Monthly Archives: March 2021

“Third Parties” Score Court Victory in Georgia Ballot Access Case brought by Libertarians

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(APN) ATLANTA — “Third party” candidates, or what in Georgia law are called “political body” candidates, scored a major court victory on Monday, March 29, 2021, when U.S. District Court Judge Leigh Martin May ruled in favor of the Georgia Libertarian Party, Libertarian voters, and Libertarian candidates who argued that Georgia’s restrictive laws make it far too difficult for anyone […]

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Editorial: Facebook is Disney’s Ursula, Stealing Our Voice and Putting It in a Shell


    Image of Disney’s Ursula published for educational purposes pursuant to fair use doctrine.   (APN) ATLANTA — Remember Disney’s The Little Mermaid?  There was an evil sea monster named Ursula.   Ursula the sea monster convinces Ariel, the mermaid, to exchange her voice for legs to walk on land.  Ariel sings; and as she sings, her voice physically leaves her […]

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Councilwoman Winslow Insults Commenter on Hot Microphone

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(APN) ATLANTA — Atlanta’s longest-serving current Councilmember, Cleta Winslow (District 4) continued to demonstrate her contempt for members of the public, when late last year she was caught on a hot microphone insulting a woman making public comment.   During the November 10, 2020 City Utilities Committee Meeting, Councilwoman Winslow could be overheard sighing and making derogatory remarks as public […]

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NPU Secures Deep Affordability Option in Atlanta Housing Policy


(APN) ATLANTA — On Monday, March 15, 2021, the City Council of Atlanta approved City of Atlanta Ordinance 20-O-1729, requiring affordable housing to be included in new housing developments surrounding the Westside Park that is currently being developed.     Due to neighborhood advocacy, the policy–known as an “Inclusionary Zoning policy” (IZ)–expands the definition of affordability to include truly affordable, or […]

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State House Candidate Angela Moore Has History of Deception

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(APN) ATLANTA — Angela Moore, a candidate for State House of Representatives in the upcoming District 90 Special Election on Tuesday, March 09, 2021, has a history of deception, but she has advanced into a Run-off with former DeKalb County Commissioner Stan Watson (Super-District 7).   Angela Moore’s extraordinary works of fabrication include creating a fictitious campaign manager to avoid […]

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Appeal Sought as Judge Rules Records Act Excludes Penalties


(APN) ATLANTA — The accountability of city, county, school board, and state agency officials to respond to open records requests from Georgia citizens now hangs in the balance, as a major enforcement provision of the Georgia Open Records Act was found to be unavailable to Georgia citizens by a Fulton County Superior Court Judge, the Hon. Kelly Lee Ellerbe, in […]

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