Here in Georgia…
– Baker has added a new feature to That’s Just Peachy.
– Just so you know, don’t ask Herman Cain questions about 9-9-9.
– Speaking of Cain, when he wants to talk strategy with you, you should probably run in the other direction.
– Jay Bookman says that the recommendations by Gov. Deal’s Transit Governance Task Force will only further complicate transportation in Metro Atlanta.
– If you’re a supporter of charter schools, then you need to read AFP-GA’s fact sheet on the charter schools amendment, which is set for a vote in the House Education Committee at some point today.
National stories of interest…
– Mitt Romney stepped in it yesterday, though James Pethokoukis says he has a point.
– Here are Romney’s five worst gaffes.
– Newt Gingrich’s Nevada campaign is in “disarray.” Just his Nevada campaign?
– Speaking of Gingrich, he may be about to land the coveted Donald Trump endorsement.
– Why did Republicans help bring down SOPA/PIPA? Because Harry Reid said it was important.
– Speaker John Boehner isn’t sold on President Obama’s mortgage refinance plan.
– Rep. Allen West (R-FL) will run for re-election in a new district.
– Obama leads GOP challengers in Ohio.
– RCP’s Sean Trende says that if Romney and Gingrich are unelectable, so is Obama.
– Why are auto sales picking up? Smart Money says the reason is looser lending standards.
– The National Journal runs through the list of possible GOP VP candidates.
– With both Romney and Gingrich backing the individual mandate, David Harsany explains why the GOP has an ObamaCare problem.
– You can’t tax your way to prosperity.
A few that I like…
– Looking for something healthy to snack on during the Super Bowl? Here are some good recipes.
– Dawg Sports recaps National Signing Day for Georgia.
– Super Bowl ad rates have doubled in the last 10 years.
– Here’s a teaser for the return of The Walking Dead.
– Want to learn more about libertarianism, here are some books that can get you started.
– The Boston Red Sox are teaching us a lesson in economics.