Here in Georgia…
– It has apparently been rough for judges in North Georgia over the last two years.
– In order to keep gas and others costs downs, some school systems in Georgia are cutting bus stops.
– We’re getting close to $4/gallon.
– $31 million in tax refunds are unclaimed by Georgians.
– Georgia’s Stand Your Ground law is being challenged in federal court.
National stories of interest…
– 62% disapprove of Barack Obama’s handling of gas prices.
– Coca-Cola has cut ties with the American Legislative Exchange Council.
– The Fix argues that Ron Paul is more important than Newt Gingrich.
– Netflix, which supported SOPA, has launched its own PAC.
– FiveThirtyEight takes a look at Ron Paul’s campaign, comparing it to four years ago.
– Tim Lynch argues that Florida’s Stand Your Ground law is not responsible for the death of Trayvon Martin.
– Steve Chapman explains why attacks on the Supreme Court are bad for our Constitution.
– The Obama Administration is backing off a requirement for federal contractors to discloses their political donations.
– Ken Rosenthal says that the Miami Marlins should suspend Ozzie Guillen.
– Is Iran willing to compromise on their nuclear program?
– The Supreme Court is about to take up its first post-Citizens United case.
– FDR would have opposed Social Security today.
– Scholars from the Mercatus Center looked at stimulus funding passed since 1953, finding that it does little to nothing to get the economy moving.
– Sen. Dick Lugar is facing an ad barrage in support of his primary opponent from conservative groups.
A few that I like…
– Braves drop to 0-4 to start the season.
– Chipper Jones will be back in the lineup tonight.
– Facebook bought Instagram for $1 billion.
– Here are some tips for spending less on gas.
– Pro Football Talk takes a guess which players teams will select in the upcoming NFL Draft.