Ron’s under the weather this morning so I’ll be filling in for a brief selection of morning reads. A thanks to him, Jason, and Saba for doing this every morning.
Posting will generally be light around here for the weekend as well. It’s Holy Week. Whether that means Passover, Easter, or The Masters to you, take a bit of time away from politics this weekend. We’ll see you back on Monday.
The City To Busy To Hate now seems to be The City Unable To Not Race-Bait. Truly sad that a flyer depicting Atlanta School Superintendent Erroll Davis as a member of the KKK has been injected into the always controversial process of school redistricting.
The Rome News-Tribune is out with some preliminary campaign disclosures. The filing deadline is midnight tonight. Disclosures should be available online, but the state “Transparency” commission often has computer difficulty in making this happen, and remains woefully underfunded to achieve its mission of transparency. Which is most likely by design.
Governor Nathan Deal has asked the GBI to take over the sex offender board, hoping to clear a growing backlog of cases.
Warner Robbins is among the fastest growing areas in the country. We mock you, housing crisis.
Proving the NIMBYs have taken over the land where I grew up yet no longer recognize, Tyrone residends do not want a gun range next to their Publix.
Stories of National “Interest”:
CNBC has some commentary on the effects of the JOBS Act, signed into law by President Obama yesterday.
While the JOBS Act demonstrates a Republican Congress and a Democrat Controlled Senate can pass legislation President Obama can sign, The Democrats still don’t have a budget plan. Someone check my math, but I think it’s been 1072 days since they have.
Keith Olberman’s most current TV Divorce is headed to court. Get that man a reality show.
And the Miscellaney:
Happy Birthday to Doug Deal.
Bobby Patrino apparently had a fling with a younger co-worker. Falcons fans hope he has just begun a long term relationship with Karma.
Upcoming cars were revealed at the New York Auto Show.