Morning Reads for Friday, December 3, 2021

I’ll go first. Die Hard is a Christmas movie. Pass the popcorn. December comet viewing for fun and pleasure. Wouldn’t lunch with these three sisters be a trip? But Tech is supposed to be good and help us, right? Rats. Sinking ship. You know this story. Sadness. Live music is the best. Now we know

Morning Reads – Thursday, December 2, 2021

Peaches Georgia’s school boards association breaks with national group over Biden letter to investigate threats Residents boo Hall County commission during vote Georgia secretary of state spoke with January 6 committee about election lies Georgia sues DOJ for communications on election law to see if it was ‘colluding’ with liberal groups New report ranks Georgia

Stacey Abrams Running for GA Governor; Republican Governors Association Responds

I’m running for Governor because opportunity in our state shouldn’t be determined by zip code, background or access to power. #gapol Be a founding donor to my campaign:https://t.co/gk2lmBINfW pic.twitter.com/z14wUlo8ls — Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) December 1, 2021 As Stacey Abrams has thrown the proverbial hat back in the ring as a Democratic candidate for Governor, the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 30

Good morning! It’s Election Day for municipal runoffs in Atlanta, Warner Robins, Marietta, and in so many other cities throughout Georgia. Apologies for missing the past two Tuesdays. Last week, my only excuse is being away for Thanksgiving, leaving town moments after the gavel fell on Sine Die (Tiny Die?). Week before that, we had

Do Georgia’s Senators Side With Unions Or Georgia’s Workers?

This week’s Courier Herald column: A few months ago I wrote a column suggesting that it was time to accept electric vehicles as mainstream.  Too many, mostly from conservative political circles, associate the advancement in technology with overreaching political agendas. The two concepts can and should be treated separately.  Adapting to new technologies and incorporating