Johnny Isakson tussles with a Democrat on Senate floor: ‘I don’t believe climate change is a religion’

12:55 pm Mar. 18, 2015

WASHINGTON — It’s unusual to see a U.S. Senator call out a colleague by name in a negative manner on the floor, and it’s certainly unusual to see Georgia Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson so fired up, so this video is worth watching.

Over the weekend, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev.; and Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I.; wrote an op-ed in USA Today ripping Republicans for not taking action on

Brian Kemp: Guns and run-off ballots won’t mix

10:15 am Jul. 14, 2014

 Over the weekend, the New York Times had a piece on the dispute in Alabama, where the state’s sheriffs association had urged the state’s 67 counties to ban the open carry of weapons at polling

How Jack Kingston flooded the Georgia coast

9:50 am May. 22, 2014

Scientists are warning that the inevitable collapse of an Antarctic ice shelf is sure to swamp the Georgia coastline.

If you look at what U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston did on Tuesday, you’ll see that it has

Jason Carter on Medicaid, early voting – and snow

10:34 am Feb. 5, 2014

State Sen. Jason Carter, D-Atlanta, was on MSNBC’s “All In with Chris Hayes” last night, outlining his views on issues likely to liner through November.

An email from the Carter campaign highlighted only the state senator’s

Nathan Deal’s well-controlled terrain becomes slippery

5:30 pm Jan. 29, 2014

Within a 36-hour window this week, Nathan Deal tasted the sweet advantages of an incumbent governor running for re-election – and the job’s bitterly cold liabilities as well.

With the wave of a pen, a few conversations and $100 million or so in reserves, Deal on Monday abetted the escape of thousands of public school teachers from the added expenses of a new health care plan – which he himself had