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Georgia Tea Party a victim of IRS runaround

Powder Springs resident Tom Maloy, who serves on the board of the Marietta-based Georgia Tea Party, said his group was among the conservative organizations targeted by the Internal Revenue Service.…

BOE recognizes retirees

BOE recognizes retirees

The Brantley County School Board and superintendent may soon be adding landlord to its existing duties after a decision at Monday night’s regular meeting to move forward with drawing up…

Area leaders get legislative update

Area leaders get legislative update

Members of Brantley County’s legislative delegation told those gathered at the post legislative breakfast sponsored last week by the Brantley County Chamber of Commerce that the legislature was able this…

Agency bias reinforces the case for limiting government

This Foundation's weekly commentaries usually focus on Georgia-specific issues, but May has been a month for wake-up calls from Washington to all liberty-minded Americans. …

Former Atlanta city employee sues mayor and other city employees

A former city employee is suing Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and other city officials, saying he was fired after raising concerns that a woman still had city equipment and access…