Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads for International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade (March 25)

Normally, I opt for fun days for my holidays and observances, but since today is the annual International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade, I thought it would be best to lift up a prayer for these people who suffered so greatly for our prosperity, and for those

Morning Reads – Thursday, March 12, 2020

Have you tried perusing the interwebs for news that isn’t Coronavirus related? It’s no easy feat. But here’s a little bit: Peaches Parents are upset about a mock election. 39 film projects across Georgia in March. Georgia’s 1st black-owned CBD company. Where Georgia kids are most likely to succeed. Georgia county punished for ditching voting

Morning Reads – Thursday, March 5, 2020

Peaches Georgia Senate moves forward on mid-year amended budget. Barrow, Beskin blocked from seeking seat on Georgia’s top court. Athens-Clarke County was warned. Georgia representing on the national stage from Checker’s. First it was restrooms, but now it’s school dances… Time to ditch the foreign exchange programs…for now. Georgia may scrap ‘get out of jail

Morning Reads – Thursday, February 27, 2020

How about some non-Coronavirus-related news? (Okay, spoiler. There’s one in here, but it’s otherwise a clean set of Morning Reads) Peaches Farmer: “Am I pleased it took this long? No.” Meanwhile, the CDC reports they have a higher risk for suicide. Kemp talks Coronavirus. Expungement on felony records back on table.  They’re predicting Coronavirus will

Morning Reads for National Chocolate Mint Day (February 19)

Break out the thin mints, because it’s National Chocolate Mint Day! Pat Conroy Don’t forget to register by Monday, February 24th, if you want to vote in the presidential preference primaries. Early voting starts March 2nd. The House Governmental Affairs Committee advanced the partisan primaries for special elections bill, but only after moving its implementation