Archive of: Political Notes

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The Next Big Wave

The Next Big Wave

Georgia's burgeoning Latino bloc, which should be a natural fit for the Republican party, is up for grabs. The GOP is not exactly making them feel welcome.

November 2005
You Get What You Pay For

You Get What You Pay For

Instead of throwing $250 million worth of tax breaks at a car company in hopes that it will locate here, state funds might be more wisely spent on public schools.

September 2005
The Start Of Something Big?

The Start Of Something Big?

The incorporation of Sandy Springs will have a major impact on other areas of Fulton County and throughout Georgia.

August 2005
Meet The New Boss

Meet The New Boss

Will China's size and drive toward economic dominance impact Georgia? It already has.

July 2005
Open For Business

Open For Business

GOP lawmakers gave doctors, hospital administrators, insurance executives and corporate CEOs everything they could ask for and more, while once-powerful Democrats raised objections that were quickly dismissed or ignored.

June 2005
Invitation To Corruption

Invitation To Corruption

If government is taking money out of our pockets, then taxpayers have a right to know how it's being spent, and on whom.

May 2005
Radical Thoughts

Radical Thoughts

Instead of throwing money at businesses, maybe we should use those resources to develop a state and a workforce that are more attractive to new industry.

April 2005
Fundamentally Mistaken

Fundamentally Mistaken

More than 26,000 Georgia high school students failed the science portion of the graduation tests given last spring. Some elected officials must share in the blame.

March 2005
The Great Experiment

The Great Experiment

The choice of a more active or less active government will be the central issue in 2006 when Perdue runs against a Democratic challenger.

February 2005
Goodbye To All That

Goodbye To All That

A new crowd has taken over as Republicans, still celebrating their victories in the general election, hold a majority in the House and Senate.

January 2005
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