Human Behavior

There is definitely no logic to human behavior.

King statue unveiled at the capitol, 49 years after his death

On the 54th anniversary of his "I have a dream" speech, Martin Luther King Jr. is finally honored with a statue at the state capitol . . .

Tags: Martin Luther King statue

Believe it or not, the 6th District race is finally over

The most expensive -- and the longest -- congressional race in history comes to an end, at long last . . .

Tags: 6th Congressional District election , Jon Ossoff , karen handel

Lawmaker fights a war he cannot win

Rep. Tommy Benton, who refuses to admit that the Civil War was fought over the issue of slavery, pays the price for his views . . .

Tags: Civil War , slavery , Tommy Benton

Georgia can learn from Kansas’ mistake

The theory that huge tax cuts will pay for themselves and create jobs is once again disproved by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback . . .

Tags: economic prosperity , kansas , tax cuts

Business leaders are rewarding failure

Southern Co. executives get huge bonuses and pay increases for a nuclear project that's running up large cost overruns and is hopelessly behind schedule . . .

Tags: nuclear project , Plant Vogtle , Southern Co.

Sometimes the answer is right in front of you

The Board of Regents is worried about falling college enrollments -- then why do they keep blocking the enrollment of immigrant students? . . .

Tags: Board of Regents , immigrant students

Gov. Deal becomes part of the ‘resistance’

Gov. Nathan Deal joins officials in other states who are resisting the prison-packing policies of the Trump administration . . .

Tags: Jeff Sessions , Nathan Deal , prison policies

The contestants for governor are lining up

The candidates are already jockeying for position in next year's race for governor . . .

Tags: Georgia governor's race

Georgia suffers two blows in 24 hours

In the space of 24 hours, Georgia is hit by two potentially disastrous developments -- Trumpcare and campus carry . . .

Tags: campus carry , Trumpcare

The governor tries another idea for improving schools

Gov. Nathan Deal tries again with legislation to improve Georgia's schools, but will he be any more successful than past governors? . . .

Tags: education improvement
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