Archibald Kielly is teaching POLS 1101, “American Government,” on the Dahlonega and Gainesville campuses this semester. He has lined up an impressive array of speakers and invited other members of the UNG community to attend.

Akeel Hanano, a Palestinian/Syrian former pilot and currently a businessman, presented what he called the common Arab man’s take on what is happening in Syria/Iraq, the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, and the U. S. incursions in the Middle East. Approximately 175 students attended.
Arturo Corso, an immigration lawyer and supporter of undocumented workers, gave a passionate argument supporting the 11 million immigrants now in the United States. Approximately 100 students attended.
D.A. King, director of the Inman Society, an organization supporting closed borders, spoke about the need to enforce immigration laws. Approximately 100 students attended.
Felix Rodriguez, a former CIA agent who was instrumental in the capture of Che Guevara and other Communist guerrilla leaders, discussed the capture of Che and current national and international politics. Over 200 students attended.
Steven Gibbs, main pastor of a large Georgia church, spoke about Thomas Jefferson’s letter to the Danbury Baptist Association in 1802, in which Jefferson discussed the First Amendment to the United States Constitution
Michelle Nunn, 2014 Democrat nominee for the U.S. Senate, will speak on current national and international political issues and her new job as president and CEO of the CARE.