Alzheimer's a major public health concern
Viral media reports
Drinking champagne could help prevent Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Iran deal controversial
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry agreed "to lift Iran’s economic and arms sanctions without any proof of change in conduct."
Immunizations don't exist for trivial illnesses
There are a "multitude" of vaccines that do not prevent deadly and crippling diseases.
District already needs spots for 500-plus students
Annexation would lead to overcrowding at Decatur’s city schools.
Twitter debate ignores scientific research
The California governor "says yes to poisoning more children with mercury and aluminum" in vaccines.
A day is not a day in the General Assembly
The Georgia Legislature’s last day of session ends at midnight.
Beer is big business
By allowing brewpubs to sell beer, Georgia could become like Mexico with only a couple of manufacturers controlling all aspects of market.
Evidence clear that measles bigger threat than vaccine
The measles vaccine has killed 108 people in the last decade, while no one has died of measles.
Education spending a major campaign theme
"Jason Carter’s plan: increase spending by $12.5 billion."
Not made up, but not Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson said, "That government is best which governs the least, because its people discipline themselves."
Deal team: It was an "honest mistake"
Says Jason Carter has "gotten David Axelrod to come down and be his campaign advisor."
Flyer suggests Perdue not a "real" Republican
David Perdue "has never voted in a Republican primary until his name was on the ballot."
HOPE at the heart of claim
State Rep. Elena Parent "supported Governor Nathan Deal’s plan to slash the HOPE scholarship."
Statement linked religious freedom, Obamacare
A Georgia religious freedom bill would help Catholic institutions that, under Obamacare, could be forced to provide abortion-inducing drugs.
An earthquake-sized hole
Responding to a major snow event in Atlanta would be like Kansas City, Mo., responding to a major earthquake.
Terrible early and often.
"It still had not gotten terrible on the roads" by 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday.
Claim needed to be audited
U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., does not want to audit the Federal Reserve.
A bad interpretation of a dubious study
Fifty-three percent of graduates from liberal arts colleges these days can’t find jobs.
Not the entire delegation
"(Jack Kingston) had more earmarks at one time than every member of the Georgia delegation put together."
Others beat him to the punch.
I am the only U.S. Senate candidate who spoke out against bombing Syria, and who challenged Georgia’s governor and insurance commissioner over obstruction to the Affordable Care Act.
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