June 13, 2024 • Commentary

Tort reform and Georgia’s judicial nightmare

In 2023, Georgia had the dubious honor of topping the American Tort Reform Association’s list of the country’s “Judicial Hellholes.”

June 5, 2024 • Blog

Confidence in the justice system needed

Every American ought to want our legal system to be operating at the highest possible level, with strong public confidence. That isn’t the case at this moment.

May 15, 2024 • Commentary

America needs a sane regulatory environment

Vogtle Units 3 and 4 are the first completely new nuclear reactors brought online in this country in more than three decades.

May 2, 2024 • Commentary

To impact change, look local

Instead of repeatedly pushing the rock up the hill that is the federal government, Kimberley Strassel urges us to think more locally.

December 27, 2023 • Blog

11 biggest stories of 2023

As we prepare to welcome in a new year, here is a review of our most read and most shared stories of 2023.

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?

October 4, 2023 • Blog

Protecting non-profit organizations from the IRS

Georgia Public Policy Foundation signed an amicus brief that defends the rights of Americans to support the causes they believe in without fear of harassment.