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Scott Centorino is a senior fellow at the Foundation for Government Accountability.
by | Jul 20, 2021

When the Texas Legislature took up an election integrity bill that mostly restored the pre-pandemic status quo, Democratic legislators fled the state to deny a quorum. When Georgia passed a bill with modest election integrity reforms supported by a majority…

by | Mar 30, 2021

In every heist movie, there’s an “Aha!” moment. Think thieves disguised as SWAT team members escaping the casino in Ocean’s Eleven. Or watercolor paint washing away in The Thomas Crown Affair. The curtain rises, the misdirection reveals itself, and the audience…

by and | Dec 11, 2020

With the U.S. Senate majority at stake in its two runoff elections, Georgia is on America’s mind right now. And with the pandemic affecting all Americans, setting the record straight on health care couldn’t be more important. Sen. Kelly Loeffler…

by | Nov 28, 2020

“It’s only money.” When you book a non-refundable boat rental to go fishing — and then the forecasted “sunny day” turns into torrential thunderstorms, these are the words your mind struggles to find. We clench our jaws, mutter under our…

by | Oct 2, 2020

Death, taxes, and surprise medical bills. The arrival of all three is certain — a moment both definite and dismal to mark the closure of otherwise totally uncertain experiences. And as we wait, whatever the cost and whatever the pain,…

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