By Susan Kuebler This may be ancient history for some of you out there, but there are still a few of us who remember the man who could be considered one of the most colorful governors to serve the state of Georgia. His name was Lester Maddox (sound familiar)? Maddox
By Susan Kuebler As reported in The Hill this morning, a federal judge in Hawaii who initially issued a temporary injunction against Trump’s proposed travel ban for people from seven Muslim countries has struck again. Yes, it’s the same “guy sitting on an island in the Pacific” as Attorney General
By Bobby M. Do you need some conversation starters at your Fourth of July party or BBQ? Here is a roundup of much of the news that happened over the extended holiday weekend. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight and google it.
By Andrew Witzel The rumors are running rampant that Justice Anthony Kennedy may retire sometime this year. He is the second oldest justice, at 80, behind Ginsburg who is 84. Anyone with common sense can see that the current Supreme Court is getting older and eventually will need to be
By Bobby M. Scanning the news so you don’t have to, so if you missed anything from June 23rd through June 25th, this recap will catch you up on everything that happened during that period. Not everything will have a hyperlink, so if you would like more information, please highlight
By Kevin Bailey In a pair of decisions on Monday, the United States Supreme Court struck down two congressional districts in North Carolina, ruling that race played an outsized role in the creation of the districts. The decision was a clear win for voting rights advocates and would seem to