Memorial Day 2011

Tweet My family and I just got back home from a visit to Washington, DC. Being in our Nation’s Capitol in the days before Memorial Day was a moving experience. We saw a number of Veterans visiting the various monuments and saw a plenty of motorcyclists gathering for the annual Rolling Thunder parade. There’s something […]

Statement On Today’s Supreme Court Ruling re: Charter Schools

Tweet From a post I wrote for Peach Pundit: Georgia’s Supreme Court struck down the law that created 14 Charter schools around the State leaving those students in limbo. As Maureen Downey writes in her “Get Schooled” column: The decision is a major victory for school systems and local control but a setback to the […]

Georgians Have No Need To Fear Boycotts.

Tweet From an editorial column I wrote for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: A widely reported study by the left-wing Center For American Progress suggests Arizona‚Äôs tourism industry suffered a $141 million loss as a direct result of the passage of its illegal immigration reform bill. No nonpartisan group has produced an economic impact study of the […]