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Georgia’s GOP Governor Helps Illegals By Giving Them Drivers’ Licenses

The plaintiffs, most of whom are unnamed in court documents, are due for deportation but are appealing to the courts for permission to stay. Pending any final legal decision — which could be years away — the illegals can now use their Georgia drivers licenses and ID cards to accept lower wages for jobs sought by Georgians and to blend into the mainstream of American life.

David Perdue Wins GA Senate Seat

David Perdue Wins GA Senate Seat

ATLANTA, Georgia–Georgia businessman Republican David Perdue won his senate race against Democrat Michelle Nunn on Tuesday night and also broke 50 percent, so the GOP’er will not be forced to compete in a January runoff. Perdue took 55 percent of

Voter Fraud Investigation Ongoing in Georgia

With one Democrat-aligned Georgia group having collected 85,000 voter registration applications and around 20,000 registration forms collected by another – and from 25 – 50 of them thought to be fraudulent – an ongoing investigation is resulting in partisan charges

Atlanta Mayor Puts Out Welcome Mat for Illegals, What Will Nunn Do?

In an item partly discussing yesterday’s leaked Nunn campaign memo, which the Atlanta Journal Constitution calls a “massive blow” to Democrat Michelle Nunn’s campaign,  Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed makes it clear that “Atlanta has open arms to the thousands of unaccompanied

Deadly Storm Cancels Thousands of Flights

Deadly Storm Cancels Thousands of Flights

ATLANTA, Feb. 12 (UPI) — A deadly winter storm brought snow and ice from Texas to North Carolina Wednesday, canceling thousands of flights and making roads dangerous for travel. The National Weather Service said ice and sleet could be “potentially

Tempers Run Hot with Atlanta in Cold Chaos

Tempers Run Hot with Atlanta in Cold Chaos

Less than three inches of snow has delivered 48 hours of icy cold chaos to a the city of Atlanta, resulting in 1,460 traffic accidents, including two fatal crashes and a at least 175 injuries. Another hard freeze is expected

Snow, Ice Send South's Flagship City Reeling

Snow, Ice Send South's Flagship City Reeling

ATLANTA (AP) — The snow and sleet have stopped falling and traffic was moving again around Atlanta following a crippling storm — but transportation and rescue officials said that didn’t mean it was safe yet to drive, especially after the