They've been questioned repeatedly
The results of Atlanta Public School’s 2010 and 2011 CRCT tests "have not been questioned."
It still won't.
Federal Transit Administration
The Atlanta streetcar is expected to create 930 jobs during construction, totaling more than 5,600 jobs over the next 20 years.
What about that cheating scandal?
Former Atlanta Public Schools Superintendent Beverly Hall left the school district "significantly better than she found it."
Oh yes he did. Three times.
"I did not say that I would not have them [Muslims] in my Cabinet."
It's a small percent but a very large number of people
"Very, very, very few people get a pat-down" when they go through airport security.
Only if by "genocide" he means "public health project"
Said Planned Parenthood’s early objective was to "help kill black babies before they came into the world."
No, you can't count Confederate slaves as soldiers
"You’ll find blacks in almost every regiment throughout the South who fought right alongside white Southerners," during the Civil War.
New Zombie Apocalypse myth earns a pickaxe to the head
The Walking Dead
In the case of a catastrophic event, the Atlanta-area offices of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will self-destruct.
By the time Republican senators finished there wasn't much power left to share
Republican state senators
Said they reached a "power-sharing agreement" with Republican Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle
Claims to run "civil" campaigns slippery as a bag of snakes
Roy Barnes and Nathan Deal
Vows to keep Georgia's race for governor "civil" and focused on the "positive."
What's next? Taking candy from babies?
Says campaign contributions to her rival for a state House seat was money intended for schoolchildren.
Republican governors say 'adios' to the truth
Republican Governors Association
Candidate for governor Roy Barnes has been "fighting hard" to let illegal immigrants vote.
Claim that Olens deserve blame for Arizona ruling is far out
"We have my opponent Sam Olens to thank for [the Arizona immigration ruling] since he was on the team that got Clinton elected."
Democratic National Committee to Barnes: You're welcome anytime
"Nobody’s invited us" to the Obama events in Atlanta.
Nope. And Georgia Right to Life should have known better.
Karen Handel "would have felt like it was OK to go in and abort" Sarah Palin's son Trig, who has Down syndrome.
Jones attack against Johnson on transit system off track
"Four years as a congressman, he [U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson] never talked about MARTA."
Handel finds herself in a jam trying to appease two very different groups of voters
Says she was never a member of the Georgia Log Cabin Republicans.
There's gold on that there Capitol, but not very much
Georgia could get money for schools by scraping “the gold off the gold dome” of the state Capitol.
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