Tag Archive for Georgia

Playing With Fire #photography

I haven’t been spending a lot of time writing recently, but I have been taking a lot of pictures. Maybe I can fix my lack of writing by talking about photography. Over the past year, my favorite photographic subjects have been on fire …

… don’t worry, they were supposed to be on fire …

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Georgia and the so-called ‘Preservation of Religious Freedom Act’

To: Representative Tom Kirby (GA District 114) and Senator Bill Cowsert (GA District 46):

As my elected representatives, I am asking that you vote against the ‘Preservation of Religious Freedom Act’ currently under review by the House and Senate Judiciary Committees (HB 1023 and SB 377) if it comes to a general vote. These bills are similar to a bill recently voted on in Arizona. I believe these bills are in conflict with the Constitutions of the Unites States and the State of Georgia, which make them indefensible in a court of law. Read more

Election: Coroner Politics?

Yes, I voted this morning. I’m debating writing my pre-results discussion of what I think of each major party … or, in reality, why I disagree with all of them on serious levels and feel unhappy about the outcome no matter who wins.

Until I make that post, I’d like to talk about an elected position that should have no involvement in politics … the coroner.

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