News of Note:
DeKalb County Schools (Putting the Duh in DeKalb!” has too many overpaid folks in their administration, which might be news to anyone who has never heard of DeKalb County.
And their marching band activities have been unbanned.
The Creative Loafing editorial board opines against ‘ramrodding,’ which might surprise some of their readers until they realize CL is against using public financing for Atlanta’s new football stadium. We applaud CL’s fiscal conservatism. Who knew?
House Speaker David Ralston told Cobb business leaders he was “not inclined” to allow reconsideration of the transportation project list, which gave the MDJ a chance to editorialize with a headline – “House Speaker: Cobb likely saddled with Lee’s TSPLOST.” (Note to the MDJ: That’s not what he said.)
ATTENTION RNC: If you can’t count your caucus votes, you shouldn’t go first. It’s a rule.
‘Gingrich steals spotlight from Romney.’ Newt? Nope, Marianne. Her interview with ABC, an alleged ‘career killer,’ will air tonight.
Flyers attacking Karen Santorum reaffirm our belief that South Carolina has the ickiest state politics in America, and that we should force it to re-secede.
Ron Paul warns of ‘dire circumstances,’ if, something, something. This is a repeat of everything Ron Paul has ever said.
Is today the day Rick Perry calls it quits? There are three reasons he should.
Wikipedia is back from black, which means the internet is once again as reliable as the drunk at the end of the bar.