Columns by D.A. King published in the Waycross Journal-Herald
State Senate rule allowing unrecorded votes should be changed, by D.A. King, Waycross Herald, January 4, 2017
Confusing, isn’t it? Here is an example: In 2015, the Georgia Senate killed an amendment aimed at ending the current practice of issuing drivers licenses to illegal aliens by holding an unrecorded, raise-your-hand-vote on whether or not to have an unrecorded raise-your-hand-vote. Unrecorded won. Illegal aliens won.
Kemp's videos show aliens how to vote, by D.A. King, Waycross Journal-Herald, October 20, 2016
To no one’s surprise, the leftists in the illegal alien lobby were quick to offer their gratitude and applause for Kemp’s progressiveness. Along with the ‘Asian Americans Advancing Justice,’ Jerry Gonzalez of the Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials Corp. (GALEO) immediately sent out his own press release.
“We hope this is the beginning of the Secretary of State’s Office offering more in-language voter education materials and continue to support Asian Americans, Latinos, and all People of Color as we carry on our fight for full access to participation in American Democracy.”
Conservatives lose again under the gold dome, by D.A. King, Waycross Journal Herald, April 28, 2016
That was restaurant-owner Senator Tommie Williams of South Georgia. Williams told the senate he wanted to protect his illegal alien sous chef.
'Help me, Dad' - Harper runs from hearing, by D.A. King, Waycross Journal Herald, February 13, 2016
Because of the lobbying power of Georgia business interests, the section of SB 6 that was intended to stop giving a drivers license to deferred action illegals has been modified to say that they can still drive legally, but the driving document given to them must be changed from looking almost exactly like the ones issued to Americans and legal immigrants. You know, the cards we use as ID when we vote. Or rent a car or truck. Or board an airliner. Or buy explosives.
- Mexican ID Threat To U.S., by D.A. King, Waycross Journal - Herald, January 25, 2006
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