Austin Rhodes

Protecting Your Right to Say No

Protecting Your Right to Say No

At this moment in the State of Georgia, as a business owner and a private citizen, you have the right to say “no” to just about anything. For a few more minutes, anyway. I am going to put aside the specifics of Georgia’s recently vetoed Religious Liberty Bill (HB 757), also known as the Free Exercise […]

Months-Long Feud Led to Deadly Riot

Months-Long Feud Led to Deadly Riot

The conflicts that led to last Friday’s deadly riot in South Augusta had been brewing for months, and were centered around the amorous activities of one particularly defiant teenage girl. Investigators and officials close to the case tell me the Glenn Hills High School student apparently generated a massive amount of ill will and conflict […]

Open Primaries Are Insane

Open Primaries Are Insane

If the 2016 primary season has brought us one lesson, it is that for the sake of the integrity of the American political system, the major political parties must close their primary elections. I have no idea how Donald Trump is going to finish out his run for the Republican presidential nomination, but if he […]