Category: Politics

Morning Reads for Friday, October 18, 2019

APS Super speaks out, finally. UGA in hot water over slave graves. Beloved Dolly. Oh happy day! Something fun to build!  Caption contest on what the many parts would be called. Rick Perry to resign cabinet post. Play away, nerds! Dollars before decency. Whatever washes up. RIP Rep. Elijah Cummings.

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 15

Georgia Casino and horse gambling didn’t become legal in Georgia today, but it did buy a few of our lovely readers a lake house The before and after mugshot photos of this convicted child molester in Rome contain a story that has not yet been reported How a South Carolina federal facility on our border

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 15

Good morning! If you haven’t had a moment to read Holly’s piece on knowledge and learning (and book burning) in Georgia, that should be your first stop. The Golden Ray will have to be disassembled in the St. Simons Sound. The Libertarian Party of Georgia is appealing a ruling that upholds Georgia’s ballot access laws.

Morning Reads for Monday, October 14, 2019

Coca-Cola UNITED to build new facility in Tift County, creating 200 jobs. Remember the cargo ship off the coast that overturned? Well, it can’t be turned upright, so it’s being disassembled. To save rural hospitals, Georgia requires classes for CEOs and board members.  An author’s second appearance at a Georgia university has been cancelled after

3M More Atlantans By 2050 Would Push Us To The Brink. Oh Yeah, And Where’s The Water?

Prepare to get really, really, cozy in Metro Atlanta. The Atlanta Regional Commission predicts an addition 2.9 million people could move to Atlanta by 2050. That’s the equivalent population of Denver. We’ll also have a substantially less white metropolitan area (47.5% now down to 31% if the forecasts are correct) with a total population of

Morning Reads for Friday, October 11, 2019

LawDawgs! (And GSU, too.)  Let the chill bumps commence. Always wondered what was under the hat. “As illiterates…” applies more and more these days.    Like that one? Here’s another shot of VDH.  Can humans regrow cartilage?  Inquiring shoulders want to know. Every Californian pays the price of their lovely state lacking basic forestry skills.   Honestly, Comey

Walter C. Jones Hired to Educate Voters

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office has issued the following press release in regards to the hiring of Walter C. Jones to educate voters on the new voting machines in Georgia: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Tuesday he has hired a long-time media professional to head the effort to educate Georgians about the state’s

Morning Reads for Wednesday, October 9

Georgia November 20th Democratic Presidential debate to be held in Georgia World’s largest Stranger Things prop to be sold in Gwinnett Island High School forfeits four football wins in *spaceship noises* transfer portal appeal Even Michael Stipe worries he neglected his true calling all his life DA clears Columbia County deputies in police shooting Clayton

Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 8

Good morning! Senator Isakson hopes that our presiding stable genius, he of the great and unmatched wisdom, will rethink his approach to the Middle East. The University System of Georgia’s health insurance will now cover gender-affirmation surgery. Meet DeKalb County’s first female police chief. Further judicial review is necessary to determine whether guns can coexist