Here in Georgia…
– In a statement issued yesterday, Rep. Paul Broun defended the Keystone XL pipeline.
– The DOJ has cleared new district maps in Henry County. That sound you’re hearing is Sen. Emanuel Jones losing his mind.
– Gov. Deal has little interest in tweaking the HOPE scholarship or revisiting the TSPLOST.
– The charter schools amendment could come up for its first vote tomorrow.
National stories of interest…
– In case you haven’t seen them, here are the results from last night’s primary in Florida.
– The Florida Republican primary was the most negative ever.
– The GOP chairman in Iowa has resigned about the vote counting debacle after the caucus.
– House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says that legislation currently in the Senate banning insider trading doesn’t go far enough.
– Though lower than previous years, the budget deficit for FY 2012 is expected to clear $1 trillion.
– A new poll shows some bad news for Obama in battleground states.
– Are health insurance companies on the way out?
– Michele Bachmann, who is running for re-election, is $1 million in debt from her presidential campaign.
– Gingrich is playing down expectations in Minnesota and Nevada.
– When San Francisco rejects a Leftist movement, maybe it’s time to give.
A few that I like…
– Georgia Tech got nailed for a recruiting violation.
– Facebook is going public today, but is only expected to raise $5 billion, half of what was anticipated.
– What is the best TV to watch the Super Bowl?
– Despite reports to the contrary, Peyton Manning insists he’ll play football again.
– This may be the best video ever.