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Going Soft on Georgia's Rev. Wright Acolyte Nov. 20, 2020

Tim Graham

Secular liberals have a serious problem with any commingling of church and state ... at least when t... Read More

Georgia May Decide the Future of our Country Nov. 13, 2020

Neil Patel

Every single American should want the recount process to play out so the states can properly certify... Read More

Will Georgia Halt the Radicals' Revolution? Nov. 10, 2020

Patrick Buchanan

"In victory, magnanimity... in defeat, defiance." That counsel about human conflict comes from Winst... Read More

Viral Photos More Vexing Than Virus? Aug. 08, 2020

Corey Friedman

In only the first week of fall classes, a suburban Atlanta school made national news for negligence ... Read More

New York Media Corona-Coddle Cuomo May. 27, 2020

Tim Graham

A bevy of bloggers on the right have highlighted one of the most dramatic examples of comparative co... Read More

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Citizen's Arrests May. 23, 2020

Diane Dimond

Nearly every state has a citizen's arrest law allowing civilians to detain someone if they have witn... Read More

Black Man Killed by Two White Men -- Cue the 'Race' Hysteria May. 21, 2020

Larry Elder

In February, a black man named Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in Brunswick, Georgia. Cue the "thi... Read More

What Is Truth? May. 15, 2020

Erick Erickson

When Jesus of Nazareth appears before Pilate in Jerusalem, Jesus tells Pilate that "Everyone who is ... Read More

Grading the Governors on Economic Response to COVID-19 May. 12, 2020

Stephen Moore

The U.S. economy is at last moving into the recovery stage from the coronavirus, at least in most st... Read More

Labs of Democracy Chart Our Reopening May. 06, 2020

Daily Editorials

Now that the number of new coronavirus cases is leveling off, debate within the U.S. has shifted to ... Read More

Loyalty and Viruses Apr. 24, 2020

Erick Erickson

A lot of small businesses in Georgia are in desperate straits. The business owners, many of them sol... Read More

Savannah Is Something Special Apr. 12, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Robert Selwitz Savannah is America's ultimate change-of-pace city. Decidedly laid-back and quirky... Read More

A Test of Faith Apr. 03, 2020

Erick Erickson

I am deeply opposed to the government shutting down churches and arresting preachers. But I am also ... Read More

Trump's Rally Cry Feb. 28, 2020

Daily Editorials

What a week's it's already been. The coronavirus is spreading in Asia and has moved into Europe, dis... Read More

Trump's Rally Cry Feb. 27, 2020

Jackie Gingrich Cushman

What a week's it's already been. The coronavirus is spreading in Asia and has moved into Europe, dis... Read More

The Voter Purge Myth Dec. 20, 2019

David Harsanyi

Maggie Haberman, the esteemed New York Times reporter, recently tweeted out a Mother Jones article t... Read More

The Other Halloween Myth That Won't Die Oct. 31, 2019

Lenore Skenazy

Three people on the sex offense registry in Georgia are suing the Butts County Sheriff's Office for ... Read More

Empty Chairs at Empty Tables: How to Increase Church Attendance Aug. 29, 2019

From the Desk of Dr. J

During the last leg of my summer vacation this year, I went home to Athens, Georgia, to visit my mot... Read More

It's Not Always About Racism; Often, It's About Resilience Jul. 29, 2019

Daily Editorials

Have you recently been out in public and felt that you were treated rudely? Someone cuts in line, gi... Read More

Are Abortion & Gay Rights American Values? Jun. 11, 2019

Patrick Buchanan

"My religion defines who I am. And I've been a practicing Catholic my whole life," said Vice Preside... Read More