Morning Reads – Thursday, December 16, 2021

Peaches Georgia Supreme Court says businesses can only boot cars in areas with ordinances More Georgia Secretary of State’s office officials interviewed by Jan. 6 committee …and then. Georgia Southern puts a price tag on digital textbooks. Georgia State Researchers Discover How Crowds Can Make Bridges Wobble and Sway How rural health care ‘limps along’

Remembering Life And Political Lessons From Bob Dole

This week’s Courier Herald column: In the quiet early hours of Sunday December 5th, former Senator Bob Dole passed away in his sleep.  It’s quite the contrast from the morning of April 14th, 1945, when then Second Lieutenant Dole remained critically wounded on a mountainside in northern Italy for ten hours before being rescued. Dole

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

Morning Reads -Thursday, December 9, 2021

Peaches Trump pushing Perdue into Georgia governor race a ‘disaster,’ says GOP strategist GOP hopefuls in 2022 want to eliminate state income tax And…Perdue says he wouldn’t have certified Georgia 2020 results Sierra Club appealing coal ash ruling to Georgia Supreme Court $2.2 million settlement for family of transgender woman who died in Georgia men’s

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