Archive | September, 2017

FIRST AMENDMENT CONSEQUENCES - PART TWO

1ST AMENDMENT CONSEQUENCES – PART TWO Some of you may remember my column from a few months ago about comedian Kathy Griffin, who created a gory scene by holding up a bloody head resembling that of President Donald Trump. I mentio [...]

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UPDATE - WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION

UPDATE - WEST GEORGIA AUTISM FOUNDATION In July, I wrote a column about the founding of the West Georgia Autism Foundation (WGAF). Since then, there have been significant developments that need to be made public. Before I continue, some of y [...]

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THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION

THE COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION Social media has uncovered the views of millions of people ranging from politics to baking recipes to the guilt or innocence of criminal defendants. I have been surprised by how many people have opinions about guil [...]

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Three Proven Rules of Email

THREE PROVEN RULES OF EMAIL Email is perhaps the most efficient way to communicate in business, personal life, and within organizations. The main benefits are: 1. A written record of communication is saved. If we don’t remember what we [...]

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WHY BRYANT IS STILL REVERED TODAY

WHY BRYANT IS STILL REVERED TODAY I am a Dawg through and through. My father started at free safety for Georgia in the late 1960’s, I cried when Georgia lost to Pitt (Dan Marino) and Penn State (Todd Blackledge) in the early 1980’s, a [...]

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NEW LAW ALLOWS EARLY REMOVAL FROM PROBATION

NEW LAW ALLOWS EARLY REMOVAL FROM PROBATION Senate Bill 174 quietly became law this summer. However, its effect on all Georgians will be felt soon. The part of the bill that will have the biggest impact is now known as OCGA 17-10-1(a)(1)(B); t [...]

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