September 19, 2023 • Blog
As populist voices become louder, what does it mean for the future of the conservative movement in America?
July 12, 2023 • Blog
Georgia Freedom Series kicks off with author of “The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism”
The Georgia Public Policy Foundation kicks off the Georgia Freedom Series with author Matthew Continetti in September.
July 12, 2023 • Commentary
I wouldn’t blame you for not believing this story. I’d scarcely believe it myself if I hadn’t been there.
June 29, 2023 • Commentary
These topics need to be emphasized, not shunted aside. We have lost our sense of citizenship in this country.
May 26, 2023 • Commentary
The Henri-Chapelle American Cemetery and Memorial contains 7,992 American war dead.
April 26, 2023 • Commentary
The view from one of America’s secular temples eludes capture by the lay photographer.
November 11, 2022 • Commentary
Veterans have earned the respect of a grateful nation, and although they do not expect us to recognize their service, they appreciate it when we do.
June 20, 2022 • Blog
We are not all descendants of American slavery, but to be an American is to have inherited its legacy, and its lessons.
March 11, 2022 • Commentary
Georgia Public Policy Foundation Branches Out Into Investigative Journalism, Here is How You Can Help
Traditional methods of journalism are not as traditional as they once were. Georgia Policy is here to change the paradigm.
December 31, 2021 • Blog
After nearly 19 years as VP and resident Jiminy Cricket, December 31, 2021, is my last day with the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
October 14, 2021 • Blog
Butch Miller got in trouble this past week for saying what a lot of Georgians believe.
July 30, 2021 • Commentary
On September 16, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation celebrates 30 years of “Changing Georgia Policy, Changing Georgians’ Lives.”
July 2, 2021 • Commentary
On July 4, 1960, teenager Robert (Bob) G. Heft sat in a swivel chair next to President Dwight D. Eisenhower and asked, “How do you like your job?” as they […]
June 25, 2021 • Commentary
Imagine you make a donation to a nonprofit organization that inspired you enough to want to support their good work. Now, imagine this gift became public information. For most people, […]
June 18, 2021 • Commentary
In the 1860s, news traveled slowly. There was no Twitter, no 24-hour cable news, no talk radio. For many enslaved people on the Western Frontier, news of their emancipation arrived […]
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