One of the great escapades in Better Georgia’s formative years was delivering pee cups to policymakers at the State Capitol after they tried to pass a bill mandating drug tests for welfare recipients. The year was 2012. As per usual the state legislature was up to no good. The likes of Gov. Nathan Deal, state… [Read More]
Elected officials in Georgia on far too many occasions say and do outrageous things, sometimes with no consequence. But one state Sen. Bill Heath not only sent a condescending email to thousands of concerned Georgians, he hid from a reporter when she approached him to ask about his email. He literally ducked into the nearest… [Read More]
At an Atlanta rally for Donald Trump, one Trump supporter surprised us by saying Trump’s views on race are “far-fetched” and that Trump “hates everyone.” “Who do you like?” the supporter asks Trump. The man’s passionate support becomes even more confusing when he admits, “I mean, I think she could run the country better. I… [Read More]
At the end of a day longer than most, I watched something from the state House gallery that I had never seen before: the entire body rising amid cheers and thunderous applause to congratulate a single lawmaker for passing a simple bill. By now you know the story: a bill submitted by Rep. Scott Holcomb… [Read More]
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“The leader of the group Better Georgia which collected more than 4500 signatures on a petition to remove the symbol said, quote, state sanctioned bigotry is simply unacceptable and anything short of removing the confederate flag entirely from license plates is not a step forward for Georgia.” Watch more Better Georgia videos.
“Critics of the Confederate battle emblem are already voicing concerns. the leader of the group Better Georgia which collected more than 4500 signatures on a petition to remove the symbol said, quote, state sanctioned bigotry is simply unacceptable and anything short of removing the Confederate flag entirely from license plates is not a step forward… [Read More]
Conservatives Dick Williams and Phil Kent debate Jeff Dickerson and Alexis Scott over the meaning of the Confederate flag. During the debate, Gov. Nathan Deal-appointee Phil Kent says, “If some global warming activist marches in to Exxon Mobile and shoots up the place, does that mean that you’re wrong about global warming?” Kent goes on… [Read More]