Many have called and texted me wondering if I was going to back someone in the runoff. I have made that decision. The people of Georgia House District 7 need a representative that understands our North Georgia values: That is obviously not Sheree Ralston. Throughout the campaign it became clear she doesn’t have a clue […]Read More »
Why is the News Observer trying to manipulate an election?
Why is the News Observer trying to manipulate an election? Is Glenn Harbinson trying to help someone win? You don’t know me but you sure want to judge me. When I decided to run for Georgia House District 7 I knew the media would attack me. I was ready for it and I know why […]Read More »
Rep. Kasey Carpenter revolts against local GOP to defend his in-state tuition bill for DACA recipients
Dalton’s Republican state Rep. Kasey Carpenter (R-Dalton) denounced his home GOP on the House floor in defense of his legislation (HB 120) to grant illegal aliens in-state tuition rates. The bill would allow undocumented international students living in Georgia to pay less tuition than Americans and legal immigrants from most other states in Georgia’s public […]Read More »
Is Kelly Loeffler’s Trump voting record truly 100 percent?
On the campaign trail and in her campaign ads, Senator Kelly Loeffler often mentions she has a 100 percent voting record with President Donald Trump. While this sounds great for Sen. Loeffler, it is not 100 percent true. If we were the Washington Post, Loeffler would earn three Pinocchios. What Loeffler would love GOP voters […]Read More »
Why did State Rep Matt Gurtler miss the vote on Peace Officers’ Bill of Rights? Was he in Franklin County or the Capitol at the time of the vote?
When a Georgia State House member casts its vote and the vote board locks, a screen shot is automatically taken with the time of the vote on the picture. Also the Georgia House sends out a tweet with the date and time a bill passes. On June 23rd there appeared to be 2 hours and […]Read More »
Are there any coincidences in the Stock Market? Was Senator Kelly Loeffler just Lucky??
Are there really any coincidences in the Stock Market? The junior Senator from Georgia, Kelly Loeffler, would have you believe that, but what do you think? Not only are there overwhelming examples of “coincidences” with her recent stock trades, but how in the world did the Junior Senator from Georgia immediately get assigned to such […]Read More »
Did Brian Kemp and Kelly Loeffler have a deal for the Senate seat?
On December 4, 2019, Georgia Governor Brian P. Kemp introduced Kelly Loeffler to be the next Senator to replace retiring Georgia Statesman Johnny Isakson. Isakson announced his retirement midway through his term on August 28, 2019. In this narrative, we will look at why Isakson picked August to retire and we will ask the question, […]Read More »
Kemp defeats Cagle for Republican nomination
Blue Ridge, Ga. – After a heated runoff race, the results are in and Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp has beat out opponent Lt. Governor Casey Cagle for the Republican nomination. What was polled as a tight race between the two candidates ended up being what some would consider a landslide victory for Kemp. […]Read More »
Raffensperger wins nomination for Secretary of State
Blue Ridge, Ga. – Brad Raffensperger has defeated David Belle Isle in the July Runoff Election. Raffensperger and Belle Isle vied for the Republican nomination to seek the seat of Georgia Secretary of State. The Secretary of State seat is open with no incumbent as current Secretary of State Brian Kemp moves forward in the […]Read More »
Duncan wins tightest race in July Runoff
Blue Ridge, Ga. – Geoff Duncan narrowly beats out David Shafer in the July Runoff Election. In what was by far the closest race to take place during the runoff, Duncan beat out Shaffer by a mere 1672 votes. In some precincts across the state this race showed wins by a margin of only 2 […]Read More »
Senator David Perdue Supports Defense Bill That Includes Georgia Military Priorities
Senator David Perdue Supports Defense Bill That Includes Georgia Military Priorities Includes more than 30 Georgia priorities secured by Senator Perdue WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, on passage of the U.S. Senate’s annual defense bill, which includes dozens of key Georgia priorities: “Our nation faces […]Read More »
ep. Collins: Battling Opioid Addiction Requires a Holistic Approach
WASHINGTON—This op-ed by Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) was first published by the Gainesville Times on June 18, 2018. Over the last five years, Americans have seen a dramatic rise in home invasions. The numbers rose slowly and steadily from 2000 to 2013 and skyrocketed from there through 2016, when the same menace claimed 20,145 lives in 12 months. The […]Read More »
Collins Statement on Comey Memos and McCabe Criminal Referral
WASHINGTON—Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), issued the following statement upon the release of memos that former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey authored and in response to the inspector general’s criminal referral of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Collins is a member of the House Judiciary Committee, which exercises oversight over the Department […]Read More »
Casey Cagle’s Reprehensible Acts, The Michael Williams Press Conference that missed the Target
“The Die Has Been Cast” Swing and a miss, strike two. State Senator Michael Williams now has two strikes against him with the media in his quest to be the next Governor of Georgia. Williams’ first strike was at the State GOP convention when he announced in a speech that a member from Lt. Governor […]Read More »
East Ellijay Police Officer Arrested. Theft by Taking
The GBI arrested East Ellijay Police Office Michael McClure at approximately noon today February 14th 2018. A copy of Booking report and warrant below. FYN has requested a statement from the GBI and East Ellijay Police Chief Larry Callahan. Below is a Press Release Statement from East Ellijay Chief of Police, Larry Callahan.Read More »
JQC Dismisses all Claims against Judge Brenda Weaver
“No evidence has been presented to show any violation of code of Judicial Ethics by Judge Weaver. Instead, the evidence appears to show a personal dislike of the Judge.” Last week the Georgia Judicial Qualification Commission dismissed the complaint against Appalachian Judicial District Chief Superior Court Judge Brenda Weaver. “The complaint of Thomason, Stookey, Doss […]Read More »