Archive | March, 2016

A HUGE CONGRESSIONAL RACE

A HUGE CONGRESSIONAL RACE Since this is a presidential election year, other races tend to get overlooked. However, there is one federal race this year that affects all Americans; the race for the 3rd Congressional District of Georgia. For ye [...]

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THE SLIPPERY SLOPE

THE SLIPPERY SLOPE Last week, I was volunteering with Officer Kelly Bennett at the 8th Grade Career Expo. We were there to talk about careers in criminal justice. I was overwhelmed by the number of students who filled our classroom. We actually [...]

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KINGMAKER

KINGMAKER With the presidential election at full throttle, I sometimes think of why and how these men and women gain power. Yes, most candidates for public office are determined, hardworking, and focused. But, the vast majority fall short of the [...]

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KARMA

KARMA When I think of Karma, I think of Jim Williams of Savannah falling dead in his office after Sonny Seiler convinced a Chatham Co. jury that Jim was not guilty of murdering Jim’s lover in the true story depicted in “Midnight In The [...]

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