Biden/Abrams in 2020?

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign advisors are reportedly debating adding Stacey Abrams to the ticket… part of his official campaign announcement. A very speculative post from Axios’ Mike Allen says Biden’s position on Abrams couldn’t be discerned (that’s probably important to the process). But the report lays out several puzzle pieces that show why

Secs. Rick Perry and Sonny Perdue to Visit Waynesboro Friday

From a media advisory from Georgia Power: U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry will join U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue; Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp; Southern Company Chairman, President and CEO Tom Fanning; Georgia Power Chairman, President and CEO Paul Bowers; and Sean McGarvey, President, North America’s Building Trades Unions on Friday, March 22, to

V.P. Pence to Visit Georgia Tomorrow

Sen. David Perdue’s office states that he plans to join Vice President Mike Pence when the Vice President travels to Atlanta tomorrow. A press release states that the “Vice President will visit the Atlanta ICE Field Office to receive a briefing about the work of the local ICE agents and the broader mission of border

Isakson Will “Whip” Trump Over McCain Smears

A.B. Stoddard at The Bulwark reports that later today, Senator Johnny Isakson will make good on his word that anyone who attacks the late Senator John McCain deserves “a whipping.” What makes it interesting is that said person is President Donald Trump. “I just want to lay it on the line, that the country deserves

Don’t Blame Racism For Gwinnett’s MARTA Vote

The wailing and gnashing of teeth about the MARTA vote in Gwinnett has begun. Almost everyone is starting the critique with accusations of lingering racism driving anti-transit sentiment. Almost everyone is wrong. The MARTA vote lost in large part because of a revolt among black taxpayers in southeastern Gwinnett around Snellville. These voters — who

Morning Reads for Wednesday, March 20, 2019

So it’s the day after… here’s a breakdown of some of the votes from yesterday: Skidaway and MARTA in Gwinnett (guess they didn’t think it was too “great”).You can now drink earlier in three Gwinnett cities… Question… who buys a house that backs up to 400 and doesn’t expect it to get any wider? El