Author: Will Kremer

Monday Morning Reads — April 23

Happy Monday, everyone! Less than one month until the May 22 primary! News by the Numbers $456,000 contributions – Barilla, one of the world’s largest pasta companies, has a long history of funding research to prove pasta (and carbs) are good for your health. A recent study that showed pasta has many health benefits and

Monday Morning Reads – April 16

Happy Monday, everyone! Today’s Morning Reads are late in honor of Ed’s birthday. News By The Numbers 2020 elections – Let’s get through 2018 before we talk 2020, right? Wrong. A commission will study our election systems and make recommendations on how to revamp it. 105 missiles – Allied forces dropped a total of 105

Monday Morning Reads – April 9

Happy Monday, everyone! Grilling season has officially begun (if the weather cooperates) News by the Numbers 12 minutes – Georgia’s eavesdropping laws could be reshaped after Georgia Subsequent Injury Trust Director *takes deep breath* Mike Coan was charged with allegedly eavesdropping for 12 minutes on an employee’s butt-dial and subsequently firing him after hearing the

Monday Morning Reads – April 2

Happy Monday, everyone! I hope your post-session weekend was relaxing! News by the Numbers 7 Republican candidates – The Republican candidates for governor met in Flowery Branch to explain why they’re amazing and why their opposition sucks. 9 bills – Governor Deal vetoed only nine bills last session, and he vetoed two important bills in

Monday Morning Reads — March 26

Happy Monday, everyone! I watched Tomb Raider on Sunday…save your money. News by the Numbers 200-year-old fight – Georgia’s northern border sits at the 35th parallel. That’s a fact. Tennessee, though, has their alternative facts. Georgia is fixin to set the record straight. 60 minutes – Curious about Trump’s sex life? Well, you share that oddity

Monday Morning Reads — March 19, 2018

Happy Monday, everyone! News by the Numbers $50,000 IRS debt – Candidates for governor filed their personal financial disclosures, and it’s already creating one headache. Stacey Abrams deferred her tax payments in 2015 and 2016. Brian Kemp also reported millions in debt. $24,540 per job – Mercedez-Benz opened their new Sandy Springs headquarters with the help

Qualifying Surprise: John Barge Files To Run For State School Superintendent

Former State School Superintendent John Barge qualified this afternoon for his old job. He will face incumbent State School Superintendent Richard Woods. Barge was elected in 2010 without support from the Republican establishment. His tenure was notable for frequently butting heads with Governor Deal. In 2012, Barge opposed Republican lawmakers’ push for charter school legislation.

Monday Morning Reads — March 5, 2018

Happy Monday, everyone! Here’s to less than one month of session remaining! News by the Numbers 90th Academy Awards – Here are the winners of last night’s Oscars. As always, I feel Timothee Chalamet was robbed because he didn’t win every award. 5 open seats – The Georgia House of Representatives could undergo a radical

Monday Morning Reads – February 26, 2018

Happy Monday, everyone! Shout out to Jessica for filling in last week. New by the Numbers 125 painters – Alright, I admit that I’m late to the game, but I arrived nonetheless. Loving Vincent is incredible if for visually pleasing delivery alone. It took 125 painters nearly four years to create the first fully painted

Friday Morning Reads — February 23

I’m filling in for Ginny this Friday. Let’s jump into it. Russian bots took aim at Congressman John Lewis, Atlanta, and CNN. Speaking of Russia, an oligarch, who boasts close ties to Putin and Assad, had his mercenaries attack US troops in Syria. Two West Forsyth High School students were arrested yesterday for threatening to