Georgia on My Mind: “butt-wiper” Brian Kemp, Coronavirus, Ahmaud Arbery, Glynn County

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, (8/13/20) even the administration’s coronavirus task force is warning that Georgia continues to see a “widespread and expanding community viral spread.” And, the task force warns that the state’s current policies aren’t enough to curtail the spread of the virus. Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in August signed into lawContinue reading “Georgia on My Mind: “butt-wiper” Brian Kemp, Coronavirus, Ahmaud Arbery, Glynn County”

Georgia Justice: Voting Machines and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Stenographic Reporting

This is a short article, a small point, but ideology and attitudes are made up of countless small points, repeatedly pounded home that go into constructing people’s opinions. This is an article that appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution today. Article: https://www.ajc.com/news/state–regional-govt–politics/amid-budget-cuts-georgia-pays-keep-old-voting-machines-storage/lPTO8DwteQouaFssNpImeN/?utm_source=Iterable&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=campaign_1220886 Niesse, Mark (5/15/20) “Amid budget cuts, Georgia pays to keep old voting machines inContinue reading “Georgia Justice: Voting Machines and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Stenographic Reporting”