Friday on Political Rewind, Dr. Emerson Baker talks about the history of witch hunts in America and the political witch hunts of today.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As the war in Ukraine continues, it's more than military aid that the people of Ukraine need. Bill Nigut speaks with Emory Morsberger, the Atlanta man who's been working to get humanitarian aid to the nation.
Monday on Political Rewind: David Perdue doubled down on the false claims of 2020 election fraud on the debate stage. His opponent, incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp, accused Perdue of being a proven loser. Meanwhile, immigration emerges as a top issue for Republicans this year.
Longtime state Rep. Calvin Smyre talks about his journey from a young leader of a grassroots organization to a House leader.
Senators honored retiring Senate Rules Chairman Jeff Mullis (R-Chickamauga).
Monday on Political Rewind: Former Sen. David Perdue says he plans to lay out a campaign agenda that talks about his vision of Georgia’s future, but late last week he took a step underlining his plan to continue making the 2020 election a major issue.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The United States Supreme Court takes up one of its most significant cases in decades today: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Our panel discussed at the arguments on both sides of the case and take a deep dive into the history of abortion rights before and after Roe v. Wade.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We spoke with a panel of mayors from across Georgia to take the temperature of each of their communities. What are the key issues they are confronting as 2021 comes to an end?
Tuesday on Political Rewind: We remembered the life and political career of Georgian and former Sen. Max Cleland. In redistricting news, Republican legislative leaders are facing pushback from some GOP voters who say they’re being denied the right to elect candidates of their own choice as proposed redistricting maps surface.
Friday on Political Rewind: Kasim Reed conceded in the race for mayor of Atlanta. The Nov. 30 runoff will see City Council President Felicia Moore face councilman Andre Dickens. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp and other Republicans on the 2022 ballot moved quickly to trumpet anti-Biden messaging that led to an upset GOP victory in the Virginia governor’s race.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The race for mayor of Atlanta is headed for a runoff. City Council president Felicia Moore secured her spot easily. But the second place spot, and a ticket to the runoffs, was still up for grabs as the sun rose on Wednesday morning.
Friday on Political Rewind: Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan is viewed as an outsider by many in his own party. In his new book, GOP 2.0, Duncan recalls the journey he took to becoming a pariah within the GOP and urges for a new direction forward for the Republican Party.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The latest developments in the fight against COVID-19. In Georgia and across the nation, confirmed cases of the virus have dropped off. However, uncertainty remains if the winter months will bring back another surge as people spend more time indoors to escape the cold.
Friday on Political Rewind: Guest host Tamar Hallerman led discussion on the trial of the three men charged with murder in the shooting of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery. Nationwide attention turned to Brunswick, Ga., this week as the trial began. Attorneys have spent the past couple days questioning a long list of potential jurors about their views on the case.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: State Republican legislators released a first draft of Georgia's new congressional districts. Also, a new federal effort aims to protect thousands of residents brought to the United States at a young age. President Joe Biden is facing fire from both sides of the aisle for what critics say has been the inhumane treatment of Haitian immigrants at the southern border.