Goessling's background as a small business owner provides 'real-world' experience with government regulation and taxation, and she brings practical, vigorous leadership to Southeastern Legal Foundation, one of the nation's leading public interest law firms founded in 1976. Goessling was appointed to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission, Georgia Advisory Committee in 2007. She appears regularly on national, state and regional media and panels. She is a cum laude graduate of Rollins College in Florida and received a J.D. from Emory University School of Law.
Bundy Cobb was threatened with criminal prosecution and refused to be allowed to vote because he was wearing a khaki hat with the logo NRA Instructor. Let that sink in for a minute.
How much is too much of a burden when it comes to being an American?
In late February, the United States Supreme Court will consider a case that invokes American history, constitutional meaning, and the realities of present-day voting in a large portion of our nation.
In the multi-party, multi-state legal challenges against the greenhouse gas/climate change regulations rushed into force by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA lawyers have taken a stunning, unprecedented line of attack.
The world community stepped away from the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa two short months ago with promises that all nations will submit to the climate control supremacy of the UN – by 2020.