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Mixed Feelings About Atlanta; From an Urban Nerd Perspective

by Christopher Kendalls in Issues, January 31, 2015

Impressions of Atlanta, from an outsider.

Hayes High Security Prison

by Ruby Hawk in Crime, October 17, 2014

Prisons are dangerous places to work.

Georgia Will Help Russia in Security Providing During Sochi Olympiad

by InetWanderer in Issues, January 8, 2014

Georgian government announced its interest in successful organization of the Olympic Games and willingness to help Russia with security problems. But only Georgian athletes will go to Sochi, representatives of the authorities still boycott all Olympic events.

Fall Yellows and Reds

by Tulan in People, October 6, 2013

Don’t you enjoy these cool days of fall? It’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy nature before the cold days of winter.

The Chasm Krubera-voronya, The World’s Deepest Cave, More Than Two Miles Deep

by nimrita111 in Issues, September 6, 2013

This is the chasm in which it is trapped Jesus Calleja.

August 2008: Five Years Since The Five Day War

by Vanity Press News in Issues, August 20, 2013

August 2008: Five Years since the Five Day War.

No Freedom to Love, Honor and Cherish – Marital Segregation – Miscegenation”

by Poetic330 in Philosophy, August 17, 2013

Essay on a case of Miscegenation which was a ruling that removed the equal protection provisions of the Fourteenth Amendment. Miscegenation is a term that implies disapproval of ‘interracial or cross-cultural’ marriages, which was established due to racial differences. Essay on Mildred Delores Jeter Loving and Richard Perry Loving.

Usher Despite The Accident, The Court Decides Pool Children Stay with The Singer

by hayakhan in Relationships, August 11, 2013

R & B star Usher (34) retains custody of his two sons, Usher Raymond V (5) and Navivyd Ely (4). A judge in the U.S. state of Georgia on Friday rejected a request from Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Foster Raymond (42) for a change of custody, reports the U.S. magazine "People".

Governor Deal and Medicaid

by Ruby Hawk in Politics, August 1, 2013

Doctors and hospitals pass on the cost of the uninsured to taxpayers, so why doesn’t Governor Deal extend medical coverage to the thousnds of Georgians who cannot afford health insurance? Federal funds will pay at least 90 percent of coverage.

Teens Against Texting While Driving

by Ruby Hawk in Issues, April 14, 2013

21 teenagers from around the state of Georgia are members of the Georgia Commission on Teen Driving. They hope to get enforceable laws passed that will prevent kids from texting while driving. More kids are killed while texting and driving than from any other cause.

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