Good morning! I apologize for my extended absence. This past semester ended up being a whirligig at the end, and gosh am I ever glad to see summer semester here. Though, I did lose five student workers to graduation, which is wonderful, but carries a twinge of sadness with it. I’ll miss my girls! Yesterday,
Winners, all. No. Just No. No. No. No. The Tom Wolfe model, if you can swing it (don’t give up your day job). This fight has been a blast to watch. We are definitely in The Upside Down now. Everything is hackable. Another step backwards. We are in the best of hands. Really.
This week’s Courier Herald column: If you’ve been watching the stock market lately, you probably are getting frustrated with the pattern. What became a game for many during the pandemic – with phrases such as “stocks only go up” and “buy the dip” heard as rallying cries – has transitioned back to some cruel realities.
This week’s Courier Herald column: We’ve long since detached campaign rhetoric from reality. The activists that control each party instead demand candidates tell them what they want to hear. Voters tell ourselves it’s just talk. We know what they really mean. That’s the status quo, and most of us have made an uncomfortable peace with
Peaches Your voting payments — I mean tax refunds — will arrive this week. Josh Clark makes attempt to be relevant in US Senate race. Other Govs to stump for Kemp A record-setting verdict in case against off-road park Georgia Tech gives honorary degree to President of Federal Reserve Bank in ATL A change to
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has adopted the decision by Judge Charles R. Beaudrot that Marjorie Taylor-Greene is qualified as a candidate for Representative of Georgia’s 14th Congressional District. A challenge to her qualifications based on her actions and statements as a Congresswoman was issued by David Rowan, Donald Guyatt, Robert Rasbury, Ruth Demeter,
It’s official. Big news for east Georgia. Like to hike? Check these spots out… Biscuits. The way to someone’s/everyone’s hear. Especially mine. Bad idea. Did someone change the definition, because they only get worser and worser. The slow and painful death of higher ed continues apace. The tangled web of rancid spaghetti that is the
This week’s Courier Herald column: When the Supreme Court made law from the judicial branch in January of 1973, I was 3 years old. Let’s stipulate for the record that the men and women who remember times before Roe vs Wade are well into their AARP years. I am old enough to remember, however, when
Peaches Georgia association bans trans athletes from high school teams that match gender identity The empty podium Hice is like fishing in a barrel for CNN Stacey Abrams hauls in the cash How very on brand: Carr’s office to appeal decision in retrial of murder Asking for an absentee ballot is too burdensome Jimmy Carter
Yes. Everyone hated it. Faster, please. Mo’ and betta. Privacy is the best. So this happened this week. I should have bought popcorn futures! Possibly. But would you invite them for tea? SMOD. So close, but yet, so far away. Ronald Reagan was right. (This post bears reading at least once a week.) The Ministry