Morning Reads — Thursday, May 6, 2021

Peaches Surrender your kid for quality (or any) care. Outsourcing our building management across the pond  Former Regent indicted  Kemp indicates he’ll sign bill to allow athletes to be paid  What’s really going on down in Georgia, according to The Hill.  The first Living Building  Preemptive gun legislation for Athens?  As supply trumps demand, rural

Rhetoric and Tweets Do Not A Fighter Make

Wouldn’t Yoda be proud of me? Yesterday was May 4th. As it happens, this post relates to Hollywood as well as Georgia politics.  Before reading this post I want you to watch a scene from Quintin Tarantino’s most recent film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I bet you’re wondering how Brad Pitt treating Bruce

Morning Reads for Cinco de Mayo (May 5)

Good morning and happy Cinco de Mayo, which, if you’re unaware (and an astounding number of Americans are), celebrates Mexico’s victory over France at the battle of Puebla in the Second French Intervention in Mexico. Essentially it boils down to France lying to Spain and Great Britain about its motives for attacking Mexico under the

Morning Reads for Monday, May 3, 2021

Happy Monday, friends! House explodes in north Georgia, killing 2 Mental health a challenge for Georgia college students, providers UGA academics fight climate change through Drawdown Georgia Other states pass Georgia in school choice Georgia restaurants can begin to apply for a much-needed financial boost Columbus, Georgia airport gets new flights to Texas, North Carolina

Morning Reads – Thursday, April 29, 2021

Peaches Judge admonishes DA for Facebook post during jury deliberations When will local redistricting happen in Georgia and how to be a redistricting watchdog Loeffler asks Georgia attorney general to investigate Raffensperger ‘Astounding’: Big-name Republicans are skipping a matchup against Warnock How Are Georgia Hospitals Dealing With Price Transparency Rule? Controversial high school football is

Morning Reads for Tuesday, April 27

Good morning! Spring is in full bloom, and the preliminary census numbers are in! At least part of why Kelly Loeffler lost the Senate runoff is because rural white Republicans stayed home on Runoff Day. The Stone Mountain Park CEO announced changes to how the Confederacy is commemorated at the Park — and why these