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  • Kevin Brown Georgia General Assembly
    House District 138: Turnout in Americus will determine Brown-Cheokas race
    On Sunday, October 19, the Democratic candidate for House District 138, Kevin Brown, and his family visited Cusetta's Bethel AME in Chattahoochee County. Brown, a Marion County (Buena Vista) native is attempting to unseat long-time incumbent...
  • Michelle Nunn Burghard Elementary Macon
    U.S. Senate candidate, Michelle Nunn, visits Macon's Burghard Elementary
    On Friday, October 17, U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Nunn visited Macon's Burghard Elementary where she read to students and assisted kids in taking care of a community garden. The city of Macon was Nunn's first campaign stop after she...
  • Nathan Deal, Jason Carter debate
    Carter and Deal clash over education, ethics and Ebola at second debate
    On Sunday, October 19, Georgia Public Television presented a debatefrom the Atlanta Press Club between incumbent Republican governor Nathan Deal and Democratic challenger Jason Carter along with the third-party candidate, Libertarian Andrew Hunt....
  • Woman tries to break into the house, gets stuck in the chimney
    Woman tries to break into the house, gets stuck in the chimney
    On October 19, 2014, Genoveva Nunez-Figueroa tried to break into a Thousand Oaks, California home, by sneaking in through the chimney. Much to her surprise, the would-be robber got stuck. The Woodside Drive residents called the police during early...
  • Chemical Weaspon in Iraq coudl have benefited Bush Administration
    Chemical Weapons found in Iraq? Why did Bush hide the beneficial discovery?
    “…government of the People, by the People, for the People….” -Abraham LincolnGiven the George W. Bush Administration had resorted to usingaluminum tubesas “evidence” that Saddam Hussein had reconstituted his...
  • Obama opposes any travel ban from Ebola affected countries in West Africa
    Obama rules out West Africa Congressionally supported travel ban over Ebola
    This past week as the Ebola was spreading in health care workers who treated Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan, and the Obama Administration, and the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) responses where criticized, President Barack Obama used his...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    L.A. suburb says no to solar
    Many government bureaucrats have become cult followers for all things “green.” So they rush to process, approve, and excuse any environmental impacts of proposed renewable energy projects. Wind and solar power alternatives have become...
  • UCCD lecture focuses on nuclear weapons
    UCCD lecture focuses on nuclear weapons
    The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy in partnership with Westminster College and HEAL Utah continues its 2014-2015 Ambassador John Price and Marcia Price Lecture Series on Tuesday, October 21. This season’s second lecture will feature Rose...
  • Chinese and American diplomats
    China progress more timely now than later
    The United States and China are making progress it seems according to a report by Laura Barron-Lopez at The Hill. Secretary of State John Kerry is paving the way for a visit by President Obama to China next month.Here is how the Chinese report...
  • Barack Obama
    Danger of dumping on President Obama
    Calling out President Obama’s mistakes and suggesting improvements is part of the American political system. Intentionally wounding the President by constantly undermining the executive branch without merit is too much.Republicans began the...
  • FBI agent took bribes in exchange for internal law enforcement documents
    FBI agent took bribes in exchange for internal law enforcement documents
    The Department of Justice announced that on October 17, 2014 two Connecticut men pleaded guilty to bribery charges, admitting that they participated in a scheme to obtain confidential, internal law enforcement documents and information from a...
  • Orange Schools tap former T.V. anchor to push property-tax extension
    Orange County Schools tap former T.V. anchor to push property-tax renewal
    The Orange County Public School District has tapped a famous ex-television anchor to push the district's property-tax renewal amendment.According to theOrlando Sentinelon Oct. 17, former WKMG news anchor Lauren Row was tapped to be the face of...
  • Cuba leads in Ebola fight
    Castro trumps U.S.: Sending 460 doctors to West Africa
    The news is that Fidel Castro will cooperate with the U.S. in trying to stem the Ebola disaster in West Africa and will send 460 doctors. The U.S. is pleased to have the help. Does everything have to be politicized?What questions might this raise...
  • Pimp known as ‘King Kong’ branded minor victims with demeaning tattoos
    Pimp known as ‘King Kong’ branded minor victims with demeaning tattoos
    On October 17, 2014, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced that Bruce Kelcy Gordon, 30 was sentenced to a total of 27-years-to-life in state prison. He pleaded no contest to human trafficking and a number of related crimes,...
  • Texas Supreme Court allows voter ID law
    Texas Supreme Court says yes to voter ID law
    USA Today reports the Supreme Court allowed Texas on Saturday to enforce its photo identification law at the polls in the upcoming elections, reaching the opposite conclusion from a similar Wisconsin case a week earlier. The order, coming two days...