U.S. House uses a mild threat to boost Savannah Port

6:00 am Jul. 11, 2014

SAVANNAH – Congress has given its stamp of approval to the $706 million Port of Savannah expansion project, and the final step before a groundbreaking is a project partnership agreement between the Georgia Ports Authority and the Army Corps of Engineers.

The port’s backers are hoping this happens soon, and they inserted language into a U.S. House spending bill — which passed Thursday night — saying that if the PPA

Anti-Redskin ad to air during tonight’s NBA finals

10:20 am Jun. 10, 2014

The Washington Post reports that a shorted version of the above video, produced by the National Congress of American Indians, will air in select cities during tonight’s meeting of the NBA’s Miami Heat and the

It could have been Saxby Chambliss…

12:55 pm Jun. 6, 2014

You have to know that, somewhere in D.C., Saxby Chambliss is shaking his head, perhaps murmuring, “There but for the grace of God….” From the Associated Press:

JACKSON, Miss. — National tea party groups are divvying

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