Here in Georgia…
– Remember Ray McBerry? Jim Galloway updates on the libel case that he filed against the mother of a girl accusing him of a less than appropriate relationship.
– GDOT is considering HOT lanes on GA400, but the idea is receiving a lot of push back from some drivers.
– The legislature passed HB 472 yesterday, which will allow brewpubs to expand the number of barrels they produce.
– The Senate has gutted the anti-diversion bill, which would have required fees assessed by the state to be spent on dedicated services.
– Eighteen percent of employers in Georgia plan on hiring over the next several months.
– Cobb County has increased the student-teacher ratio in its schools.
– Mercer University may buy the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
– A Georgia businessman has been threatened with jail time for flying the American flag.
– The unwise student career mandate has been delayed for a year.
– New language for criminal justice reform legislation is on the way.
– Johnny Isakson is a fan of corporate welfare.
National stories of interest…
– Tim Carney explains that anti-Romney candidates need to increase their numbers by 17% to have a brokered convention.
– The Institute for Justice is taking on the IRS.
– Is going to war through executive fiat an impeachable offense?
– The price tag for ObamaCare just keeps growing.
– Rick Santorum says that Puerto Rico needs to make English its official language. #headdesk
– Liberals are apparently more likely to block people on Twitter than conservatives.
– David Boaz explains why libertarians are afraid of Rick Santorum.
– Will Ron Paul make a deal with Mitt Romney?
– No, Newt Gingrich won’t be able to lower gas prices to $2.50.
– It looks like 2012 is another anti-incumbent year.
A few that I like…
– Despite comments indicating that he frequently thinks about retiring, Chipper Jones has no plans to walk out on his team.
– Are you ready for The Walking Dead season finale?
– AOL Instant Messenger is now obsolete.
– It looks like 24: The Movie is dead for now.
– Darth Vader explains why he is leaving the Empire.
– RIP: Encyclopaedia Britannica