Friday Facts: January 4, 2018

Telehealth, transparency, who’s moving where.

Friday Facts: December 28, 2018

Taxes, gas and gasoline and the Foundation’s top 10!

Friday Facts: December 21, 2018

Sharing economy, Health care, FIRST STEP Act

Friday Facts: December 14, 2018

It’s Friday! Quotes of  Note “Each of us can be happier, and America will start to heal, when we become the kind neighbors and generous friends we wish we had.” – Arthur Brooks “Federal power is increasingly based on the power of the purse and regulation. While the number of federal employees has not grown rapidly in recent years, the share of government spending controlled by the federal government – but often distributed through states and localities – has risen from 3 percent of GDP in 1900 to almost 22 … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: December 7, 2018

Health care policy, road diets and cause vs. correlation.

Friday Facts: November 30, 2018

A Giving Georgia!

Friday Facts: November 23, 2018

The 12 Days of Christmas and the feds’ final days of the the fiscal year.

Friday Facts: November 16, 2018

From Amazon to Health Care

Friday Facts: November 9, 2018

Election week.

Friday Facts: November 2, 2018

It’s Friday! Please support us today when you make an Amazon online purchase. Choose Georgia Public Policy Foundation as your beneficiary at Smile.Amazon and Amazon will send us a contribution equivalent to 5 percent of the cost of your purchase! Today only! Events November 8: Register for “Brew & Review,” an evening of pundits’ perspectives on the election outcome at 5 Seasons Westside. Hosted by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation on Thursday, November 8, at 7 p.m. (Networking begins at 6:30 p.m.) $10; light appetizers and the first beer are … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: October 26, 2018

Elections, education and economic opportunity.

Friday Facts: October 19, 2018

It’s Friday! Events November 8: Mark your calendar for “Brew & Review,” an evening of perspectives on the November 6 election outcome. Hosted by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation on Thursday, November 8, at 7 p.m. (Networking begins at 6:30 p.m.)  Details to follow. November 14: Mark your calendar for a noon Policy Briefing Luncheon tackling trade and how international trade impacts Georgia. Guest speakers are Griff Lynch, executive director of the Georgia Ports Authority, and Jay Neely, vice president of Law and Public Affairs for Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. Georgian Club. (Registration, networking … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: October 12, 2018

It’s Friday! Quotes of note “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” – Frederick Douglass “This is a free country, and people are free to believe anything they wish. But life in this country will grow steadily less free if fundamental elements of fairness, like the presumption of innocence, are simply jettisoned when an accusation is made by … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: October 5, 2018

It’s Friday! Quotes of note “The dignity and stability of government in all its branches, the morals of the people, and every blessing of society depend so much upon an upright and skillful administration of justice, that the judicial power ought to be distinct from both the legislative and executive, and independent upon both, that so it may be a check upon both, and both should be checks upon that.” – John Adams “Ultimately, faculty members have to remember that while our own research, service, and activism are important to … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: September 28, 2018

It’s Friday! Subscribe to the Friday Facts here. Support the Foundation and its mission here. Quotes of note “The ordaining of laws in favor of one part of the nation, to the prejudice and oppression of another, is certainly the most erroneous and mistaken policy. An equal dispensation of protection, rights, privileges, and advantages, is what every part is entitled to, and ought to enjoy.” – Benjamin Franklin “As all procrastinators know, the longer you delay what you should be doing – and the closer to the deadline you let … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: September 21, 2018

Transit, Technology and 2018 Legislative Policy Forum Video!

Friday Facts: September 14, 2018

It’s Friday! Events September 21: “Rethinking American Highways,” a Policy Briefing Luncheon and Book Forum with Bob Poole, director of Transportation Policy at Reason Foundation. Among Poole’s policy papers that introduced new concepts into the U.S. transportation policy world (some finding a home in Georgia): Public-private toll concessions for highway projects HOT (high-occupancy/toll) lanes HOT/express toll networks Dedicated truck toll lanes Virtual exclusive busways Managed arterials. This event is 11:30 a.m. at the Georgian Club. $50. Register here; a limited number of Poole’s books are available to order at the … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: September 7, 2018

It’s Friday! Events We’re at the 2018 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum today. Are you? The daylong conference at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel features an exciting lineup of experts on state-focused reforms in criminal justice, health care, education and teacher pensions! Find out more in commentaries here and here or view the agenda here. September 21: “Rethinking American Highways,” a Policy Briefing Luncheon and Book Forum with Bob Poole, director of Transportation Policy at Reason Foundation. 11:30 a.m., Georgian Club. $50. Register here; a limited number of Poole’s books are … Continue Reading →

Friday Facts: August 31, 2018

Transit, tariffs and tolls.

Friday Facts: August 24, 2018

Shining a light on solar, rethinking transit, growing Georgia.