Tag: Morning Reads

Morning Reads for International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade (March 25)

Normally, I opt for fun days for my holidays and observances, but since today is the annual International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade, I thought it would be best to lift up a prayer for these people who suffered so greatly for our prosperity, and for those

Morning Reads for National Chocolate Mint Day (February 19)

Break out the thin mints, because it’s National Chocolate Mint Day! Pat Conroy Don’t forget to register by Monday, February 24th, if you want to vote in the presidential preference primaries. Early voting starts March 2nd. The House Governmental Affairs Committee advanced the partisan primaries for special elections bill, but only after moving its implementation

Morning Reads for International Men’s Day (November 19)

Good morning, and happy International Men’s Day, an observance in its 20th year today. First celebrated in Trinidad and Tobago, International Men’s Day focuses on positive role models and men’s well-being, particularly men’s health. This year’s theme is “Making a Difference for Men and Boys.” And now, the news: Pat Conroy Aw, shucks. I’ve officially

Morning Reads for Wednesday, September 18

Georgia Visit Habersham and Rabun to drive through Georgia’s most scenic highway AG Carr joined the OxyContin lawsuit Sunbelt urban growth is the best longterm trend in American politics for Democrats. (Yes, I know the other one, but it’s simply not true) Meria Carstarphen was a firefighter, but “the fire’s out” Sunday Service in Atlanta!

Morning Reads – Wednesday, September 4, 2019

We said this yesterday… There is a hurricane coming. Please evacuate if you have been asked to. Satellite imagery of the flooding in the Bahamas is amazing. Aerial footage of the destruction. Pretty good article on GEORGIA v California. Water Wars 10/17/2019 edition. The Cherokee Nation has appointed their first delegate to Congress in their