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Bookman: No need to adjust your set if you don’t recognize...

There’s a man on my TV set these days claiming to be U.S. Sen. David Perdue, but I sure don’t recognize him. He’s nothing...

Dink Nesmith: A ‘coal fox’ is in EPA’s ‘henhouse’

Even above the commotion caused by COVID-19, you could hear the EPA’s hooves in the rules-change stampede. The Environmental Protection Agency — despite the...

Bookman: Trump’s bad cop act fans flames of confrontation, vigilantism

Cops will tell you that domestic disputes can be the toughest calls they have to answer. Some do it well; others do not.  A good...

Bookman: Virus toll ranks high in SEC country as teams huddle...

As you probably expected, the Southeastern Conference dominates the preseason national rankings. As of Tuesday, Florida could claim the title of No. 1 in the...

Teachers are on COVID-19 front lines, let them tell us what’s...

In this moment, more than at any other time, it is non-negotiable that leaders of Georgia’s public schools operate with transparency. Georgia’s State School Superintendent...

Bookman: School teachers, parents inherit the wind of virus apathy

“My view is the schools should open,” President Trump said on Fox News Wednesday. “This thing is going away, it will go away like...

Young Black Americans not sold on Biden, the Democrats or voting

Most political analysts define “swing voters” as those who swing their support from one party to the other between election cycles – determining winners...

Trump doesn’t seriously want to delay the election, just deligitimize it

Abe Lincoln didn’t do it. And he was busy trying to hold the Union together. FDR didn’t do it. And he was leading the nation...

Yale study: COVID jobless benefits didn’t stop people from seeking work

As Congress gears up to debate the new, Republican-authored COVID-19 relief package, you’re going to hear a lot of debate over whether the existing $600/weekly enhanced...

Bookman: ‘If you don’t stop the pandemic, the economy will fail’

On Tuesday, the state of Georgia reported an additional 3,413 cases of the novel coronavirus.  Is that a lot? It sounds like a lot, but...
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