Author: edatlanta

Morning Reads for October 17

A word of warning to any Horsefaces out there….I’m coming for you! I remember when Republicans cared about deficits.  Hartsfield’s best police beagle finds the motherlode! (A roasted pig).  Medicaid expansion and the fate of Obamacare in our gubernatorial race.  Apparently Jimmy Carter’s 1976 Florida POTUS primary win was worthy of a book.  Terri Lee

Hacker Selling Reported GA Voter List for $250

Does anyone else think whoever is selling the purported list of Georgia’s voters is setting the price too low? If so, you can scoop up that bargain (and 18 other states’ rolls) according to a report in ZDNet. The technology news website didn’t list the “popular hacking forum” where the information is being sold, but according

Morning Reads for October 10

GSU professor earns Guggenheim Fellowship.  GA’s motor-voter drive boosts eligible balloters who lean Democratic At  80, fmr. Sen. Sam Nunn continues to meet in the middle.  Cong. Bishop: Moving agricultural programs would not benefit SW GA.  Sonny: Farmer aid could be less than first estimated.  Fmr. Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice will give Tech’s fall

Sen. Isakson Voting Yes on Kavanaugh

From a press release sent a few minutes ago: “The Senate Judiciary Committee, led by Chairman Chuck Grassley, did a remarkable job conducting the confirmation process to consider the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court. After reviewing the proceedings, including more than 30 hours of testimony from Judge Kavanaugh,

Morning Reads for October 3

I’m already on PSL #17 D’Marcus Simonds a pre-season All-American John Legend stumps for Stacey at Georgia State Folty to start Game 1 Looks like Columbus mayor is starting the 2020 race.  Black Rural Voters Could be Key to Democrats Eyeing Georgia Brian Kemp lost his niece’s vote Sonny Talks Trade and Farm Outlook  Donald

Late Morning Reads on September 19

GSU and Tech get $2.5 million to start Atlanta Global Studies Center  Journalist Jonathan Alter discusses turning points in Jimmy’s presidency.  Sonny presses ahead with unpopular move to relocate USDA offices.  Gov. Deal declares September as Balloon Month.  Science: Ronald Acuna is really good.  GSU releases 2018-19 basketball schedule