I previously wrote about the emergence of S.B. 221 from the Judiciary Committee about two weeks ago, after being introduced … More
Photo Credit Back on March 16, 2016, the Georgia General Assembly sent H.B. 757, a religious liberty bill labeled the “Free … More
The website of the National Park Service displays a disclaimer about the limited service due to the government shutdown. Jeffrey … More
In the general election last month, candidates in two races failed to reach the required 50% vote threshold and were … More
By Jeffrey Albertson/Nov. 12, 2018 While campaigns and pundits debate the merits of a Democratic Party “blue wave” in this … More
Jeffrey Albertson/Oct. 28, 2018 67 million beneficiaries of the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs will receive a … More
/Jeffrey Albertson; June 15, 2018. The daily battle with metro Atlanta traffic is enough to try the patience of the … More
Even if Congress codifies the President’s authority to line-item veto appropriation bills, without specifically resolving the unconstitutional delegation of budget making authority inherently held by Congress, it would be fair to expect the Supreme Court to intervene, similarly as in Clinton, and strike down the law.
The story of Atlanta’s struggle with segregation was centered on neither the crusade of civil rights activists nor the reactionary … More
Jeffrey Albertson/26 Jan. 2018 By now, the verdict on the 3-day federal government shutdown has been decided: “Schumer [Sold] Out … More
By: Jeffrey Albertson/7 Jan. 2018—Lawrenceville, GA Even though most of Georgia remains in the midst of a cold snap, some … More
By: Jeffrey Albertson/30 Dec. 2017–Atlanta, GA– Carrying the moniker as the first Republican to lose a Senate election in Alabama … More
The fundamental flaw in the Republican Obamacare replacement plan is the belief that government should have a minimalist role in healthcare, instead it should adopt that government intervention is necessary to guarantee a baseline of care, for all Americans—regardless of ability to pay.
By Jeffrey Albertson, Jr./Atlanta, GA. 26 May 2017 Back in February, President Donald Trump signed a presidential memorandum on the … More
Atlanta, GA—April 18, 2017//By: Jeffrey Albertson The confirmation of Former Georgia Representative Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human … More
**This posting reflects only the Introduction. Reference: Kruse Presentation November 28, 2005. Introduction In stories spun by its supporters, Atlanta had—according to … More
“New Fiduciary Rule for Financial Advisers Puts Retirees First, Labor Secretary Says.” Source: Bloomberg April 6, 2016. Atlanta, GA–Feb. 4, … More
Jan. 24, 2017—Lawrenceville, GA By: Jeffrey Albertson Tonight was the second Gwinnett County Commission … More
While Rep. Jason Spencer (R-180) has pledged to withdraw the controversial HB 3, that was met with significant “political scrutiny,” the 2017-2018 General Assembly’s regular session will have plenty of theatrics. On the calendar are bills and amendments related to automatic voter registration, reapportionment, use of restraints on pregnant inmates, training for firearm carry licenses and more.