Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr.

Police Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr. (ret.) is also our Editor in Chief.


Zena Crenshaw-Logal, J.D.

Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal is also our Editor at Large.


Mr. Ted Metz

Mr. Metz entered the US Navy after his first two years of college and traveled the world.  After returning, he spent many years working his way through College as an entrepreneur in the Satellite Telecommunications Industry. He studied Organic Chemistry at the University of Georgia and gained employment as a Scientist, heading the Research Division of a major consumer products corporation. After burning out on corporate culture, Metz fell back on his Risk Management and Insurance course work from Georgia State University and eventually retired from a career as an Insurance and Financial Professional; he built and ran an Insurance Agency. 

Now semi-retired, Metz is an Activist fighting to restore the Rule of Law and to stop the Corporate Takeover of the Government. He has been tirelessly engaged to affect people’s attitudes about Liberty and Self Determination with involvement in many groups and organizations  He was a 2018 candidate for Governor of Georgia, running for the state office as a Libertarian.  Metz is a Citizen Journalist and independent video content provider. He is regularly on location video recording and his work includes video production, editing and distribution.

What started as a past time, turned into a long-term avocation and revenue stream as Metz put his computer skills and love of creating into a website, photography, and graphics design business. 

Judge Paul L. Nally (ret.)

The Honorable Retired Judge Paul L. Nally is a life-long citizen of Bartow County, in the Pine Log community of Northwest Georgia.  He served in the U.S. military; as a county deputy; Chief of Police for the City of White, Georgia; and as Judge of the 827th Militia District. Nally is retired from the Georgia Department of Transportation.  He is regarded as among the foremost experts on U.S. state and federal grand juries.  Nally has written and spoke on the topic as well as related matters on many occasions.

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