The Perspicacious Conservative has some back story on the primary challenge of Chip Rogers by Brandon Beach. She’s looking at you John Albers.
The 1% ers at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are backing John Barrow in his re-election bid.
Fulton County Schools becomes the largest Charter School System in the state.
Gwinnett County doesn’t believe you need more than one shade of Grey.
Kyle Wingfield wonders if taxpayers are about to buy a new stadium at the peak of the NFL’s earning power. Anyone else here buy a state of the art mcmansion in 2007? How’s that working out for you?
Across The Nation:
Speaking of 2007 all over again, JPMorgan Chase lost $2 Billion this quarter on their trading desks. CEO Jamie Diamon responds “I got your ‘too big to fail’ right here.”
Courtesy of your bailout money, subprime bonds have value again.
And For Randomness:
Those Fisker Karma’s that taxpayers subsidized so a few Americans can buy $100K electric cars made in Europe? They’re not selling so well, but those that are are HOT.
Our friends at Creative Loafing give you 5 things to do today just in case you just now realized it’s Friday and you didn’t plan for crap this weekend. **shakes head, looks in mirror**