COMMENTARY: By moving the annual All-Star Game out of Atlanta, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred whiffed, accepting an ideological caricature of Georgia’s election law by its opponents.
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Democrat Party will have control of both the White House and Congress.
The outcome in January’s Peach State runoff elections will determine which party controls the Senate.
Georgia’s governor Brian Kemp said Monday the state would appeal the court’s ruling, which could lead to a Supreme Court hearing of the case.
Ahmaud Arbery, a 25 year-old black man, was shot dead in Brunswick, Georgia, on February 23 by two white men who cited the state’s citizen arrest law in their confrontation with him.
Production companies have said they could consider moving production out of the state because of the new law.
On Oct. 5, Pope Francis gave a recap of his recent trip to Georgia and Azerbaijan, praising their faith and cultural roots.
The Holy Father’s visit concluded his three-nation papal tour of the Caucasus region of former Soviet republics. He visited Armenia in June.
The Holy Father said there is a ‘wickedness which today is done in the indoctrination of gender theory.’
Full text: The Holy Father discussed a wide variety of issues, including homosexuality, marriage and divorce, and the upcoming consistory of cardinals.