Who will lead the Cobb GOP into the future?

Cobb County Republicans are on the cusp of electing new leadership. Will that be new leadership or will the current leadership continue? Most will read and think this decision of little import, but not much could be further from the truth. If you are a member of a republican democracy, acting locally is the most important thing you can do. … [Read more...]

Change in GA Constitution Will Empower Unelecteds in Education

The Northwest Georgia 912 Project, with Jack Staver, was pleased to have Angela Bean speak at their meeting on November 5, 2015. Angela reviewed research by Dr. Mary Kay Bacallao on what's happening in our educational system and how it is being destroyed by an ever-encroaching global agenda and unelected government bureaucracies. The 2016 Georgia … [Read more...]

Revised Sign Ordinance in Cherokee Violates Free Speech

Cherokee County Republican Party Chair, Rick Davies, spoke to a very engaged crowd at Jack Staver's Northwest Georgia 912 Project on November 5, 2015. Rick explained what's happening in Cherokee County with a revised sign ordinance that restricts when signs can be put out and of particular concern is that it does not distinguish between public … [Read more...]

Alex Johnson Ramps up the GRA

Alex Johnson of the Georgia Republican Assembly (GRA), also known as "The Republican Wing" of the Republican Party gave an energized speech to a full house at the Northwest Georgia 912 Project meeting on November 5, 2015 where he discussed how the political system works now and how Georgians can reignite the true Republican … [Read more...]

Byrne v. Weatherford NAACP Candidate Forum

  Mrs. Deane Bonner, President NAACP Cobb branch, and Mr. Doc Holiday, Moderator, at last week's NAACP Candidate Forum for Cobb Commission District 1. Following are the questions and answers. Do you believe the Braves stadium bond should be secured by the full faith and credit of the Citizens of Cobb County? NAACP Forum: … [Read more...]

Data at Work: Facebook’s Dr. Mengele?

Facebook is headed down a rat hole, it seems, in both a figurative and literal sense. The revelations that it has conducted psychological experiments on its, nominally willing inmates, leads one to wonder if, like an earlier mad scientist, they have lost touch with their humanity. These behavioral experiments were done in the absence of consent and … [Read more...]

Data at Work : Dave Brat’s $1,000 Earthquake

[Editors Note: Thanks to Rob Cunningham for bringing Steve Adler and his work to the attention of Deciding The Vote. Steve’s work was instrumental in ushering in a new age in American political strategy. Deciding The Vote was instituted to bring to the engaged citizen, and to the aspiring political mind, fact and opinion relevant to a changing … [Read more...]

Byrne delivers clear message

Bill Byrne spoke at the Georgia Tea Party meeting at the Marietta Museum of History this past Monday (June 16) as he continues what seems an inexorable win in the District 1 Commissioner race in Cobb. Despite his deep experience in Cobb County government and politics, and the countless speaking engagements that are required to gain that experience, … [Read more...]

Barr & Loudermilk at KSU District 11 Runoff Debate

Bob Barr and Barry Loudermilk at the Kennesaw State University Debate last Saturday, June 14. … [Read more...]

CGT Cobb Commission Forum District 1 & 3

Dr. Ben Williams, an organizer for Citizens for Governmental Transparency (CGT), moderates the last forum for Cobb County Commission District 1 and District 3 before the May 20th Primary. District 1 candidates in attendance were Derrick Crump, Glenn Melson, Scott Tucker, and Bill Byrne. DISTRICT 1 FORUM DISTRICT 3 FORUM District 3 … [Read more...]