Morning Reads – Thursday, August 1, 2019

Good morning & happy Thursday!
Did you know…that today is the 229th anniversary of the completion of the first US Census, which included 17 states and counted just over 3.9 million people. It’s also the 126th anniversary of the patent for shredded wheat.

Peaches

Jimmy Carter

Sweet Tea

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Benevolus
Benevolus

Puale Deen is still alive (it’s pretty long, I admit I haven’t finished reading it, but it seems funny):
https://medium.com/matter/strike-paula-deen-down-and-she-shall-become-more-powerful-than-you-can-possibly-imagine-6c6fbda4bde4

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Kemp as a Trumper thought Georgia would receive a waiver to cherry-pick Obamacare, but destroying it and its protections is more important to the GOP. “A lawsuit winding through the courts could overturn Obamacare and cause millions of people to lose their health insurance, but Senate Republicans say there is nothing to worry about because Congress will come to the rescue.” BuzzFeed interviewed “over a dozen Republican senators,” and most of them said they think the GOP will pass a healthcare bill in an election year if the federal courts strike Obamacare. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/paulmcleod/obamacare-lawsuit-2020-election The GOP after all passed a trillion… Read more »

xdog
xdog

I predict the secret plan will allow people to go out of state to buy the same inadequate and over-priced policies they can buy instate.

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

That’s what’s to be expected from the GOP—Health insurance at the lowest standard allowed by any one state.

chamblee54
chamblee54

The link for the “most visited tourist attraction” sends you to a bloomberg article about abortion and the movie industry.

armanidog
armanidog

Interesting discussion yesterday on Fox Business Network.
“China sees Trump as a weak president: Michael Pillsbury”

Dave Bearse
Dave Bearse

Is “weak” one of those translation things, i.e. the lack of an English word combining narcissist and dotard.