Brian Williams and N...

In the network’s proud tradition of reporting news that never happened, NBC Nightly News reported in 2003, and again last week, that a helicopter in which anchor Brian Williams was a passenger, was hit by an RPG. In fact, it was a helicopter in which Williams wasn’t a passenger...

Veterans’ Day ...

Tuesday, November 11, 2014, will forever be remembered as the day that completely transformed the way Veterans’ Day is celebrated in Snellville, Georgia. At 7:00 pm more than 400 people gathered in front of the recently completed Snellville Veterans’ Memorial to honor our nation’s military...

Jason Carter- One Fe...

For reasons that are beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, the race for Georgia’s governor’s seat is said to be as tight as a penny-pincher’s grip on a dollar bill. Incumbent Nathan Deal is being challenged by current state senator Jason Carter. Carter’s biggest asset appears to be that...

Obamacare- Hitting O...

The desire to provide health insurance for every citizen is a noble one, but can only be achieved if people who can afford insurance pay the premiums for those who cannot. Consequently, it is an economic impossibility for Obamacare to be implemented without significant additional taxes plus...

Snellvile Election S...

Shortly after being sworn in as member of the Snellville City Council, I began writing “Council Confidential”, a section of the CutToThe-Chase.com blog devoted to City Council activities. “Council Confidential” posts are written to provide an insight into the process...

Troubled Waters, Bro...

Barring any unanticipated monsoons, hurricanes, tornadoes, civil unrest or legal entanglements, work will soon begin to repair the drainpipe and standpipe that will enable the restoration of Lower Johnson Lake. On Monday night, (8/12/13) the Snellville City Council unanimously approved a...