Calling it a “continuation of the Biden Administration’s war on America’s energy,” U.S. Rep. Andrew Clyde, R-GA, is leading efforts to get questions answered regarding the President’s Energy Policy.read more
Officials with the Port of Savannah announced late last week that dock renovations are complete, and for the first time in more than two years, all berths are open for business.read more
The staff here at James Magazine Online wants to wish you and your families a happy Thanksgiving! We hope you spend it with those you love and share good food and good company as you reflect on all you have to be thankful for.read more
It isn’t making news in Georgia’s mainstream media, but earlier this year James “Fergie” Chambers reportedly secured multiple hundreds of millions of dollars from his family, which controls the Cox Enterprises empire. And now he’s using that slush fund to bankroll a hard-left group that’s harassing Jews across the country.read more
The Georgia Foster Care Tax Credit launched January 1st and allows state taxpayers a dollar-for-dollar tax credit so Georgia taxpayers can not only reduce their income tax burden but also help fund a program that assists kids who are aging out of the foster care system and have nowhere to go and no money for college or technical school.read more
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter, R-GA, joined Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-WA, in leading efforts to slam Chinese social media company TikTok for “spreading terrorist propaganda and antisemitic content” surrounding Hamas’ attack on Israel.read more
A Georgia Senate Study Committee tasked with looking at ways to strengthen and sustain the state’s workforce presented its final recommendations late last week – during their sixth meetings of the off-session.read more
New state Senate map creates two new Black majority districts; court upholds statewide PSC elections
A proposed state Senate redistricting map released Monday would create two additional Black majority districts in the General Assembly’s upper chamber in keeping with a federal court order.read more
Tributes to the late First Lady Rosalyn Carter by panelists kick off the November 26th broadcast.read more
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The “Red Tape Roll Back” initiative announced by Lt. Gov. Burt Jones last week is, among other similar goals, aimed at shrinking state government to make it easier to access business and occupational licenses. This is not a new idea.
Whatever one thinks of Donald Trump, no one should assume that the recent plea agreements in the criminal indictment filed by Fani Willis, district attorney of Fulton County, or the public apologies she demanded legitimize the claims made against the former president and the other defendants.
Jim Wooten passed away recently and he took most vestiges of reasonably conservative Georgia media with him.