Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads – Thursday, December 2, 2021

Peaches Georgia’s school boards association breaks with national group over Biden letter to investigate threats Residents boo Hall County commission during vote Georgia secretary of state spoke with January 6 committee about election lies Georgia sues DOJ for communications on election law to see if it was ‘colluding’ with liberal groups New report ranks Georgia

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 18, 2021

Peaches ‘We’re keeping our fingers crossed.’ Gov. Kemp hopeful Georgia will land Rivian deal Redistricting squeezes 2 Democratic rising stars in Georgia Adoption-matching pilot launches in Georgia Protesters blast Georgia for slow pace of rental help How you can see the nearly total lunar eclipse Friday morning We’re going to be suing over robocalls until

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 11, 2021

Happy Veterans Day! Today we honor & thank all those who have served! Peaches Lawmakers have now approved a 2nd redistricting map. …With proposed changes to Georgia’s 2nd largest county. Deplorable: Georgia medical marijuana program stalled by protests, bureaucracy And Rep. Alan Powell wants to give it another look. Millions in equipment stolen by thieves

Morning Reads for Sesame Street Day (November 10)

Good morning! Happy Sesame Street Day! November 10th has been the day set aside to honor the educational program celebrating its 52nd birthday today. To commemorate the day, I’m sharing the best skit with the best muppet ever: Grover teaching “around,” “over,” “under,” “through,” “near,” and “far.” Yes, Grover is 100% my favorite. I’m going

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 4, 2021

Peaches Gwinnett commissioners reject decriminalization of small marijuana possession — then postpone a final decision $20K In Bribes Is How Much GA Woman Paid Ex DeKalb Tax Tag Clerk State doesn’t put blame of crime problem on state  “Judge finds ‘intentional discrimination’ in Arbery jury selection but allows trial to move forward with 1 Black

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 28, 2021

Peaches I sued Van Johnson & won.  Herschel violates campaign finance laws?  3 major Georgia universities are issuing vaccine mandates for faculty Democrats not letting up on Medicaid expansion during special session Georgia redistricting to diminish rural lawmakers, influence Court ruling upholds Georgia Power plans for coal ash Abrams group donates $1.34 million to pay

Morning Reads – Thursday, October 21, 2021

Peaches  5 corrections officers accused of injuring 2 inmates in Georgia prison Kentucky woman accused of threatening Georgia judge More election reform? Georgia Supreme Court overturns Henry impaired driving conviction Georgia to Pay $870,000 to Whistleblowers Fired by Beck Getting with the program: In a 2022 ‘gun fight,’ Republicans look beyond Georgia for campaign cash