Here in Georgia…
– Senate Rules Chairman Don Balfour, ever the center of controversy, has reimbursed taxpayers for $800 questionable expenses.
– Georgians have mixed feelings about the Internet sales tax.
– Parents in Atlanta are trying to save G.A. Towns Elementary School.
– Fayette County is the healthiest in the state.
National stories of interest…
– It looks like Obama is running his re-election campaign similar to Clinton’s campaign in 1996.
– The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is headed back to court.
– So what would retaliation by Iran after a strike on its nuclear sites look like?
– Antony Davies argues that a high corporate income tax is passed on to consumers by businesses.
– Is the federal government trying to spy on you through your game console?
– Nancy Pelosi predicts a 6-3 decision by the SCOTUS to uphold ObamaCare.
– The DCCC is targeting businesses, including Coke and Wal-Mart, that give money to the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).
– House GOP freshman apparently urged their leadership to accept a comprehensive deal with Democrats last year during the debt ceiling debate.
– Jacob Sullum goes over the three things people don’t know about the Trayvon Martin shooting.
– Yahoo! is slashing 2,000 jobs.
A few that I like…
– The Atlanta Braves kick off their season tonight in New York.
– Do you think it’s time for the US to get rid of the penny?
– 59% of Americans think Pete Rose should be in the Hall of Fame.
– Sony will release the Playstation 4 sometime next year.
– The new iPhone is coming in June.
– The Baltimore Orioles lost to a community college baseball team earlier this week.
– Riley Breckenridge v. Bud Light and Clamto