Kimberly_Schwartz

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Southern girl and proud of it. Wife, mother, prosecuting attorney, political conservative, and home-based business owner; living and working in Central Georgia, USA. Dabbler in web design, photography, and mixed media. Still prefers reading and writing over math. Totally obsessed rubber stamper and scrapbooker. Shares several acres of easily-defensible farmland with husband, daughter, four dogs, and way too many cats.
Conservative titan Ted Cruz gave a rousing stump speech to a packed house at a campaign rally in Perry, Georgia yesterday.  Students of classical oratory would have appreciated (in between the shouting, sign-waving, and standing ovations) the structure of the speech as further evidence (if any were needed) of...
We've officially entered the silly season.  Random attacks are being thrown out with wild abandon, in the hopes that some of them will stick.  One such is a claim that's apparently gaining some traction within the home school community:  that Ted Cruz has sought, through legislation, to push a...
Politicians and pundits have a new Topic A.  They are all touting the need for a “national conversation” about police and race relations, with related memes such as the “overmilitarization of the police”, “police brutality” and so forth.   That’s all well and good, but there are a few points...
The vision of JFK vs the vision of socialist Obama.
We need to continue to kick the tires on the Romney bandwagon. On any of our candidates' bandwagons.
This is a real sign on Spring Street in Macon, Georgia.  Admittedly, I haven't found the time to do an in-depth investigation by going to the city license office to track down the business owner to ask...but a friend did actually call the number on the sign the other...
The newest IBOPE Zogby poll has Herman Cain leading the field of GOP presidential candidates, by a substantial margin.  He is at 28% percent, followed by Perry at 18% and Romney at 17%. The fine print is what interests me (emphasis mine): This poll was conducted after Perry's most recent subpar...
You’ve heard the old saw, oft-repeated, with variations, in many different contexts:  “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results."  It’s sometimes attributed to Albert Einstein, but I’ve never seen any documentation proving he actually said it.  It does appear in the book...