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Savannah is a sleepy Georgia town renowned for its majestic trees, historic squares, and as the setting for the wildly popular novel Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. What Savannah isn’t known for, however, are long periods of snow, major movie star visits, or plane crashes — all of which have happened this…

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The Atlanta Hawks recently teamed up with Crown Royal to honor 60 veterans and active members of the military. Entitled Crowning Courage, the event featured a private ceremony where veterans were treated to a toast following an eye-opening discussion between Sgt. Wesley Hillis (US Marine Corps) and Stephen Wilson (director of Whisky Engagement for Crown Royal).…

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President Donald Trump announced a major policy decision that may affect thousands of current military personnel on Twitter. In a series of tweets, Trump has banned transgender military personnel from serving in all branches of the military. The tweets read: “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States…

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Late Thursday evening, President Donald Trump ordered a missile strike on a military airfield in Syria. The move comes after the authoritarian regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was accused of using the deadly nerve gas sarin on civilians in Idlib Province. The attack resulted in more than 100 deaths and even more hospitalized, many…

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Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson (D) represents a cross section of voters in the diverse 4th Congressional district.   He has held office since 2007 and sits on the US Judiciary Committee on Armed Services and the Committee of the Judiciary. In fiscal year 2016, the US Department of Defense will spend almost $507 million on advertising…

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Reese Brown has been known for his very distinct voice most of his life. His dream of using his gift has finally come to life. What is your title and job description? I am a public affairs specialist who is also the official announcer and broadcaster for an organization within the Department of Defense. As…

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There is major breaking news concerning the grand jury verdict for officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown this past August in Ferguson,Missouri. Media sources are reporting that the verdict is secretly scheduled for this upcoming weekend, more than likely on Friday around 6 p.m. after all schools are clear. This…

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Tell the truth: even those who supported the Democratic ticket were surprised that incumbent President Barack Obama won some of the states that he did. But it blew many people’s minds that Obama won both Michigan and Massachussetts, which are Mitt Romney’s birthplace and the state where he was governor — and he lost Massachussetts…

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President Obama has joined the head of the U.S. Department of Justice, Eric Holder in taking an active role in battling those states that are suddenly changing decades-old and centuries-old voting laws for this year’s election. The 44th president of the United States is suing the state of Ohio over changing election laws for the…

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When it comes to black soldiers and blacks in the military, Dr. Martin Luther King may have said it best, “We all have a responsibility to the country we call home.” In a time when politicians  are referred to as “politricksters’ and most of the country is suspicious  of government, Memorial Day allows Americans an…

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