Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 22, 2021

Peaches Another Georgia Rep recovering from COVID-19 Georgia film industry also recovering from COVID-19 Leading the money race for Georgia Governor Zell Miller joins race for Lt. Governor Ralston wants $1,000 one-time bonuses for local police The district attorney indicted while running for district attorney will head to trial in September MTG is under attack

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 15, 2021

Peaches Can we at least admit we have a counting problem? A really embarrassed racoon. Columbia County Judicial Circuit suit settled. Smell something? Tell something! Backing the new Medicaid bill. Tough testimony in Beck’s federal trial this week. For Trump, Butch ain’t it. Opioid crisis continues to be perfect storm in Georgia. To end NAACP

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 8, 2021

Peaches No 9th inning blocking Prosecutor: Georgia city official destroyed records, lied. Georgia bankruptcy filings reveal economic, racial differences Georgia defends insurance waiver as company interest builds Digital divide that isn’t diminishing. How acting ‘country dumb’ can be really smart “Courts, not Congress, the right place to decide” on Georgia election law Jimmy Carter Limited

Midday Reads for World Chocolate Day (July 7)

Good afternoon, and happy World Chocolate Day! This day celebrates chocolate’s introduction to Europe in 1550. If you need any encouragement to indulge, chocolate has some noted benefits. However, the story of chocolate’s production hasn’t always been positive, which is worth remembering as well. If you’re in Atlanta and looking to celebrate World Chocolate Day,

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 1, 2021

Donald Rumsfeld has died. The Don Rumsfeld the Obituaries Won’t Write About. Peaches Guiliani picks the wrong horse again. Georgia delays limited Medicaid expansion until at least August Georgia Power Foundation awards grant to Georgia Justice Project U.S. House votes to give bum’s rush to statue of Georgia’s Confederate VP Georgia hospital workers’ vaccine rates:

Morning Reads for Asteroid Day (June 30)

Good morning! It’s Asteroid Day, which is to raise awareness of potential asteroid impacts, and coincidentally, we have an asteroid zooming past Earth this week. See, there’s a reason I highlight these days and weeks for y’all. One of these days, it could be life changing! But, without further ado, let’s get to the news…

Morning Reads – June 24, 2021

Peaches Yeah, just blow it up! USG passes on Sonny Perdue…for now. We may miss our vaccination goal…but that is probably just going to keep this argument going. What powers Kemp will keep as emergency order expires. Suit charges Georgia Dept. of Labor provided slow payments, bad service (isn’t that just ‘government defined’?) Pfffft…Georgia courts