Category: Politics

Morning Reads for Friday, December 10, 2021

First Redcoat to win a Bednarik award. DGD. The Southern history of the Poinsettia. 10 Holiday displays in Georgia worth the drive. Minor league changes coming… This new museum sounds interesting. Maybe we should buy stock in a popcorn company. Deepfake or not? Beauty is in the eye of the injector beholder. Or something. The

David Perdue’s Ego Looks Backwards While Georgia Moves Forward

Former Senator David Perdue apparently talked himself into challenging Governor Brian Kemp in next year’s Republican gubernatorial primary. He quickly earned former President Donald Trump’s enthusiastic support and another interesting lap dog: former Ambassador Randy Evans. Ambassador Evans quickly took to social media bemoaning the harsh critique of Senator Perdue’s ego trip by Governor Kemp

Morning Reads for Tuesday, December 7

Never forget. Meanwhile, if you’ve taken a few days off from Georgia politics, welcome back! A thorough article on the nascent FUBAR GAGOP gubernatorial primary, featuring some clever quotes from smart Georgians. Seriously, call Marie Kondo, because it is going to be a mess. Details on the monumental logistics and tens of millions of dollars

Trump Issues Statement on Perdue’s Gubernatorial Campaign Without Official Endorsement

Former President Donald J. Trump has issued a statement on former U.S. Senator David Perdue’s gubernatorial campaign announcement: Wow, it looks like highly respected Senator David Perdue will be running against RINO Brian Kemp for Governor of Georgia. David was a great Senator, and he truly loves his State and His Country. This will be

David Perdue’s Gubernatorial Campaign Will Cause What He Said He Didn’t Want

Former U.S. Senator David Perdue officially announced today a poorly kept secret that he is running for Governor of Georgia as a Republican. You can see the video and transcript below of his announcement, after some commentary. Perdue fully knows the repercussions of his candidacy, as he has publicly expressed them. The Brunswick News reported

Morning Reads for Friday, December 3, 2021

I’ll go first. Die Hard is a Christmas movie. Pass the popcorn. December comet viewing for fun and pleasure. Wouldn’t lunch with these three sisters be a trip? But Tech is supposed to be good and help us, right? Rats. Sinking ship. You know this story. Sadness. Live music is the best. Now we know

Stacey Abrams Running for GA Governor; Republican Governors Association Responds

I’m running for Governor because opportunity in our state shouldn’t be determined by zip code, background or access to power. #gapol Be a founding donor to my campaign:https://t.co/gk2lmBINfW pic.twitter.com/z14wUlo8ls — Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) December 1, 2021 As Stacey Abrams has thrown the proverbial hat back in the ring as a Democratic candidate for Governor, the

Morning Reads for Tuesday, November 30

Good morning! It’s Election Day for municipal runoffs in Atlanta, Warner Robins, Marietta, and in so many other cities throughout Georgia. Apologies for missing the past two Tuesdays. Last week, my only excuse is being away for Thanksgiving, leaving town moments after the gavel fell on Sine Die (Tiny Die?). Week before that, we had