• Health department announces changes COVID-19 vaccination schedule changes

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    GAINESVILLE – Several District 2 Public Health Departments are adjusting their Covid-19 vaccination schedules. This will allow the county health departments to continue vaccinations and expand hours for other health department services. Changes to vaccination schedules – start date, location, and days for vaccination: Union County Will move to the health department, 67 Chase Dr., […]

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  • Short Takes – Proprietary Government?

    Written by: George McClellan We stand back in amazement as we watch the former American Democrat Party, morph into an anti-American organ of Marxist propaganda, rushing to change a free land of hope and opportunity into a squalid facsimile of failed socialist states everywhere. And we wonder why we’ve let them and what can be […]

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  • Kelvin King speaks to why he’s running for U.S. Senate

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    ELLIJAY, Ga – Businessman and self-starter Kelvin King took issue with those who called his candidacy for U.S. Senate a Republican strategy. “I’m not a strategy. I’ve been a Republican for a long time, and I saw an opportunity. I saw a need in our Party to win back this sear and I think I […]

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  • Lack of leadership: Vernon Jones attacks Governor Brian Kemp

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    ELLIJAY, Ga – Former State Representative and Trump ally Vernon Jones continued to flirt with the idea of running for Georgia Governor as a Republican. Jones switched the Republican Party in January after previously stating he had no plans to do so. However, his tweets “if I were governor” suggested he wants to primary current […]

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  • Letter to President Biden

    Written by: Cindy Glueckert Mr. Biden, When did you become KING! I’ve lived for 72 years in the greatest, most productive land of the FREE-a republic like no other-yet, you’ve signed more Executive Orders in your 3 months in office than any President in history. Do you not realize that we have a Congress, we […]

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  • Kelvin King announces campaign for U.S. Senate in Georgia

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    Marietta, GA – Today, Kelvin King announced his campaign for the U.S. Senate in Georgia. King, a Georgia native, proud veteran, Republican activist, and successful business owner, had the following to say about his campaign. “Republicans in our state are at a crossroads. We’ve seen what’s at stake in our country. The Biden Administration is […]

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  • Letter to the Editor: The Big Lie

    Written by: Gary Hulsey “Fair fight,” are you kidding me?! There was a time when folks debated in the truth. No more. Now, build a deceitful narrative and beat it to death through the media and from the podium. With repetition, surely folks will believe it. Everybody knows the GA legislature has no intent to […]

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  • Short Takes: What’s with this kinder and gentler immigration business?

    Written by: George McClellen “Kinder and gentler: Republicans soften tone on migrant crisis” This headline is from the Washington Examiner, dated 02 April 21 and is a prime example why the National Republican Party seriously needs an enema before they do any more damage. The first paragraph starts: “With few exceptions Republicans haven’t softened their […]

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  • Ralston speaks on the election reforms in SB 202

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    ELLIJAY, Ga – Speaker of the House David Ralston (R – 7) tried to clear up the misconceptions surrounding SB 202, the Election Integrity Act of 2021. Signed into law last week by Governor Brian Kemp, SB 202 has been the center of partisan attacks from Democrats calling it “Jim Crow in a suit and […]

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  • Rep. Clyde discusses several Democrat sponsored bills

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    ELLIJAY, Ga – Ninth District Representative Andrew Clyde (R – Ga) spoke about recent bills passed by the House of Representatives. H.R. 127 focuses on gun control legislation and Clyde urged every American to call their Representatives concerning all the firearm bills. Universal background checks are a part of H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446 closes […]

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  • Voter turnout, debates, and Trump: David Perdue discusses all

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    ELLIJAY, Ga: Senator David Perdue (R) addressed his relationship with President Trump, voter turnout, and not debating Jon Ossoff on his bus tour through North Georgia. Citing the earlier debates, Perdue didn’t see the necessity in rehashing the issues.  “I wanted to give him a chance to show Georgia what an empty suit he is,” […]

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