December 4, 2019 8:00 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads for Wednesday, December 4 Morning Reads for Wednesday, December 4 By Chet Martin Politics 3 Comments Georgia Watch every second of Johnny’s Farewell Speech to the Senate. Johnny Isakson has two things in Georgia: friends and future friends.Councilman Van Johnson defeated incumbent Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoachBilly Yearta narrowly bested Jim Quinn, both Republicans, in HD 152 (Leesburg)Hide your children for the fight that begins tomorrowMitch McConnell and the NRSC will back LoefflerAbortion politics at the core of conservative institutions’ Loeffler ambivalenceYet a cautious defense of the Governor’s pick from EricksonGwinnett voters didn’t make the decision our betters wanted on MARTA; we will kindly be given another chance to do as we’re toldDon’t forget who owns this state There Be Dragons Kamala Harris cops outUS House overwhelmingly passes Uygur Bill sanctioning China for its ongoing Muslim genocideA gripping, heartrending history of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s history of sectarian bloodletting. Take time for this one and say a prayer of thanks for our relative social peace. No reason to worry, just strained Franco-German relations. Macron is reviving the Gaullist hostility to NATOMacron was wrong in that press conference with Trump, by the wayThe Auburn Tigers, college football’s great ruiner of things Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author Chet Martin 3 Comments Dave Bearse It’s official. the Russian Party will only allow Trump’s name on its primary ballot. Too bad for Loeffler it can’t do the same for her. December 4, 2019 10:48 AM Log in to Reply Ellynn Savannah Mayor was not they only election in Savannah. Tony Thomas LOST!!!! https://www.wtoc.com/2019/12/04/purtee-ousts-thomas-district-seat/ December 4, 2019 11:54 AM Log in to Reply chamblee54 Editorial: Mayor Bottoms, tear down this statue! The GSU Signal cranked up the purple prose machine for an attack on Henry W. Grady “A monument to Henry Grady and his accomplishments on Marietta and Forsyth streets — also named Henry Grady Square — still stands today. Etched into his plaque are three celebratory words: “Journalist, Orator, Patriot.” Let us be clear in recognizing that Grady, as a journalist, promoted racism. Grady, as an orator, promoted racism. And Grady was certainly no patriot — he was simply a racist.” December 4, 2019 2:04 PM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.