Morning Reads for Tuesday, July 10

Good morning! Leadership turmoil in the NAACP branch in Columbus, GA. Insurance premiums will increase in Georgia, but not as much as last year. Feeding your baby formula is NOT bad. However, this U.S. stance on the U.N.’s breast feeding resolution is outrageous. IHOB was all a joke, and I feel like I just woke

Monday Morning Reads — July 9

Happy Monday, everyone! As literally everyone on God’s green earth predicted, the GOP Governor runoff is less than pleasant. Trump will own the libs today. North Korea’s latest actions during Secretary Pompeo’s trip is evidence that the rogue country is back to their typical games. Four teenagers stuck in a cave in Thailand are rescued.

Morning Reads for Friday, July 6, 2018

Run-Off Early Voting is OPEN! Buy your tickets now! When one door closes, a window opens… to a mini-grocery store. Let it go! Let it go! Privacy? Nobody said anything about privacy. On the horizon – Fight for the intertubez? Don Henley really did see that bumper sticker. Why of course. Every milkshake flavor is

Morning Reads – Thursday, July 5, 2018

On this date in 1965, the U.S. Secret Service Division was created to combat currency counterfeiting, forging and the altering of currency and securities.. Peaches Georgia is on pace to double police shootings in 2018 A Georgia budget primer  Court ruling for Kentucky trickles to Georgia  30 arrested, 900 cited so far at Rainbow Family

$60 Million Lifeline Cast To Georgia’s Rural Hospitals

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Georgia House Speaker David Ralston issued a joint statement announcing that Georgia’s Rural Hospital tax credit reached its full donation cap for the first time ever.  This means that $60 million will be directed to 58 of Georgia’s most distressed rural hospitals.  The efforts of former state Representative Geoff Duncan

Cagle Promises to Preserve Stone Mountain

Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, GOP candidate for Georgia Governor, issued the following response into the NAACP’s call to sandblast Stone Mountain’s carving: “When I’m governor, we will preserve Stone Mountain as the monument and cultural attraction it was intended to be – one that brings in visitors from around the world. I will work on