Stella Lohmann column
Stella Lohmann is a communications consultant and former broadcast journalist living in the Atlanta area. Her career is diversified in corporate communications and community affairs, where she received recognition from the IABC, Women in Communication, and ITVA professional associations for her work. An advisor to the Houston Business Daily, she blogs at

Katrina anniversary divides Isaac/GOP Convention audience
Stella Lohmann
August 29, 2012

August 28, 2012 — It's not Katrina, but Tropical Storm Isaac is causing concern as it barrels toward New Orleans landfall on Tuesday evening. Undoubtedly, . . .

Palin says Lt. Col. West her choice for VP
Stella Lohmann
March 3, 2012

March 3, 2012 — Former Governor Sarah Palin told Fox News today that if she were picking a Vice Presidential nominee to fill her ticket, it would be Lt. . . .

Tebow wasn't supposed to throw OT pass for 3:16 total yards in upset against NFL's leading defensive team, remember?
Stella Lohmann
January 10, 2012

Denver Broncos Rookie Quarterback Tim Tebow's first overtime playoff pass to Demaryius Thomas not only led an upset against the Pittsburgh Steelers — . . .

Jury decides: Who owns "Tea Party Patriots"--battle over IP, Trademark Rights
Stella Lohmann
November 11, 2011

A Cobb County jury holds the fate of who controls and owns the rights to the "Tea Party Patriots" name in a trial between two recognized figures within the two . . .

GA Republican asks POTUS debate question; Big government overreach into classroom?
Stella Lohmann
September 28, 2011

Atlanta, GA — "Education is a topic no one has been talking about in the many POTUS debates since August, so I got fed up!" says Stella Lohmann, a local . . .

Santorum exposes Perry on immigration; Cain reaps spoils, wins FL GOP straw poll
Stella Lohmann
September 27, 2011

Photos and story by Stella Lohmann Orlando, FL — The sun may shine bright deep in the heart of Texas, but it was Georgia native, Herman Cain, who . . .

First Lady launches childhood obesity initiative in Atlanta church
Stella Lohmann
February 7, 2011

Isn't abortion a greater danger to children than childhood obesity? But the killing of unborn babies won't cross First Lady Michelle Obama's lips when she . . .

Yesterday once more, nine years after 9/11
Stella Lohmann
September 10, 2010

Interview July 2009, New York, NY with former NYPD Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik Part Two: The Heroes of 9/11 . . .

The Constitution is 'primary,' vote patriots over popularity
Stella Lohmann
July 14, 2010

No matter which candidate, in any race, the choice is clear — the Constitution is primary! Primary time should be one to celebrate the privilege as citizens to . . .

Freedom Czars don't need Senate confirmation
Stella Lohmann
April 16, 2010

Tax Day Tea Parties require stamina, resolve and a good hat — to protect from the sunshine in Hotlanta, Georgia especially! So I wore my "Freedom Czar" hat, . . .

Tea Party movement: coming out of the 'Matrix'
Stella Lohmann
April 5, 2010

Remember the movie, "The Matrix"? Actor Keanu Reeves portrays Neo, a young man in search of answers to life's questions, but he does not know how nor where to . . .

The President has spoken; the GOP has responded; now it's time for the People!
Stella Lohmann
January 31, 2010

Atlanta, GA — On Tuesday, February 2nd leaders from eight nationally recognized conservative organizations, representing an estimated 17 million supporters, . . .

Brown could rock Obama's healthcare world and much more!
Stella Lohmann
January 18, 2010

President Barack Obama's agenda to 'remake' America may be derailed should Republican Scott Brown win in Tuesday's special election to fill the Senate seat once . . .

Thousand dollars a day price tag to allow Jesus in town square
Stella Lohmann
December 18, 2009

Atlanta, GA — Seventy five year old Doris Fowler has spent much of the last twelve years planning for Christmas year round. When it's humid in Hotlanta-Atlanta, . . .

Could JOBS Act Bill in Georgia hold answers for the nation?
Stella Lohmann
December 17, 2009

Atlanta, GA — Georgia Representative and candidate for U.S. Congressional District 9, Tom Graves believes he has an answer to the jobs crisis if he wins his . . .

Susan Boyle and Tiger Woods: The last shall be first and the first shall be last
Stella Lohmann
December 16, 2009

Which is stranger? To see the world-famous Tiger Woods admitting to a hidden lifestyle of adultery or witnessing Susan Boyle's swan like transformation to . . .

AFP's Phillips calls for respectful but firm protest tactics
Stella Lohmann
December 15, 2009

Washington, D.C. — Tim Phillips knows what it's like to have protesters physically challenge him and his views. Days ago he experienced angry protesters jumping . . .

Palin inspires "domestic engineer" with a PhD in "Mom" to run for Congress
Stella Lohmann
November 17, 2009

Patricia Sullivan is daring to go where many women would never have dared to go before Sarah Palin took center stage of the national political scene last year . . .

