September 4, 2019 7:13 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads – Wednesday, September 4, 2019 Morning Reads – Wednesday, September 4, 2019 By TheDeepDark Politics 9 Comments We said this yesterday… There is a hurricane coming. Please evacuate if you have been asked to.Satellite imagery of the flooding in the Bahamas is amazing.Aerial footage of the destruction.Pretty good article on GEORGIA v California.Water Wars 10/17/2019 edition. The Cherokee Nation has appointed their first delegate to Congress in their 200 year history.It’s going to suck to be in Dahlonega on 09/14/2019.Georgia is one of the four American Innovation $1 Coins. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related Tags:Morning Reads About Author TheDeepDark Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Please login to comment 9 Comments Oldest Newest Inline Feedbacks View all comments xdog 8 months ago I second the recommendation of the Georgia/Hollywood story for its look at how people who work and live in Georgia have been affected by the ruckus over the heartbeat abortion bill. There’s also a clear explanation of how fully the state is involved in picking up production costs. Spend more than $500K, get a 20 percent tax break. Stick a peach logo in the credits, get another 10 percent and maybe grab another 10 percent on local subsidies. Roll’em. From The Ringer of all places. xdog 8 months ago otoh, the Dahlonega article is reactionary crap. imo, of course. Dave Bearse 8 months ago Analysis: Conservatives Criticize Trump, but Softly, in Code https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2019/09/03/us/politics/ap-us-trump-conservative-code-analysis.html “In a fight between crassness and discretion in the new millennium, crassness will win every time.” “It took a long time for congressional leaders for the Republican Party to see the damage [of McCarthy and Nixon] to their party and step in.” “Republicans will not do it while they think there are still gains to be made through the Trump presidency.” chefdavid 8 months ago Georgia’s road for the rich set another record. https://www.ajc.com/news/traffic/new-record-toll-rate-set-express-lanes-gwinnett-county/ypLEuMky2B8CF2phdJC1DO/ Is their a program that allows lower income folks to qualify for passes? Ellynn 8 months ago And I just got a text my power is out already… Before 12:45. 15 mins after they locked down the Islands and Thunderbolt bridges, I type this from my makeshift ‘office’ in the hotel I’m staying at 200 miles away. chefdavid 8 months ago I love American jurisprudence. Lawyers Seek $5.6M in Legal Fees From State It’s all about the benjamins. Benevolus 8 months ago tybee island live cam: https://www.hoteltybee.com/tybee-beach-cam Benevolus 8 months ago Reply to Benevolus Wind map is interesting too: http://hint.fm/wind/ Dave Bearse 8 months ago Reply to Benevolus Cool map. I wonder what determines the cities identified on the map. There doesn’t seem to be any connecting traits, other than they be mid-size or larger.