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The Fate of the Democrats' Future May Lie in Georgia Jun. 27, 2017

Salena Zito

In the middle of the last century, Ringgold, Georgia, was the town that expedited the formation of a... Read More

The Outlook After the Special Elections Jun. 23, 2017

Michael Barone

The victory of Republican Karen Handel in the special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional Distri... Read More

What If Donald Trump Doesn't Sink the Republican Party? Jun. 23, 2017

David Harsanyi

What if Republican voters who don't particularly like President Donald Trump are also able to compar... Read More

The Left Keeps Losing Jun. 22, 2017

Laura Hollis

The Democrats just lost two more elections. This time, it was the hotly contested race in Georgia's ... Read More

The Violent Political Left Jun. 16, 2017

Michael Barone

Violence is in the air these days. It was visible to the world in Manchester, Birmingham and London ... Read More

Can Special Elections to the US House Predict Our Political Future? Apr. 22, 2017

Mark Shields

Is there an emerging national pattern to be found in special House elections, such as the one that j... Read More

Reading the Kansas 4 and Georgia 6 Tea Leaves Apr. 21, 2017

Michael Barone

What to make of the results of the first two of this spring's special House elections? Start off by ... Read More

Liberals Find Community, and That Could Be Big Apr. 06, 2017

Froma Harrop

During the presidential campaign, many Hillary Clinton voters in Atlanta's suburbs thought they were... Read More

1 Every 5 Hours: NYC Late-Term Abortion Capital Nov. 30, 2016

Terence Jeffrey

In New York City, where the Statue of Liberty stands, 1,752 unborn children — at least 21 week... Read More

The Longer Game Sep. 16, 2016

Erick Erickson

Henry County, Georgia is one of those rapidly changing, rapidly growing counties causing Georgia to ... Read More

No Respect For National Anthem Haters Sep. 02, 2016

L. Brent Bozell

The Black Lives Matter movement is two years old, so it's a little odd that San Francisco 49ers quar... Read More

Discover All Kinds of Music in Macon Jun. 19, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman I was sitting in Grant's Lounge on Poplar Street in Macon, Georgia, drinking a bee... Read More

What to Do With Robert Stackowitz Jun. 11, 2016

Diane Dimond

The state of Georgia wants Robert Stackowitz back. Now, it is up to the governor of Connecticut whet... Read More

The Battle for Religious Freedom Apr. 13, 2016

Star Parker

Georgia Republican Governor Nathan Deal recently vetoed H.B. 757, the Georgia Religious Liberty Bill... Read More

A Rare Glimpse at Trump On and Off the Stage Feb. 25, 2016

Matt Towery

Atlanta — Let me make it clear: If a presidential candidate's team invites me to meet the cand... Read More

The Untimely American Death of a Man Named Joe Nov. 05, 2015

Matt Towery

MARIETTA, Ga. — Because it is syndicated, by nature this column attempts to connect with a div... Read More

The World Pierces In May. 23, 2014

Erick Erickson

In 1540, Hernando de Soto marched through Middle Georgia not far from where this column originates. ... Read More

Primary Process May. 22, 2014

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

The Senate, often thought of as the softer, slower, less-exciting body of the legislative branch, is... Read More

Monster Putin Mar. 06, 2014

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

What happens when the United States government participates meaningfully in toppling foreign governm... Read More

Our Irrelevance in Ukraine Mar. 06, 2014

Steve Chapman

The Russian invasion of Crimea occurred in a place little known to Americans, for reasons rooted in ... Read More