I’d asked around to see if someone had video of the full speech that Herman Cain gave this past weekend at the Georgia State Republican Party Convention in Macon. Thanks to Omega Six for finding it: Isn’t it time you joined the online grassroots army at Citizens for Cain?
Who is that muscular giant with tattooed arms shaking hands with Herman Cain? That’s my cousin Brian Buchanan, who lives near Atlanta and — last time I talked to him — was working as a nightclub bouncer. He sent me that photo by Facebook and told me that he took our cousin Pepper Ellis-Hagebak to […]
Isn’t climate change wonderful? A strong storm system churning its way through the desert Southwest early Thursday will bring metro Atlanta a good chance for a white Christmas, with accumulating snow possible as far south as the Columbus and Macon areas, forecasters said. . . . “Across the north Georgia mountains, the precipitation should fall […]
Our longtime blog buddy is now a front-page contributor to Peach Pundit, the premier Georgia politics blog. She celebrates by throwing out the five-dollar word “praxeum” (an inside joke for Star Wars geeks, it seems) because she’s now the William F. Buckley Jr. of Georgia bloggers or something. Congratulations, Ginny!
VIDALIA, Ga. — The brilliant young New Media prodigy discusses the strategy of Ray McKinney’s grassroots campaign for Congress: Yeah, Ali owes me beers for calling him a “brilliant young New Media prodigy.” Or else he could suggest you hit the tip jar.
While I was covering Ray McKinney’s campaign Saturday evening, I also managed to get some photos of locals dressed up for the occasion. Indiana Mom and the Rugrats of Doom. Undead Elvis has lost a few pounds.
VIDALIA, Ga. — I’m here at Ray McKinney for Congress headquarters in the “Sweet Onion City,” and wanted to give you a quick campaign update. Here’s Ray in front of headquarters on Main Street. The Raymobile. It’s like the Batmobile, except for the bumper sticker on the back: “This vehicle does not brake for Blue Dogs.” […]
Video version of a radio ad now running in Georgia’s 12th District: How scared is John Barrow? He spent $1.3 million on his re-election campaign through Sept. 30. RAY McKINNEY for U.S. CONGRESS UPDATE: Just got off the phone with a source in Georgia. We’re now in the post-Oct. 15 period when campaigns must report […]« go back — keep looking »