Neely Young Archive

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The Speaker’s Tax Proposal

The Speaker’s Tax Proposal

Glenn Richardson wants to change the constitutional system for collecting taxes in Georgia. This would greatly increase the power of his office.

August 2007
Vancouver: Thinking Upward

Vancouver: Thinking Upward

Vancouver: Thinking Upward

July 2007
Migration As History

Migration As History

Migration As History

June 2007
“Desal” Could Be The Answer

“Desal” Could Be The Answer

May 2007
Economic Outlook Is Positive

Economic Outlook Is Positive

Georgia’s giant carpet manufacturing industry could have moved to Mexico, but industry leaders in Dalton put hometown loyalty ahead of Wall Street’s demands and decided to stay put.

April 2007
The Two Georgias Reversed

The Two Georgias Reversed

Many parts of South Georgia are booming while the other Georgia, the 12-county Metro Atlanta region, is showing some signs of decline.

March 2007
Shot At Without Result!

Shot At Without Result!

Wisdom of the ages from the 50 volumes of the Harvard Classics – and some thoughts from England’s Winston Churchill, the 20th century’s greatest leader.

February 2007
January 2007 Neely Young

January 2007 Neely Young

It is critical that Georgia's leaders take steps soon to make our state's energy producers safe for the future

January 2007
Neely Young: Of Walls and Legacies

Neely Young: Of Walls and Legacies

As a result of the wall Perdue has built between himself and the media, very few members of the public will hear of the marvelous cultural change in state government. This is a wall Perdue could easily breach - to his benefit.

December 2006
A Whig Party Revival

A Whig Party Revival

Studies show that Americans in general are disappointed with both the Republican and Democratic Parties. Someone recently suggested that if the old Whig Party put up a candidate they might win.

November 2006
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