Author: Chet Martin

Morning Reads for Wednesday, November 13

Georgia Pray for President Carter as he recovers from surgery. Atlanta’s pro teams have United (get it?) to back HOPE revenue generating online gambling Teresa Tomlinson honored Veterans Day by asking you for money University System enrollment at record high; larger than the combined populations of Savannah and Macon Gwinnett YIMBY Gwinnett/North Fulton/Cobb are sterling

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 30

Georgia Condolences to the friends and family of Tom Hice, father of Congressman Jody Hice Erickson, a useful thermometer of Trump-skeptical conservatives, canceled the Resurgent Gathering. Read why. A diagram of the Army Corps’ proposed rock weir passage on the Savannah Georgia will execute Ray Cromartre tonight unless the courts order a stay to test

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 23

Georgia Georgia one of three states not participating in an antitrust probe of Facebook Nearly all of the state is in drought, including “Extreme Drought” in Metro Atlanta UNG named top ROTC among senior military colleges Shaq paid an Atlanta shooting victim’s rent for a year (and should be nominated for America’s Ambassador At-Large) Tyler

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 15

Georgia Casino and horse gambling didn’t become legal in Georgia today, but it did buy a few of our lovely readers a lake house The before and after mugshot photos of this convicted child molester in Rome contain a story that has not yet been reported How a South Carolina federal facility on our border

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 9

Georgia November 20th Democratic Presidential debate to be held in Georgia World’s largest Stranger Things prop to be sold in Gwinnett Island High School forfeits four football wins in *spaceship noises* transfer portal appeal Even Michael Stipe worries he neglected his true calling all his life DA clears Columbia County deputies in police shooting Clayton

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 2nd

Georgia A federal judge has blocked implementation of Georgia’s Heartbeat Law (Obama appointee, for what it’s worth) From the ruling: ” HB 481 changes the definition of a natural person in Georgia…” Ay, there’s the rub. Anti-Ralston Republican wins Newnan special election The vape game is getting tougher University System will cover gender reassignment after

Morning Reads for Wednesday, September 18

Georgia Visit Habersham and Rabun to drive through Georgia’s most scenic highway AG Carr joined the OxyContin lawsuit Sunbelt 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!

Morning Reads for Wednesday, September 11

Good morning! The state of Tennessee has two Power Five schools, both of which are among the five Power Five schools in America that are 0-2. Until the Tennessee legislature makes control of the Chattahoochee dependent on the Georgia – Tennessee game, they’re cowards. Georgia Between 2015 and 2018, Georgia poverty rates fell 2.8%. National

Jon Ossoff to challenge David Perdue for US Senate Seat

The loser of the most expensive congressional race in American history will challenge Senator David Perdue in 2020. From Bluestein: Former congressional candidate Jon Ossoff said he will challenge Republican U.S. Sen. David Perdue and “mount a ruthless assault on corruption in our political system” that’s prevented Congress from addressing urgent issues.  The Democrat told