Political Vine: The Insider's Source on Georgia Politics

Political Vine: The Insider's Source on Georgia Politics

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How much of a slimebag lawyer is AG Sam Olens?

politicalvine, Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Sam Olens tries to silence opposition by having him disbarred “Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens conceded in pleadings filed in federal court that there was never any basis for his request to have a duly licensed attorney barred from practicing in Georgia or pursuing claims against the Attorney General. “In July of 2016, Georgia Attorney […]

GeorgiaWatchdogs.com to address RICO Hearing concerning AG Sam Olens

PV, Saturday, September 20th, 2014

IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACTS: Sabrina Smith – 770-572-5888 | SabrinaWorks247@hotmail.com John Hunter – 770-492-4298 | Info@GeorgiaWatchdogs.com MEDIA ADVISORY PRESS CONFERENCE: RICO Lawsuits Against Georgia Attorney General WHO: Georgia Watchdogs, a diverse group committed to providing a non-partisan resource for Georgia residents who want to learn more about their public officials and government agencies. WHAT: Press […]

Will Georgia’s Corrupt AG Olens and Corrupt Board of Regents Be Brought To Justice?

PV, Thursday, September 18th, 2014

This coming Monday (September 22nd), a hearing will take place at 9:30 AM in Room 7220 of the DeKalb County Courthouse (deets below). This hearing before Judge Daniel M. Coursey, Jr. will be about the multiple lawsuit(s) filed against the Attorney General of Georgia (“Sam Olens”), and the holier-than-thou, exalted organization referred to as the […]

21 Year-Old+ College Students Have A Right to Self Defense

Bill Simon, Friday, January 17th, 2014

Are you familiar with the expression “comparing apples to oranges?” (If not, phone a friend.) Because, the arguments I’ve heard regarding the pro-side for allowing students to carry concealed guns on campus to defend themselves, and the anti-side to this right are, literally, apples and oranges. I am shocked and dismayed to learn that legislators […]

The Law of Bribes to Influence Government Officials

Bill Simon, Saturday, June 9th, 2012

Prologue If you have not heard about the recent case of Gwinnett County Commissioner Shirley Lasseter getting caught trading votes for money, click that link and read up on it. I’m not interested in discussing that case. I’m going to discuss the bribery that goes on in every county commission, in every government office in […]

Addendum: AG, Board of Regents & HB 397

PV, Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

To: Mr. Sam Olens, Attorney General So, Mr. Olens, we’re kinda, sorta puzzled about what it is you think your role is as Attorney General of Georgia, and how you actually promulgate your duties in real life: 1) You bring forth new legislation that causes news organizations up and down this state to swoon and […]

Board of Regents & HB 397 Alert Memo

PV, Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

MEMORANDUM To: Mr. Sam Olens, Attorney General Sir, you are familiar with the Georgia Constitution, correct? The one you swore an oath to uphold when you became a licensed attorney in Georgia? Specifically, we’d like to point you to this section: Article 1, Section 1, Paragraph X states the following: “No bill of attainder, ex […]







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