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Obama: 'This war, like all wars, must end' - Roger Ailes blasts...
OBAMA COUNTERTERRORISM ADDRESS at National Defense University, Fort McNair, in D.C. : "[O]ver the last decade, our nation has spent well over a trillion dollars on war, helping to explode our deficits and constraining our ability to nation-build here at home.
Fri May 24, 2013
Conservation, crop insurance and the sugar program
Senators took to the chamber floor on Wednesday to debate a new farm bill. Topics ranged from budget issues to conservation, GMO labeling, agricultural research funding and the sugar program.
Pam's House Blend
President Obama vs. His Administration's Legacy
President Obama's speech yesterday, presenting his vision of a comprehensive counter-terrorism strategy, included welcome rhetoric about the importance of constitutional principles, including Due Process and rights to dissent.
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Michelle Nunn to Run for Senate in Georgia?
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Legal woes piling up for GA Democratic Party chair
Earlier this week, the Georgia Supreme Court accepted Berlon's petition for voluntary discipline for violating legal ethics rules in a child support case.
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Is Obama ending the war on terror?
President Obama outlined his vision for a revised American counterterrorism policy during Thursday's speech at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., renewing his call to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay and announcing new guidelines to govern the use of targeted drone strikes on foreign soil.
Obama aims to limit scope of terror fight
President Barack Obama reacts to Code Pink founder Medea Benjamin as she shouts at him from the back of the auditorium as he talked about national security Thursday at the National Defense University at Fort McNair in Washington.
Thu May 23, 2013
Lawyers, Guns, and Money
Some day this war's going to end
Mr. Obama rejected the notion of an expansive war on terrorism and instead articulated a narrower understanding of the mission for the United States.
GOP's Chambliss: Obama speech will be 'viewed by terrorists as victory'
The senior Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee said President Obama's national security speech will be "viewed by terrorists as a victory." Sen.
How to avoid the pain and expense of a hot GOP primary? Nominating conventions
Sandra Deal, wife of the governor, has asked them to play nice. Don't "destroy" each other, she has begged.
Action to Fix National Debt 'Vital'
I was encouraged to see that Georgia's very own Senator Saxby Chambliss played golf with President Obama two weeks ago.
Wed May 22, 2013
Senate field gets crowded
With announcements earlier this week, we have five declared candidates on the Republican side and no declared candidates on the Democratic side to replace outgoing Sen.
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The camaraderie of the four leaders of the House and Senate Intelligence panels - Rogers, Rep.
Bryan Enactus Team Heads To Nationals
Bryan College's Enactus team traveled to Kansas City, Mo. Tuesday for the national competition after earning its third regional championship in April.
Poll: Georgians oppose campus guns; Isakson popularity at 50 percent
A majority of Georgians oppose allowing students who have concealed-weapons permits to carry guns on college campuses, according to a survey released Tuesday.
Lookout Mountain Elementary 5th Grader Is Hamilton SHINES Elementary Division Winner
Hamilton County Mayor Jim Coppinger recognized Della Joyner Perry, a 5th grader at Lookout Mountain Elementary School Tuesday as the Hamilton SHINES Elementary Division winner.
Tue May 21, 2013
Special Guests Tour Whitfield Elementary Schools
Three representatives from Georgia members of Congress enjoyed a learning tour as they visited several Whitfield County elementary schools Tuesday morning.
Michelle Nunn Senate Announcement Coming Soon
After appearing at a weekend fundraiser for Senate Democrats, party leaders expect Michelle Nunn to make a final decision on the Georgia Senate race within weeks.
Sat May 18, 2013
Roswell's Karen Handel Announces Campaign For U.S. Senate
Former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel announced Friday that she will run for Sen.
Handel jumps into crowded US Senate race in Ga.
Department of Natural Resources officials say Georgia was one of 14 recipients of a grant to help promote National Safe Boating Week.