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COLUMN: The Art of Negative Campaigning

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia.  Negative campaigning. It’s an...

Column: Common Core, The Great “Leveler”

Column: "The recently released and utterly predictable scores from ACT require yet another commentary on the decline of academic performance and college-readiness under Common Core."

Hill OP-ED: “Religious freedom is good for Amazon and Georgia”

The following column is an opinion piece written by former state Senator and Republican gubernatorial candidate Hunter Hill. The piece was submitted and was...

COLUMN: GA Insurance Commissioner Race May Prove Litmus Test For “Blue Wave – Red...

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. There are two prevailing strategies...

COLUMN: Who Ruins Police Departments?

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. I recently released a 20-part...

Hill: Joint Budget Hearings Follow Ceremonial Week

Senator Jack Hill on the state's joint budget hearings and Kemp's proposal.

COLUMN: Freedom of Speech is the antidote to division.

The following article is an opinion piece by State Representative and candidate for Secretary of State Buzz Brockway. The following opinions expressed reflect those...

COLUMN: Down the Ballot to the GOP Insurance Commissioner’s Race

The article below is an opinion piece and reflects only the views of the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. It is part of...

COLUMN: Georgia City Wrong to Target Sex Offenders in New ‘Homelessness Ordinance”

The following article is an opinion piece and reflects the views of only the author and not necessarily those of AllOnGeorgia. The City of Ringgold...

COLUMN: Georgia Shouldn’t Automatically Throw Minors in Adult Prison

OPINION: Marc Hyden talks about HB 440. If passed, Georgia officials would no longer place 17-year-olds in the adult justice system wholesale. Rather, they would only treat youths as adults in cases involving particularly heinous circumstances. In most scenarios, then, 17-year-olds would enter the juvenile system, where they would still pay for their crimes but also receive the care that they need to grow into law-abiding adults.