A Roswell, Georgia man who fought with the city over his right to keep chickens on his suburban property blew himself up at his house today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The home of the man, Andrew Wordes, was in foreclosure. Investigators believe he poured gasoline all over the house and set it on fire rather than get evicted.Read more »
a Christian university based in Rome, Georgia, has mandated all employees sign a newly created “personal lifestyle statement” that, among other demands insists they “reject as acceptable all sexual activity not in agreement with the Bible, including, but not limited to, premarital sex, adultery and homosexuality.” Shorter, a private, coeducational, liberal arts university, has 200 employees, and was founded in 1873. Employees who refuse to sign the lifestyle statement are subject to termination.Read more »
VILLA RICA, Ga - Some Villa Rica Girl Scouts were in for a shock Wednesday, when a police officer came by their cookie booth and shut it down. The troop was told they had to have a permit to sell Girl Scout cookies.Read more »
The Governor of Georgia vetoed a bill that would 'allow' citizens to carry their firearms into the 'non-sterile' areas of airports. The author of this article claims this would have made passengers more dangerous and hampered law enforcement.Read more »
Ray McBerry running for Georgia Governor as a states rights candidate on the Republican ticket. Not that he is a true republican, but that it is the only way he will get elected. Website has details on campaign.Read more »
Most governments responded to the credit crunch by borrowing more, taxing more, regulating more and owning more. Not that of Georgia. The aristocrats of the Caucasus recently adopted something called the Liberty Act, which limits their deficit to 3 per cent of GDP and their public debt to 60 per cent.Read more »
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