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When SACS came back to the DeKalb County School District to give a midterm review, we got straight A’s.

Any state tax law has to start in the House and the renewal of the state hospital bed tax this year started in the Senate, which is unconstitutional.

Says "Nathan Deal killed pro-gun bills in 2013."  

"Since sequester began federal employment has been subtracting 6,000-7,000 jobs per month"

"I fought hard for that (state Senate) seat. I only lost by four points. I raised over $700,000."

"Only in Washington would politicians spend $27 million to teach Moroccans how to make pottery."

I have the most Grammys of anyone my age, but I haven't won one against a white person.

Women in the United States are paid about 70 percent of what men earn for the same work.

Michelle Nunn has praised the Occupy movement.

The Southern Baptist Convention voted 13 years ago "that women were inferior and had to be subservient to their husbands."

A data system that goes along with Common Core is designed to collect up to 400 data points on each child, which can include personally identifiable data.

U.S. Rep. John Barrow’s plan "puts the IRS in charge of your health care."

U.S. Rep. John Barrow of Georgia has helped support the implementation of "Obamacare."

In just six years, Georgia has dropped from first in the nation from a business-friendly legal climate to 24th.

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says South Carolina "has a labor shortage and wants more immigration."

"Schools in some states are spending up to 100 days a year doing test-prep or actual testing."

Every day, "about 100 people will be arrested for possession of marijuana in Georgia."

Social Security has nothing to do with the federal deficit.

Medicare "premium support" backed by Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan "is not vouchers."

Voter identification laws make it complicated and expensive to get an ID, essentially instituting a modern-day poll tax.

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