Morning Read For Monday September 10th.

Tomorrow is the 11th Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The GT College Republicans are having a Memorial Service (details below). If you know of other services or gatherings please add them in the comment section.

9/11 Memorial Service at Georgia Tech

Who: Georgia Tech College Republicans (GTCR)
What: Memorial Service for the events of September 11th, 2001
Where: Georgia Tech campus, in front of the Skiles Classroom Building
When: Tuesday, 11 September 2012 from 11:00 A.M. to 12:00 A.M.
Why: The purpose of this memorial service is to honor the victims, first responders, and service members of our Armed Forces who were involved in the terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania. The GTCR intends to unite the campus and individuals across the political spectrum for one common American cause.
By remembering and honoring the fallen from 9/11, we will grow stronger as a nation and move forward amidst a turbulent world.

Georgia Reads

– Telegraph: Setting charter school record straight.
– Gainesville, Hall schools participate in teacher evaluation pilot.
– Two education stories re: Bibb County: Teachers say classroom discipline rules aren’t enforced as Bibb eliminates permanent expulsion from their punishment options.
– Eight Georgia schools were given Blue Ribbons by the Federal DOE.
– Tom Graves is spending less on his Congressional Office this year.

National Reads

– Teachers in Chicago will go on strike.
– Your creepy campaign photo of the day, courtesy of VP Biden as he tries to cozy up to blue collar voters.
– If Romney wins, Lady Gaga wants us to join her on another planet.
– Going to Church doesn’t necessarily lead to daily Bible reading.
– Those saying the Presidential Election is over need to remember the 1980 campaign. Erick comments on those calling the election for the President.
Jamie Dupree and Jim Galloway have Party Convention wrap-ups.
– RCP Polling Average: Obama 47.8, Romney 46..

Other Reads

– The Falcons had a solid win on the road yesterday.
– The Braves swept the Mets and have won 5 in a row.
– Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray play for the U.S. Open Tennis Championship today.
– It took her three sets, but Serena Williams won another Women’s U.S. Open Title.
– The latest college football rankings.

Bonus Read: News from the “most ethical” state in America.

11 comments

  1. I’m just glad none of my UGA friends followed through on their threats to hurt themselves before the 4th quarter of Saturday’s game. I was getting worried there for a minute. The dawgs rallied and saved many a life.

    • saltycracker says:

      In private unions the target is sharing corporate profits. In public unions the target is public dollars and publically elected leaders. The idea that they are legal is a bad one.

  2. Rick Day says:

    So…”Republicans”…CERTAINLY not hoping to recruit students into their ranks, are the ONLY humans that have the ‘heart’ to yet ONE MORE TIME politicize tragedy to political gain? (The well worn implied ‘well, since LIB’RELS won’t take PR chum, we will, therefore we are ‘more American, therefore more worthy’ to lead’ strategy. Morals, yo!).

    So when is the Pearl Harbor Memorial Service to be scheduled? Gettysburg? Oh right, the death is less horrible because one was wearing a uniform at the time. Way to support the military, young Republicans!

    Good grief; will this drum beating ever end??

  3. Toxic Avenger says:

    Georgia Tech College Democrats will also be holding an event to remember those that were lost on 9/11, as well as to celebrate the lives they led.

    It will be at 6 pm on the Klaus Building Lawn.

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