Watchdog reports on taxpayer-funded broadband initiatives.
We did NOT misrepresent the facts on Peachtree City's government broadband plan.
Yes, we offer 30,000-foot policy proposals, but we also have “boots on the ground.”
Hundreds of liberty-minded activists from around the world were gathered for the Atlas Network’s Liberty Forum.
Heartland Institute interviews Kelly McCutchen on Peachtree City's taxpayer-funded broadband.
Twenty-one states now have Right-to-Try laws.
Economic opportunity still lags the nation in Georgia.
A think tank from Benita Dodd's native country is in the running for the Atlas Network's prestigious Templeton Award.
Dodd-Frank has slowed economic recovery, raised prices, reduced choice and eliminated access to the financial mainstream for American families.
Writing in the AJC, Benita Dodd seeks more protection for citizens in civil asset forfeiture.
It's time to redouble reform efforts in civil asset forfeiture.
The first mayor of Sandy Springs was a tenacious lady.
As Sunshine Week approaches, the need for government transparency is clear.
The Foundation shares its Top 10 of 2014! What were YOUR favorites?
Seizing the property of individuals who have not been convicted, let alone indicted, is a travesty of justice
Georgia already has its sights set on the next strategy after completion of the Savannah River Harbor Project. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.
Foundation Vice President Benita Dodd recently recorded three programs of "This Week in Blairsville" with WJRB radio host Patrick Malone. Click to listen!