Tea Party Express pays tribute to veterans in Georgia
Stella Lohmann
November 11, 2009

Nov. 10, 2009 — Atlanta, GA The Tea Party Express rolled into Atlanta, GA last night, just one week after The Tea Patriots held a rally at the state capitol, . . .

Healthcare reform debate matures tea party movement
Stella Lohmann
November 8, 2009

At 11:07 PM EST Saturday night, the highly debated and emotionally charged HR 3962 Omnibus Health Care Reform Act passed the House along party lines 220 to 215. . . .

Rep. Michelle Bachmann's national Tea Party
Stella Lohmann
November 2, 2009

Representative Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) has mobilized a national Tea Party of her own with just one a few words with Sean Hannity on Fox News Friday night. . . .

What a national emergency proclamation means
Stella Lohmann
October 24, 2009

ALERT: Swine Flu Vaccine Makers Refuse According to Fox News, Obama signed a declaration late Friday night that allows medical treatment facilities to better . . .

Olympia Snowe is a great name
Stella Lohmann
October 8, 2009

Olympia Snowe is a great name — sounds majestic even grandiose. The Senior Senator from Maine may be small in stature but she's large in influence these days . . .

Before taking the H1N1 vaccine: Did you know?
Stella Lohmann
September 22, 2009

ALERT: Swine Flu Vaccine Makers Refuse The beginning of Fall signals the start of yet another flu season and millions of Americans will make the choice . . .

Protests images crown Twitter, Facebook, & blogs as the new media
Stella Lohmann
September 21, 2009

On 9/12 crowds descended upon Washington to the tune of 1.5 million protesters according to the National Park Service in Washington, D.C. Those who came from . . .

Chavez pulls plug on media resistance? Could talk radio in U.S. be next?
Stella Lohmann
September 19, 2009

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is clearly a dictator on the prowl. Russia is now peddling weapons to the South American country that has its eye on . . .

ACORN demise started on Facebook
Stella Lohmann
September 18, 2009

Halleluiah! The Association of Community Organizers (ACORN) is finally receiving the correct type of attention by Congress. Ignoring five YouTube videos . . .

9/12 protest march numbers and impact can't be dumbed-down
Stella Lohmann
September 15, 2009

For every person that converged in Washington for the 9/12 Protest March on DC Saturday, there were many more who attended local events around the nation. Those . . .

Bernard Kerik's courage under fire on 9/11 and today
Stella Lohmann
September 8, 2009

Eight years haven't erased horrific images and gut wrenching emotions of September 11, 2001 — the day the world stood still — the day 343 New York firemen, 23 . . .

Will Van Jones join Wright, Biden, Israel, Gates, and even Grandma under the bus!
Stella Lohmann
September 5, 2009

Bet the Van Jones uproar will force Obama to throw yet another colleague under the bus since he will have lost his luster and usefulness toward the Obama . . .

Is Bill Ayers the voice behind Obama's school speech to children on Tuesday?
Stella Lohmann
September 3, 2009

Since when does the Department of Education dictate curriculum, especially one promoting its boss? Next Tuesday class schedules and lesson plans will be usurped . . .

The undoing of 'as American as apple pie' Obama style: The White House closes doors on traditions
Stella Lohmann
August 30, 2009

It wasn't so long when the mention of God much less Gospel music was welcome in the White House, spoken freely and personally by the nation's President. No . . .

Can Ralph Reed do it again?
Stella Lohmann
August 23, 2009

"The young man who at 33 graced TIME's cover in 1995 as "The Right Hand of God" might appear there again, perhaps a decade from now, taking the oath of office . . .

Chiseling away at Obama health care
Stella Lohmann
August 17, 2009

The media went crazy when former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin called end-of-life counseling provisions 'death boards' but then behold, the item has been . . .

Shouting to be heard: Are the elderly being shut out?
Stella Lohmann
August 10, 2009

The golden years don't appear to be so precious when efforts to cut and even ration healthcare to the elderly are on the rise. Imagine working an entire . . .

Courage to expose the man behind the curtain
Stella Lohmann
August 6, 2009

Does this happen to you? Post a few videos or articles that are thought provoking, even controversial and or emotionally charged, and wait for the well meaning . . .

Standing watch over Ole Glory
Stella Lohmann
August 3, 2009

How much more do we have to hear about this monstrosity of a healthcare bill to get the message? In reality immediate action is basically exchanging symptoms of . . .

Palin's inner confidence drives political control-freaks mad!
Stella Lohmann
July 30, 2009

No one has stopped to really listen to what Sarah Palin said when she announced she would resign as Alaskan Governor at the end of this month. She said she was . . .

Obama-Gates saves face of healthcare legislation mutiny!
Stella Lohmann
July 27, 2009

Fans of the television series "24" may have noticed President Barack Obama caused more ruckus in one hour than Jack Bauer! His Wednesday press conference was . . .

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