• Georgia Public Safety Training Celebrates 30th Anniversary

          On Saturday, July, 22nd 2017, the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) celebrated thirty years of training those who serve and protect the citizens of every community across the great State of Georgia. The celebration was held in Forsyth at the main campus of GPSTC. It was a great day of celebrating […]

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  • The Democrat Collapse; Can it Recover?

    In the wake of Karan Handles election victory over the youthful Democrat candidate Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s 6th District special election, and three other less newsworthy special elections elsewhere in the US, it is only now starting to dawn on democrats that they might actually have a real leadership problem. Already accusative fingers have pointed […]

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  • Short Takes – The Changing Political Landscape

    The Changing Political Landscape Despite the outward appearance of viability, trying desperately to raise funds to reclaim the Congress in 2018, the dysfunctional Progressive, Democrat Party is actually nearing its end. We’re on to ‘em! For all of that, so the GOP may be in the twilight of its existence if they continue to legislate […]

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  • We’re Blind To What’s Coming

    We’re Blind to What’s Coming Let’s see if we can figure this one out. ISIS claims 64 year old Stephen Paddock, the mass murderer in Las Vegas, was a convert to Islam fulfilling their call to conduct lone-wolf attacks in the West. Almost Immediately the FBI tells us there’s absolutely no such connection; and this […]

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  • Who should Get The Respect?

    Who Should Get the Respect? Just what is it with this tawdry business of the NFL players not paying due respect to America’s precious emblems, especially our flag and National Anthem? It might have all started with that former German NFL Quarterback who looks like a burned tumbleweed, but it didn’t. He was the flash […]

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  • Men’s Tennis Shoots Past Emmanuel, 7-2, in Season Opener

    Men’s Tennis Shoots Past Emmanuel, 7-2, in Season Opener 10/25/2017 | Men’s Tennis DAHLONEGA – After a doubles sweep by the Nighthawks, the University of North Georgia men’s tennis team coasted to a 7-2 win over Emmanuel in the 2017-18 season opener Wednesday at the UNG Tennis Complex at Yahoola Creek. All three doubles teams ran past their […]

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