Column: School ‘turnaround’ bill – We said no, but they don’t care.

There is an old saying in education: "Those that can, teach. Those that can't, pass laws about teaching." Of course, in the teacher's lounge,...

Kemp OP-ED: “Stop and Dismantle”

The following column is an opinion piece written by Georgia Secretary of State and Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp. The piece was submitted and...

COLUMN: The Agony of Open Records Requests

Over the last 13 months, I've had the privilege of filing Open Records Requests in a dozen city and counties in an effort to...

COLUMN: The Trouble with Police Accountability

OPINION: Jessica Szilagyi opines on the idea that “police accountability” means different things to different people, which means it is difficult to define and even more difficult to enact.

Column: Reidsville, You’ve been bamboozled

The drama over the purchase of the Cheney Law Office for the Reidsville City Hall dates back to early September, but it was the...

Column: Spaceport Camden opposition tries to scuttle economic growth

Jeanne Seaver has over 32 years’ experience as a legal administrator and comptroller, a former employee of Attorney F. Lee Bailey, and in her 18th year as...

COLUMN: TV Ad for Marsy’s Law Constitutional Amendment in Georgia is misleading

The following column is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. As televisions continue to...

COLUMN: The Lieutenant Governor’s Race is Already Over for Me

OPINION: Contributor Jessica Szilagyi opines on the outcome of the Lt. Governor's race on the Republican ticket and talks about why she found it to be the state's most disappointing race.

Senator David Perdue: Honoring Those Who Made the Ultimate Sacrifice

Memorial Day is a time to pause, honor, and remember those who paid the ultimate price to protect America and defend freedom around the world.

Column: Does anybody care what Georgia’s schoolteachers think?

Column - "Well, public schoolteachers, they are at it again. “They” are our intrepid public servants under the Gold Dome, who siphoned $100 million out of the state budget for tax credits so parents can avoid sending their kids to public schools in Georgia."