Republicans running for Georgia’s open U.S. Senate seat met Saturday night for their first debate of the year, with the candidates largely agreeing on the need to rein in federal spending and repeal the federal health care law while seeking to highlight their varied experiences.
The Sidney Wood Show(Aired 01/03/2014):Ga. Black Leaders Protesting Against President Obama’s Court Nominees
President Obama has submitted his nominees for the bench in Georgia and the Civil Rights leadership is in opposition. Should the president change course to satisfy his early African-American backers or should he proceed with […]
The four Georgia Republicans who want to succeed retiring Sen. Saxby Chambliss all call themselves conservatives who oppose abortion.
Even with the state budgets already passed, the Legislature’s final meeting day looks to be long and hectic, with issues ranging from welfare drug testing to school safety and gun regulations to $130 million in state borrowing.
In a 54-46 vote, the Senate rejected the legislation to require background checks on gun sales at show and on the internet. President Obama was visibly dismayed about the vote during his press conference where […]
On Power Talk with Lorraine Jacques- White we talked about the gun bill that was defeated in the senate. President Obama came out and blasted those who voted against it. Speaking of blasting, Rev. Sharpton […]
A group of bipartisan Senators have formally filed a immigration bill on the Senate floor early Wednesday, setting the stage for months of public debate over the bill. The bill would prevent undocumented immigrants from […]
Two officials close to the campaign say U.S. Rep. Phil Gingrey is expected to announce his bid for the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
Georgia lawmakers are considering legislation that would classify the names of companies that supply execution drugs as a “confidential state secret.”
Georgia Sen. Saxby Chambliss announced Friday he will not seek a third term next year, saying “this is about frustration” with Washington gridlock that he doesn’t see changing in a divided government.