If you lived in a town like mine and had children, moving day for your family would be virtually inevitable. My town is quaint with a great community vibe and good governance. We pay a little more in taxes to gain sidewalks, parks, and nice public facilities. My children have grown up here, but soon it will be moving day for us like so many other families I know.
When you go out on any sunny day here, you can't help but notice all the young families with young children and strollers. But oddly enough, there are very few families of teens or young adults. My town is forever young, except for some retirees who are living out their life here since their adult children live elsewhere. Youth is invigorating in a community although not as invigorating for an economy. Professionals just starting out flock to this town. They start their families here...and then they leave.Read more
After endorsing Senate candidate Karen Handel earlier this week, Sarah Palin stepped up her involvement in the race by campaigning yesterday with Handel in Georgia. This was Palin's first official campaign stop for the 2014 mid-term election season.
Check out her speech.
Retiring, twelve term Democratic Representative Jim Moran is sticking up for his Congressional coworkers on his way out the door, “I think the American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid,” he said in an interview.Read more
One of my many beefs with the Republican Party has been their unwillingness to articulate a healthcare plan to offset the left’s accusations that “they don’t have a plan.” Happily, I got to hear about a really good plan recently.Read more
Is a college degree a requirement to hold public office? David Perdue, GOP candidate for Senate in GA, thinks so. And he’s caught on video slamming Karen Handel for only having a high school diploma.Read more