Category: Morning Reads

Morning Reads – Thursday, November 22, 2018

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!! This is my 6th Thanksigivng doing morning reads and I couldn’t be more thankful…for more of you. Peaches Bordeaux concedes, Woodall wins by 433 Georgia Set To Remain A Battleground For Voting Rights Ahead Of 2020 Lawmakers tackle transit problems in rural Georgia Woman sues Georgia county alleging drug test falsely labeled cotton

Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 20

“The eagle’s a scavenger, a thief, and a coward! A symbol of over ten centuries of European mischief! The turkey is the truly noble bird. Native American. Source of sustenance of our original settlers. An incredibly brave fellow who will not flinch at attacking a regiment of Englishmen! Singlehandedly! Therefore, the national bird of America

Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 13

Good morning! It is Day 1 of the Special Session. Here is where you can learn more about the devastating impact and aftermath of the path Hurricane Michael blazed through southern Georgia. Ronald Acuña, Jr., is the NL Rookie of the Year! Deadlock at the World Chess Championships! There were several bright spots on Election

Morning Reads — Thursday, November 8, 2018

On this date in 1889, Montana became the 41st U.S.. Chances are, not too many people noticed. Peaches Finally, a worthwhile course New York Times analysis of Georgia…and others “Voter suppression” despite high turnouts The cities that passed the brunch bill About those unused voting machines on Election Day… Jimmy Carter 113 million voted, 33 flips,