Morning Reads for Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Good morning! Yesterday was a big day in Georgia, but I remain positive that, with the power of the First Amendment at our backs, we are all remain free to worship how – and who – we choose.

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Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Saw Josh McKoon spent his day whining on Twitter about the governor’s veto. When did we start electing middle schoolers to the legislature?

I guess he can spend his time out of session to hang out with the Emory students and the Cobb yoga parents.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

McKoon, a Cruz supporter, seems to be modeling Cruz behavior in the Georgia General Assembly.

DAinGA
DAinGA

You mean the time he wasn’t in front of the camera being interviewed by local and national news, saying how it is now open season on Christians?

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

Yeah, you know that group that makes up 80%+ of Americans who somehow think they are a persecuted minority.

Noway2016
Noway2016

The ridiculous Cobb yoga kerfuffle made national news. Keep it up, Kennesaw parents!
But they can take their firearms to class.

Andrew C. Pope
Andrew C. Pope

Maybe if they did some yoga they wouldn’t be so uptight.

Saltycracker
Saltycracker

Just say Hi Y’all or Howdy in lieu of namaste and it will be all better.

Saltycracker
Saltycracker

There is not a lot of mention of the Welcome Home Viet Nam Vets ceremonies going on today and through the weekend around the state. Deals fault ?

Deal is under intense fire from vets that fought in the Republic of Viet Nam for his inclusion of those that served during the Vietnam Era. Doubt we will see demonstrations at Georgias National Cemetery, more likely a few will no show. Choose your side on this one too.

MattMD_actual
MattMD_actual

Haven’t they been home a while now? Are we still drawing down there as well?

Maybe we need to stop fighting mindless wars.

gcp
gcp

Interesting 11 Alive story on how Deal killed Peake’s first marijuana bill which would have allowed cultivation. Deal’s reasoning is because marijuana is a schedule one narcotic, we can’t cultivate it in Ga. Evidently he doesn’t know marijuana is already legal in several states. Peake’s second bill, which increased the number of treatable conditions, also failed.

http://www.11alive.com/news/governors-staff-bullies-legislator-to-kill-marijuana-cultivation/106627471

Saltycracker
Saltycracker

Marijuana in Ga: betcha the real holdup is related to our notorious and influential banking world. Figure out a way for state banks and credit unions to take their deposits without charter issues and all you have ever dreamed 0f on marijuana will come true.

Not to mention a flood of tax revenue.

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

That artist space in Santa Fe is cool! Especially the neon shanty town…would love to see it for real. Now…why would someone eat that nasty processed Kraft M&C stuff when it is so easy to make it yourself? For all you who think its beyond you… 1 box of macaroni (or if you want to really impress, you can use a box of the 3 color swirly looking pasta whose name escapes me currently) 1 stick of butter (for all you Paula Dean fans) 2 eggs and you grated cheder cheese blend of choice milk (half and half if you… Read more »

Ellynn
Ellynn

I never knew M&C was baked till I moved out of Wisconsin. Always from scratch cheese sauce (no eggs involved) made on the stove, poured over a huge bowl of cooked noodles that were not rinsed, mixed and spooned onto your dish while steaming hot.

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

Is it a southern thing to bake it? Thats the only way I’ve ever heard anyone make it (from scratch)…maybe its because you had better cheese in WI

ScottNAtlanta
ScottNAtlanta

…on a sadder note. Just heard that Patty Duke passed away. R.I.P.