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The Week in Politics

KNOCK KNOCK Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. The most important thing we learned about politics last week is that, in Quitman, Georgia, it’s illegal for chickens to cross the road.   *** Get Lester & Charlie’s New Book Today! *** Advertisements

The Week in Politics

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. More evidence came in this week that guns are a man’s best friend. On June 12th, a man from the alternate universe known as Macon, Georgia was at a gas station when he decided he ought to holster … Continue reading

Why the Devil Can’t Go Down on Georgia

We all know that conservatives are obsessed with two things: Sex and the wisdom of the states! That’s why we keep ending up with such titillating local legislation. Down in Mississippi, it’s illegal to even talk about polygamy. Visiting Oklahoma? Don’t even think of having simulated animal sex in a bar. In Ohio, it’s illegal … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

The Week in Politics: Are We Safe Yet? The guy above is Georgia Rep. Jack Kingston, and while he looks like that amiable meteorologist on the 10 o’clock news who once gave you an autographed selfie at the Hair Club for Men, his forecast is a little stormy. Jack admitted this week to putting pressure … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

The Week in Politics: The Old Ball & Chain It must be getting hard to find jurors in DeKalb County, Georgia. To make it easier, the county put its juror questionnaire form online and made it all fancy, with pull-down and drop-down menus and auto-fills. Pretty savvy. But when one citizen got to the “list … Continue reading

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