Bill Campbell said what?

September 13, 2011 // 1 Comment

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@andishehnouraee andishehnouraee At @AtlantaMagazine Atlanta mayors forum, Campbell says he left city better than he found it. 13 hours ago via Twitter for iPhone I messaged Andisheh late last night. [...]

Quid pro crock

June 19, 2011 // 1 Comment

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AT&T is lining up support for its acquisition of T-Mobile from a slew of liberal groups with no obvious interest in telecom deals — except that they’ve received big piles of AT&T’s [...]

Faith, freedom and a sleazeball

June 4, 2011 // 1 Comment

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Four years ago he couldn’t get elected lieutenant governor in his home state. Now Ralph Reed has re-emerged as a GOP power broker, attracting every Republican presidential candidate — [...]

What’s changed in 60 years

May 30, 2011 // 3 Comments

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How does a college professor obtain a $500,000 line of credit at Tiffany’s? Or a local sportscaster and her commercial fisherman husband afford a $1.7 million second home? It wouldn’t [...]

John Oxendine’s star power

February 20, 2011 // 2 Comments

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In his last full day in office, Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine issued himself several licenses to sell insurance and adjust claims, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has learned. Oxendine did [...]

Dancing with the felons

January 11, 2011 // 3 Comments

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It doesn’t happen much, so when a public official is held accountable for their misdeeds, we should cheer. Republicans would be wise to abandon Tom DeLay, an oily charlatan with no remorse and [...]

Not race, but time

August 8, 2010 // 1 Comment

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It’s mere coincidence that ethically challenged House members Charlie Rangel and Maxine Waters are black (or Democrats, for that matter). But combined they have spent 58 years in Congress. No [...]
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