Prosecutor takes another swing at religious liberty bill

10:03 am Feb. 4, 2015

Georgia Baptist Convention leaders and clergy gathered last week to support “religious liberty” bills proposed for this session of the General Assembly. Bob Andres,

The current session of the General Assembly has produced some prosecutors

Nathan Deal: Ethics reform placed on hold for a year

9:33 am Jan. 15, 2015

One of the more noticeable absences from Gov. Nathan Deal’s big state-of-the-state speech Wednesday was any mention of the ethics expansion he long talked about on the campaign trail.

For months, Deal had talked about a

Why Democrats and transit will be relevant in 2015

5:44 pm Dec. 10, 2014

Two years ago, the concept of expanding fixed rail to move more commuters through metro Atlanta was declared dead – staked through the heart by the defeat a sales tax referendum.

One month ago, Democrats in

Sam Olens on the hot seat over Holly LaBerge memo

9:55 am Jul. 16, 2014

Looks like fallout from an ethics probe that, years later, has yet to touch bottom will be the theme of the day.

Late Tuesday, Attorney General Sam Olens issued Said Olens:

“Our civil lawyers determined it was

Mississippi tea party leader an apparent suicide

1:16 pm Jun. 27, 2014

The contest for that U.S. Senate seat in Mississippi isn’t over. In fact, the strangeness keeps piling on. From the Jackson Clarion-Ledger:

Sources have confirmed that attorney Mark Mayfield has died of an apparent suicide.

Mayfield, vice chairman of the Mississippi Tea Party, and is one of the three men charged with conspiring with Clayton Kelly to photograph U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran’s bedridden wife in her nursing home and create a