May 21, 2021 7:09 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads for Friday, May 21, 2021 Morning Reads for Friday, May 21, 2021 By Ginny Politics 2 Comments In a town with the reputation of tearing down everything in sight, this is encouraging. State rep charged with election violations. Stay tuned. Georgia Senator vs. Camden SpacePort. Well, duh. Physical activity helps everyone, period.Didn’t they know not to mess with Little Old Church Ladies From Pasadena?Oregon counties vote to move to Idaho. There’s a good reason. Faster, please. Memorial Day officially kicks off the summer grilling season. Check our these helpful items to get you fired up.AI isn’t the wonderful thing you think it is. Share this:TumblrFacebookRedditTwitterEmailPrint Related About Author Ginny Get off my lawn. 2 Comments xdog President Joe Biden will award the Medal of Honor today to Ralph Puckett Jr., a 94-year-old retired Army colonel who led the capture and defense of a hill during the Korean War against an overwhelming Chinese attack. South Korean President Moon Jae-in will join the ceremony. Colonel Puckett is in the Army Ranger Hall of Fame for his many acts of support. He was born in Tifton and currently lives with his wife in Columbus. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/94-year-old-korean-war-veteran-and-former-army-ranger-ralph-puckett-to-receive-medal-of-honor-1.673974 May 21, 2021 8:30 AM Log in to Reply armanidog https://troubleingodscountry.com/ “Broadband internet expansion no silver bullet for rural Georgia” “My larger point, however, is that the effort to revitalize Georgia’s rural communities needs to begin not with headline-grabbing plans to run fiber to sparsely-populated, poverty-stricken rural counties, but with a focus on more fundamental building blocks. Bailey envisions a migration of highly-educated knowledge workers from the big city to rural communities that can provide them with high-speed internet. But without access to quality healthcare, decent schools for their kids, and other quality of life amenities, that won’t happen. High-speed internet may be necessary to build a vibrant 21st-century economy, but it’s far from sufficient – and it’s not the right first step.” May 21, 2021 6:56 PM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.