• Ag Commissioner Gary Black details why he entered Senate race

    Gary Black

    ELLIJAY, Ga – Georgia Agricultural Commissioner Gary Black (R) spoke about the importance of the Republican party retaking Senator Raphael Warnock (D)’s seat in 2022. “They (President Joe Biden and Warnock) said they want to fundamentally change America. I fundamentally object to that,” Black stated before listing the rising gas prices, Middle East conflict, and […]

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  • Illegal immigration: Georgia’s Gov Brian Kemp rebuked by metro-Atlanta county Republicans

    Written by D.A. King. Cobb County Republican Party passes resolution in special meeting We are informed that metro-Atlanta’s Cobb County Republican Party has passed a resolution rebuking Gov. Brian Kemp (R) for his silence on Georgia’s illegal immigration crisis. “Governor Kemp has betrayed President Trump, pro-enforcement voters, and since becoming Chief Executive has defiantly ignored illegal immigration […]

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  • Short Takes: Congress and Spending


    Written by: George McClellan A few short years ago, stung by voter rebuke on congressional over spending on nonsense stuff through an unappropriated, ie:  free money scheme for congressmen called “Earmarks,” Congress dropped the program for a while so as not to adversely impact individual members re-election chances. Oh woe! Voters after all, have short […]

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  • How Did We Allow Monopolies to Control Our Government and Our Lives?

    Written by: George McClellan Suppressing Constitutionally protected free speech, conservative or not, is akin to unfairly killing  off competition. We’ve seen this before, not with speech but with growing corporate measures to suppress post Civil War industrial competition. JP Morgan, Andrew Carnegie and the Rockefeller’s come to mind but there were other too, who under […]

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  • Georgia’s ballot audit case looks to move forward on Friday

    Garland Favorito ballot audit

    ELLIJAY, Ga – Garland Favorito outlined the progress of VoterGa’s legal case to uncover potential voter fraud in the 2020 election. Favorito’s a co-plaintiff in the VoterGa lawsuit to examine147,000 ballots from the November election. In March, Henry County Chief Justice Brian Amaro granted the organization access to digital ballot images. Favorito and company have […]

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  • Short Takes: Does it Make a Difference?

    Written by: George McClellan Creeping Socialism, like weeds in a flower garden, so embedded itself in American politics when we weren’t paying attention that the question must now be asked, does it really make a difference what party takes the reins in 2024, all things given? Will we be forced to submit and allow evil […]

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  • Larceny suspect apprehended at Shell Station


    ROBBINSVILLE, N.C. – At approximately 1:15 p.m. Graham County Sheriff’s Office arrested a male at the Shell Station in Robbinsville for allegedly committing larceny. On Wednesday morning, health department and social services employees discovered that catalytic converters had been cut from four of the county-owned vehicles. The surveillance footage showed two male individuals there after […]

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  • Happy New Year!!!

    We know this year has been a tough one. But we are here to tell you 2021 is a new year and hopefully a better one! Happy New Year from all of us here at FYN!

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