Here in Georgia…
– James Richardson explains Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed’s gay problem.
– President Obama is coming to Atlanta today.
– Former President Jimmy Carter is back in the news.
– The New York Times takes a look at Sandy Springs, a model private city.
– Joanie Scott commits an act of journalism by parsing through allegedly shady activities by Henry Count Chairwoman BJ Mathis.
National stories of interest…
– Americans say that President Obama overreached by using his executive power to conceal documents related to the Fast and Furious scandal.
– James Pethokoukis looks at the potential chaos of a collapse of the Euro.
– Hundreds of billions spent on welfare, but the poverty rate remains relatively unchanged.
– Avik Roy explains that Chief Justice Roberts is likely to write the opinion in ObamaCare and why that means the individual mandate and other parts of the law are probably toast.
– Cranberry growers could soon feel the pinch of nanny staters.
– David Axelrod’s former firm profited from trying to sell ObamaCare to the public.
– The Supreme Court has reaffirmed the Citizens United decision.
– Iran is threatening to close the Strait of Hormuz if sanctions kick in.
– Mercatus looks at the possible outcomes of the ObamaCare case.
– There is trouble brewing in the Ron Paul movement.
– The Supreme Court shot down mandatory life sentences for juveniles.
– So far this election cycle, campaigns and PACs have raked in almost $3 billion.
Other links around the web…
– The black market accounts for 22.67% of world GDP.
– Blair Walsh may have figured out his kicking problems.
– A signed copy of the Emancipation Proclamation will be auctioned today.
– These jeans have a clear pocket so you can see your smartphone.