K.I.N.G.S. at Morehouse
Had the pleasure of joining the young men of K.I.N.G.S of Pointe South Middle School at Morehouse College. It is important to me that our youth get the exposure that is most needed. I am glad to show young men from my neighborhood the institution I call my alma mater, because not too long ago I was where they are now. I hope that each young man has the opportunity to advance their knowledge and live a life of value and promise. If anyone of them turn out just as good as me, t
HB 821: Clayton Schools Could Lose $18 Million.
Things could get worse for Clayton County... The room was congested with legislative personal from aides to reporters, politicians and advocates. The odor was filled with the scent of stuffy suites and perfumes that gave it the type of stench reminiscent of fowl play and corruption. Even the walls were cluttered like mosaics leaving standing room only. The Way and Means committee of Georgia’s House of Representatives conducted their afternoon meeting with a prejudice towards
Georgia’s solar-powered PSC candidate meets with Clayton County Democrats
Courtesy of Brambleman.com Thursday evening, John Noel took a short trip to Clayton County and spoke to local Democrats, led by Clayton Board of Elections member Pat Pullar. In a spirited back and forth, he took more than a dozen questions about Georgia Power’s $25 billion Plant Vogtle, base charges, service charges, and deteriorating customer service especially in Georgia’s poorer/rural communities. There is a strong youth movement of politically involved and ambitious achie