April 17, 2024 • Blog

We aren’t building enough houses. Why?

Regulations limit home building by making it costlier and more time-consuming, and by requiring new homes to be larger and made with more expensive materials.


March 27, 2024 • Commentary

Georgia students now have a Promise

A brighter future awaits thousands of students who currently lack access to an education that meets their needs.








February 14, 2024 • Commentary

2024 legislative session hits midpoint this week

Georgia’s 2024 legislative session hits its midpoint this week. As usual, the second half will be far more active and intense than the first.




January 17, 2024 • Commentary

We have run out of ‘next years’

As House members re-evaluate their position, they should be mindful that the “us versus them” narrative opponents have crafted is utterly false.

January 10, 2024 • Blog

This “could” be a big legislative session

While every session of the General Assembly – like every election – is billed as consequential, this time the hype could be right.


December 28, 2023 • Blog

What we can learn from tradition

Every time you stream a song by Bing Crosby or the Ronettes, you’re re-counting the votes of those who came before you.



December 6, 2023 • Commentary

Time to redraw our economic future

States across the nation have been moving aggressively to position themselves as business-friendly through lower tax rates. Georgia needs to join them.


November 22, 2023 • Blog

Thankful to be a Georgian

Georgia’s history represents all that is tragic and triumphant in America’s story, with ample opportunity to learn from both.

November 15, 2023 • Blog

There is wisdom in the past

Americans are accustomed by now to hearing, and maybe even believing, that the stakes are higher than ever. But is it true this time?

November 8, 2023 • Blog

Jim Wooten: A beacon of light

Jim’s columns and editorials for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution were path lights for a conservative movement in Georgia.


October 25, 2023 • Commentary

Washington runs historically abnormal deficits

2023 was the third straight fiscal year that Washington has run historically abnormal deficits while Georgia ran historically abnormal surpluses.