Commentary Archive

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Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

Sustainable Georgia: Where The Art Is

The Georgia Council for the Arts has survived the recession and emerged stronger than ever, even taking its message on the road.

December 2013

Economy: The 2014 Georgia Outlook

Housing and real estate will help Georgia’s economy outperform the nation’s in 2014.

December 2013
Georgia View: Senate, Anyone?

Georgia View: Senate, Anyone?

The action in the upcoming Senate race, at least so far, is watching the GOP field trying to “out-right” each other.

December 2013
Business Casual: Agreeing To Disagree

Business Casual: Agreeing To Disagree

There is nothing quite like a good buddy who simultaneously has your back and keeps you on your toes.

December 2013
Neely Young: Thoughts For The Season

Neely Young: Thoughts For The Season

Sharing a few lessons learned from famous people, friends and family.

December 2013
Sustainable Georgia: Forward Progress

Sustainable Georgia: Forward Progress

The cutting of public education funds has at least leveled off, but charter schools haven’t solved the problem.

November 2013
Economy: Shelter From The Storm

Economy: Shelter From The Storm

Single-family home prices should rise by 8 percent in 2014. Lower-priced homes will appreciate fastest.

November 2013
Georgia View: A Real Governor's Race?

Georgia View: A Real Governor's Race?

In the coming months, Nathan Deal might need some help fashioning a compelling case of what four more years of his leadership will mean.

November 2013
Business Casual: Feeling Helpless

Business Casual: Feeling Helpless

The federal government shutdown had me feeling like a kid who is sent out of the room while the grownups have an argument: powerless and helpless.

November 2013
Neely Young: Beloved Invader

Neely Young: Beloved Invader

Carpetbagger William Dodge’s legacy was not all bad. His grandson Anson used his share of the timber fortune to improve the lives of those in need.

November 2013
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