Over $8.5 Million in Embezzlement Landed Former Office Manager in Federal Prison

Over $8.5 Million in Embezzlement Landed Former Office Manager in Federal Prison

For orchestrating a complex embezzlement conspiracy that exceeded $8.5 million during the five-year period from 2015 to 2020, Alpharetta, Georgia-based former executive assistant and office manager Sonya Hesenius was sentenced to federal prison. “Hesenius shall henceforth be held responsible for her egregious misappropriation of millions of dollars from her employer in order to finance an … Read more

Extended Amnesty for Non-Appearance by the Woodstock Municipal Court

Extended Amnesty for Non-Appearance by the Woodstock Municipal Court

The issuance of a lavish amnesty period by the Woodstock Municipal Court for individuals who have Failure to Appear bench warrants is cause for consolation among the residents of Woodstock, Georgia. The court is providing individuals with a no-obligation opportunity to resolve their outstanding warrants and expunge their legal records from April 22 to April … Read more

Bibb County Voting Machine Security Breach Allegations Evaluated by Georgia Election Officials

Bibb County Voting Machine Security Breach Allegations Are Evaluated by Georgia Election Officials

A possible compromise of voting machine security in Bibb County is presently under investigation by election officials in Georgia. The inquiry is in response to claims put forth by Benjamin Cotton, a forensic election security analyst. Cotton claimed to have performed forensic examinations of voting equipment in thirteen states, including Macon-Bibb County. In light of … Read more

In Georgia, Governor Kemp opposes the expansion of Medicaid despite bipartisan support

In Georgia, Governor Kemp opposes the expansion of Medicaid despite bipartisan support

Governor Brian Kemp maintains his steadfast opposition to the policy of Medicaid expansion in Georgia, despite the growing bipartisan backing for the initiative. Cobb County Democrats, in particular, have voiced considerable disapproval of his stance, contending that expansion might yield considerable economic advantages for the state. Governor Kemp, in a recent address at an event … Read more

Governor of Tennessee Signs a Bill Concerning Immigration Enforcement Amidst Controversy

Governor of Tennessee Signs a Bill Concerning Immigration Enforcement Amidst Controversy

A bill that Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed into law requires collaboration between federal immigration authorities and law enforcement agencies in the identification and deportation of individuals discovered to be unlawfully present in the country. This action has incited a tempest of controversy. Controversial in its implications for civil liberties and public safety, the measure, … Read more

Historic Ban on ‘Assault Weapons’ Passed by the Colorado House of Representatives

Historic Ban on 'Assault Weapons' Passed by the Colorado House of Representatives

The Colorado House of Representatives has rendered a significant decision by endorsing a bill that for the first time in the history of the state Prohibits the Sale, Manufacturing, and Transfer of So-Called “Assault Weapons.” In a vote of 35-27, with three members abstaineding, House Bill 24-1292 was agreed to. Specifically, all Republicans in attendance … Read more

AG Georgia A Multi-State Legal Challenge to Biden’s Student Loan Relief Plan Spearheaded by Chris Carr

AG Georgia A multi-state legal challenge to Biden's student loan relief plan is spearheaded by Chris Carr

Attorney General Chris Carr of Georgia is leading a bipartisan effort to challenge the most recent student loan repayment scheme implemented by the Biden administration. Arkansas, Florida, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, and Oklahoma have joined forces with Carr in this endeavor. A coalition of attorney general’s general’s has filed a 62-page lawsuit challenging the constitutionality … Read more

Georgia Slave Descendants’ Recoveries Conflict

Georgia Slave Descendants' Recoveries Conflict

Georgia is no exception to the national reparations controversy for slave descendants. Racial equity and historical justice discussions have centered on whether Georgia should pay slave descendants reparations. Both sides have strong opinions. Reparations activists claim slavery perpetuates systemic injustices and socioeconomic disadvantages that disproportionately harm African Americans. They believe reparations are ethically right and … Read more

Warns Ex-FBI Agent Marjorie Taylor Greene of Foreign Propaganda Amplification

Warns Ex-FBI Agent Marjorie Taylor Greene of Foreign Propaganda Amplification

The charges against Georgia’s outspoken lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene, who is allegedly supporting foreign enemies in their propaganda operations, have once again brought the junction of American politics and foreign influence into sharp light. The former FBI associate director for counterintelligence, Frank Figliuzzi, has raised concerns, illuminating how foreign intelligence agencies, especially those of Russia … Read more