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 10 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 10 months ago otoh, the Dahlonega article is reactionary crap. imo, of course. Dave Bearse 10 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 10 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 10 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 10 months ago I love American jurisprudence. Lawyers Seek $5.6M in Legal Fees From State It’s all about the benjamins. Benevolus 10 months ago tybee island live cam: https://www.hoteltybee.com/tybee-beach-cam Benevolus 10 months ago Reply to Benevolus Wind map is interesting too: http://hint.fm/wind/ Dave Bearse 10 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.