September 18, 2019 8:00 AM HomeMorning ReadsMorning Reads for Wednesday, September 18 Morning Reads for Wednesday, September 18 By Chet Martin Morning Reads, Politics 2 Comments A stray thought from my week in New York — a reason that “socialism” is growing in popularity among urban progressive millennials is proximity to the extremely, blessedly wealthy, something that’s hard to avoid in the most fashionable cities and hard to find almost anywhere else. Georgia Visit Habersham and Rabun to drive through Georgia’s most scenic highwayAG Carr joined the OxyContin lawsuitSunbelt urban growth is the best longterm trend in American politics for Democrats. (Yes, I know the other one, but it’s simply not true)Meria Carstarphen was a firefighter, but “the fire’s out”Sunday Service in Atlanta!West Savannah rebornWitness in killing of Macon teen feared for his life. He testified anyway.Big Boi’s owls remain a delight. Hootie hoo There Be Dragons Would you like to feel old?Exit polls in Tel Ohio too close to callBulls on ParadeSaudis to restore oil production knocked out by Iranian attack by end of September, prices up nearly 15% since FridayStop me if you’ve heard this before — that Kavanaugh story was malpracticeElizabeth Warren won the Working Families Party endorsement in a preview of the death of the Sanders campaignLuxembourg forget who let them be a country Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related Tags:Morning Reads About Author Chet Martin Subscribe Login Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Please login to comment 2 Comments Oldest Newest Inline Feedbacks View all comments xdog 8 months ago I don’t understand your remark on Luxembourg. Who do you see as their sovereign protector, Johnson or the UK? As for the hecklers, they were UK citizens concerned about how their future chances to live, work and travel will change in a world where UK lurches out of the EU without agreements. Their concerns are understandable. imo Johnson missed a great opportunity to show he can take the heat. Margaret Thatcher wouldn’t have turn and run when faced with a small if noisy group of demonstrators. Dave Bearse 8 months ago Pompeo and MBS, who sanctioned the murder of Khashoggi in Turkey, are supposed to make statements to the media on the attack on the Saudi oil facility later today. Will Pompeo be under oath? He’s a member of the Trump cult that have “no obligation to be honest to the media”. But on the other hand, being under oath would mean Pompeo would say hardly anything..