By: Randy Evans
In 2010, Georgia voters again overwhelmingly voted for a one-party state. Republicans control the governorship, statewide offices, and have a veto-proof legislative majority in the Senate, and an almost veto-proof majority in the Georgia House. Republicans have controlled the governorship and the Georgia General Assembly since 2004.
In contrast, California voters also voted overwhelmingly for a one-party state. Democrats control the governorship, statewide offices, and have a veto-proof legislative majority in both houses of the California legislature.
By: Randy Evans
Earlier this year, Gov. Nathan Deal appointed Richard Hyde to the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission. He attended his first meeting as a Commissioner on April 18. Judges throughout Georgia took notice. Georgians should too.
DA King is Georgia’s foremost activist in opposition to illegal immigration and amnesty. Here he speaks about the forthcoming Senate bill created by “The Gang of Eight” with Marco Rubio as its popular spokesman. King strongly opposes the current rendition of the bill and spends 30 minutes explaining why to the Madison Forum audience at lunch on May 13, 2013.
Most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims—including 2.6 million in the US—are not terrorists. But, even if 99% of Muslims are peaceful, that means 16 million are potentially jihadist (or facilitators thereof), insofar as they take the Qur’an, hadiths, and Muhammad’s example literally.
Neither banning Muslim immigration nor revoking US citizenship is the answer to terrorism that is now both foreign and domestic. Rather, American law enforcement and intelligence should profile for increased Islamic religiosity, since there is a direct correlation between such and propensity to violence. Muslims should be welcome in the US—provided they can, first, prove their commitment to modernity and American civic values.
Dr. Timothy R. Furnish is a Woodstock, GA-based PhD in Islamic, World and African history who works as an author, analyst and consultant to the US military. His website is www.mahdiwatch.org.