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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.

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CBS, NBCU, MGM, Lionsgate, Sony Join Georgia Boycott Threat

A number of top television networks and production studios have joined the growing list of companies who have vowed an economic boycott of the state of Georgia if Gov. Nathan Deal does not veto a religious freedom bill that passed the state Legislature last week.

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30 Hollywood Power Players Join Georgia Boycott Over Religious Freedom Bill

More than two dozen entertainment industry leaders — including Anne Hathaway, Rob Reiner, Lee Daniels, Aaron Sorkin and Seth MacFarlane — have joined in threatening to never work in the state of Georgia again if Gov. Nathan Deal does not veto a religious freedom bill that passed the state Legislature last week.

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

GA Gov Nathan Deal Unloads On Jimmy Carter's Grandson In Debate

Republican Georgia Governor Nathan Deal faced off against State Senator Jason Carter at the Reaves Arena in Perry on Tuesday. The 72-year old Deal slammed Carter, 39, for being too “young and inexperienced” for the job of governor. “You’ve never

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

Democrat Candidates for Governor Want Big Obamacare Expansions

Democrat Candidates for Governor Want Big Obamacare Expansions

A recent analysis of five Democrats running for Governor across the country in close elections finds them promising major expansions of Obamacare if they are elected, showing that not all Democrats are running away from the President’s signature takeover of

Immigration Authorities: 66,127 Juveniles Detained So Far This Year

Immigration Authorities: 66,127 Juveniles Detained So Far This Year

The department of U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that so far this fiscal year the agency has detained 66,127 unaccompanied children and teens on the southern border. This is nearly double the number detained by this time last year.

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

Georgia Dems Nunn and Carter Counting on New Hispanic, Black Voters

Democrats may talk about change but that seems dubious given that the names at the top of their Georgia ticket harken back to the politics of decades ago.  State legislator and grandson of the notoriously failed President Jimmy Carter, Jason Carter, is

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

There's No Appetite For Repealing Stand Your Ground Laws

In response to Obama Delivers the Zimmerman Coda: Yes, Obama was sending a signal to his “loyal media bots” to focus their attention on SYG laws, but not because he thinks they will be repealed. As CBS/AP reports, there’s little

DC Tops List of Costly, Subsidized 'Green' Buildings

DC Tops List of Costly, Subsidized 'Green' Buildings

Given the questions regarding the waste borne of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards for green building certification, it’s almost fitting that Washington D.C has again topped the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) list with the highest

Watchdog Files FOIA Request Over Green Building Program Waste

Watchdog Files FOIA Request Over Green Building Program Waste

Though the General Services Administration’s (GSA) sole adherence to one measure of green building certification has already faced a flurry of skepticism for the benefits and logic behind it, a government watchdog group is now closing in on the transparency

Radical Groups Threaten US Timber Industry

Radical Groups Threaten US Timber Industry

A practiced tactic of the left is for multiple organizations of varying degrees of radicalism to coordinate their attacks on a single industry or company, often to the benefit of one player in the industry and to detriment of American

USA Today: Green Building Program a Burden on Taxpayers

USA Today: Green Building Program a Burden on Taxpayers

A USA Today examination of the popular Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design program revealed the system’s vaulted green standards have negligible impact on a building’s environmental footprint while often making staggering tax breaks available to developers. In total, 13