Merchants of Addiction
Beginning with Jamestown (circa 1607), American life has been organized around and dependent upon the notion of rigorous self-reliance. In early America, self-reliance was a given. There wasn't much choice for the early patriots. After all, staying alive was...
Is Ron DeSantis Ready?
Politicians evolve. We all know we can expect changes from the time a candidate first announces a run for office, and thereafter forevermore. It is typically our collective and disappointing experience to watch politicians devolve, to go backward, regress, even crash...
Are We Passive Spectators Witnessing an American Version of Mao’s Cultural Revolution?
In August 1966, Mao Zedong launched the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution in China to reassert ideological purity and purge what he saw as a growing embrace of bourgeois values and a diminishing revolutionary spirit. The goal was to rid the Chinese population of...
Five Things that Really Made America Great
No President, standing alone, can lay claim to having made America great. George Washington, our first President and the undisputed Father of America, is the closest person who could remotely lay claim to having made America great. Let's tell the truth. America, as a...
Beating Hearts and Bleeding-Heart Liberals
When Georgia’s governor signs a bill protecting human life, Hollywood threatens the state with boycott.
On Wednesday evening, Brian Kemp declared victory over his opponent, Stacey Abrams, earning nearly two million votes, breaking Georgia gubernatorial electorate records. However, the Abrams campaign still refuses to concede.
Democrats Claim the Georgia 6th
After Karen Handel’s victory over Democrat Jon Ossoff in a special election last year, her midterm opponent, Lucy McBath, has pushed her out of her new seat in the House of Representatives.
History of the Georgia Flag
Fifteen years ago, 73 percent of Georgia voters voted for the three-striped red and white flag we currently call the Georgia state flag, making it the third Georgia flag in only 27 months. Click here to learn more about the long history of the Georgia flag.
A Principled Conservative for Governor
Clay Tippins is a Republican candidate for governor with a strong, cohesive, conservative philosophy.
Karen Handel on the Power of Prayer
At the invitation of the University of Georgia College Republicans, Rep. Karen Handel visited the school and in discussing the recent Parkland shooting, gave a firm attestation to the power of prayer.
Doug Collins Leads Copyright Law Reform
Though there has been significant technological advancement in recent years, copyright law has largely remained stagnant. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., is leading a bipartisan effort to reform it.
Susan Collins: Progressive in Disguise
The Maine senator has been sitting in Congress masquerading as a conservative Republican since 1997, but iVoteAmerica is exposing her for what she is: a progressive.
Time Until 2020 Election
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