Morning Reads for Wednesday, June 13

“What is happiness? It is the moment before you need more happiness.” – Don Draper

Here in Georgia:

National Stories of Interest:

Links I like:


  1. saltycracker says:

    Voting for a self-serving politician that supports your views is “compromising” – I know he is a drunk/abuser/cheater/bad boy/______ but he is a good provider.

  2. Calypso says:

    Buzz, I’ll be succinct as I want to catch you on here before you go about your days work. I asked earlier, and got no response, what and who defines the difference (if any) of the following: 1) a dinner paid for by a lobbyist and properly reported and, 2) a new car paid for by a lobbyist and properly reported?

    What I’m trying to ask is when does a gift, such as a dinner, become a bribe such as a car, even though both are properly reported?

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