A lot has been made over Sergio Garcia finally winning the green jacket as Masters Champion. Often falling apart in the final stretch, Garcia became the subject of a lot of jokes and derision among golf fans.
By John Berry, CEO, St. Vincent de Paul Georgia Last week Mero Atlanta was shaken by the fire and collapse of a significant portion of Interstate 85. Thankfully no one was hurt or injured; but the routines of thousands of […]
When are we, as a nation, going to acknowledge that it is harder to build than to tear down? That solutions come from cooperation from all impacted parties working together? Maybe now is the time.
The fact that this EITC is being considered along with a change to the tax rates in Georgia to a flat rate is problematic. It is a fixable problem, but one that has to be specifically addressed.
This year, there are two bills that have been introduced to create a form of an Earned Income Tax Credit in Georgia. This is a good thing for Georgia. Why you might ask?
If you were to Google the phrase ‘refugee stories’ you would get over 10 million links to stories of all kinds. Many, given recent history, would be about Syria. Many would be about the current Executive Order issue. Some you […]
I must admit that these past few weeks and months have been full of enough change and drama to last me a lifetime. I am finding it hard to maintain my perspective in a world full of crazy.