regional Commission.

December 2012
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