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Thanks to Governor Kemp’s leadership, Georgia’s broadband infrastructure is about to get a major boost – and nearly 30,000 residents across eight central Georgia counties will have access to fast internet service for the first time.

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As you read this column, its writer will have just turned another year on the calendar. The number is starting to get a little high and I'm reminded of a T-shirt I recently saw that had these words on the front: "It's weird to be the same age as all these old people."

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The big political drama this week is the vote for a new speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives. That vote is important because the Republican Party now controls the House and the speaker will come from its ranks.

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Dear Editor: When I sought re-election as Chairman of the Jackson County Republican Party two years ago, the main tenant of my campaign was to restore professionalism to the organization. Having gone through a chaotic experience that convention cycle and the amount of pettiness that was disp…

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One of the threads that ran through the discussion with Jackson County's six legislators at last week's chamber of commerce event revolved around the workforce, or lack thereof.

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During the Republican Primary to decide who would represent the GOP for U.S. Senate this year, candidate Gary Black warned that if his opponent Herschel Walker were nominated, the race would become all about Walker and his past.

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Dear Editor: What is the ‘Wheel of Knowledge’? Well, picture an old-fashioned wagon wheel with a hub, spokes and rim, or tire. Each of the many spokes representing an area of study and knowledge are taught in most schools and universities: Math, Biology, Geology, Sociology, Psychology, Philo…

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I have often used the phrase "cult of Trump" as a way to paint a picture of the loyalty that surrounds Trump followers within the GOP.