R.I.P. Phyllis Schlafly, conservative icon (1924-2016). She singlehandedly stopped the Equal Rights Amendment from becoming law in the mid-1970s when both parties supported it and it passed both houses of Congress. She saw it correctly as a move for increased government control and social meddling. Phyllis has a great life story. She attended every Republican convention since 1952 and was there in 2016.
Georgia’s Nick Chubb in his first game in a year rolled up 222 yards against North Carolina and appears to be as good or better than before. For good college band music check out FightMusic.com. The Ole Miss band still has Dixie on the site. Yes, UGA is there.
VDARE.com has an interesting comparison hot off the presses, or the computer screen, comparing media treatment of quarterback Colin Kaepernick to that of baseball pitcher John Rocker (remember him?). Check the media take on Kaepernick’s freedom of speech (allowable) and denial of same to Rocker, about fifteen years back. How dare John Rocker speak his opinions? VDARE.com is a site I check daily, featuring writers so talented they are unlikely to hit your television screen or local newspaper.
No wonder big media hyped Carly Fiorina early in the Republican primaries. She is pro-open borders, and supported in-state tuition for illegals (a favorite cause of liberal Democrats). Carly seemed pleasant but we need someone intensely disliked by Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell, Reince Priebus, George Will and the Republican establishment generally. They all hate Donald Trump. Lead on, Donald!
When the Pope visited Cuba he avoided meeting with Cuban dissidents. “The big question: Why are the lives of Cuban dissidents less important than foreign criminal invaders who violate U.S. borders and immigration laws and actively steal from American citizens?”
John Lillpop on CapitolHillOutsiders.com
“If the Pope is so concerned with global warming, he should figure out if it is true.”
Houston talk host Michael Berry
“Liberals hate our guts, and it is a challenge not to return the sentiment.”
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On behalf of the State Bar of Georgia, I wish to extend congratulations to Oconee Judicial Circuit District Attorney Timothy G. Vaughn on being named District Attorney of the Year recently by the Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia.
Mr. Vaughn is well-deserving of this recognition in light of his more than three decades of exemplary service as a prosecutor, including his 22 years as district attorney for the Oconee Circuit, which includes Bleckley, Dodge, Montgomery, Pulaski, Telfair and Wheeler counties.
Georgia’s district attorneys fulfill a vital role in our criminal justice system. We salute Mr. Vaughn on his accomplishments in office, which have earned him this prestigious statewide honor.
Patrick T. O’Connor
President, State Bar of Georgia
The Eastman Police Department is experiencing another rash of vehicle break-ins. Some vehicles have had the windows broken, so please remove items from your vehicles at night. Please make sure all of your firearms serial numbers are recorded, in case you do have theft, the serial numbers can be entered as stolen. If you see anyone suspicious in your neighborhood please call 911 immediately.
The Eastman Police Department reported the following arrest made from September 6, 2016 through September 13, 2016.
Lorena Trice, age 26, of Cochran, was arrested for license: driving while license suspended/revoked, and speeding.
Johnnie Fluellen, age 38, of Eastman, was arrested for financial transaction card theft and financial transaction card fraud.
Erica Stidhum, age 29, of Chester, was arrested for giving false name/address/date of birth to officer and license: driving without license.
Earl Robertson, age 53, of Eastman, was arrested for probation violation and headlight requirements.
Clifton Harrell, age 49, of Eastman, was arrested for battery(family violence) and cruelty to children 1st degree.
Charles Sheffield, age 17, of Eastman, was arrested for affray.
Arnesia Rozier, age 20, of Eastman, was arrested for battery(family violence).
Juvenile, age 15, was arrested for obstructing law enforcement officers, affray and disorderly conduct.
The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrest made from September 6, 2016 to Sept 9, 2016.
Huriah Kareem Bledsoe, age 37, of Warner Robins, was arrested for a bench warrant.
Tabatha Murray, age 41, of Eastman, was arrested for probation violation.