Morning Reads for Wednesday, December 28th

“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S. Eliot

Here in Georgia…
– DeKalb County will allow probation officers in schools to watch law-breaking kids.
– Charles Edwards reports that the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus plans to fight the Department of Justice on the new legislative and congressional maps.
– Those of you that drive a golf cart will have tougher safety standards to follow at the beginning of the year.
– The AJC has a great story on Chick-fil-a, my favorite place to eat.

National stories of interest…
If you’re looking for good coverage of the Iowa caucus, check out
– Who are the richest members of Congress?
– Could Mitt Romney win Iowa? It’s very possible.
– Get ready for yet another debt limit hike.
– Newt Gingrich said nice things about RomneyCare back in 2006. Gingrich says his opinion has changed, but he did express support for some form of an individual mandate as recently as a May of this year.
– While I’m not his biggest fan, Rick Santorum may surprise people next week.

A few that I like…
– Here are the 25 greatest sportscasting moments of 2011.
– Some Atlanta Falcons are complaining about Sean Payton’s decision to let Drew Brees the passing record on Monday night.


  1. saltycracker says:

    First the Feds give us a handout to buy a new street ready golf cart, then the states start telling the manufacturers how they have to build them…….geez, will it ever end ?….can’t we just draw the line at the money ?

  2. Brent Musberger saying “this is for all the Tostidos” should have been higher on the list of sportscasting moments of the year in my opinion.

    I wasn’t upset by Brees going for the record. If the Saints had the ball at their own 30 instead of our 30 they would have thrown for the record then taken a knee. Better yet, we should have stopped him.

  3. John Konop says:

    Newt has a new ad against Romny calling him the second most dangerous person in the world. Wow, does this help Newt? And will this not help Obama if Romney wins?

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