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One of the highlights of the presidential nominating process has been the way Donald Trump has proven the political experts, pundits, and commentators to be wrong in their learned predictions . . .
Energy consultant and veteran PSC observer Jim Clarkson casts a critical eye on the proposed merger of Southern Co. and AGL Resources . . .
Several incidents over the Fourth of July holiday illustrate the violent danger of fireworks -- but we legalized them anyway . . .
When it comes down to a choice between big business or the Confederate flag, politicians will generally take the side of big business . . .
Would conservation be a better approach to Georgia's water supply issues that drinking treated sewer water? Some questions to ponder . . .
As in Georgia 15 years ago, there are cries to take down the Confederate battle emblem at the South Carolina state capitol . . .
With the disclosure that he suffers from a serious disease, Johnny Isakson throws an interesting curve ball at the next Senate race . . .
Remember the time when Georgia had three governors and kept blacks from voting by posting guards with shotguns at the precincts? Relive those days with this new book . . .
If the Supreme Court strikes down a key portion of the Affordable Care Act, hundreds of thousands of Georgians could lose health coverage . . .