– Leadership positions in the House and Senate Republican Caucuses are up for grabs this week. (insert rumors and wild speculation here).
– Flipped classrooms are a great idea in my opinion.
– Georgia unlikely to implement Obamacare healthcare exchanges.
– This actually exists. Come on people.
– An earthquake in Kentucky yesterday was felt in metro Atlanta.
– Former President Carter joins the Board of Trustees of Mercer University. No word yet from Mercer’s most famous alum Erick Erickson.
– Q&A with Frank Poe, head of the World Congress Center. News Flash: he supports building a new stadium.
Charlie may need to find somewhere else to donate needless traffic enforcement money.
– CIA Chief David Petraeus resigned Friday afternoon amid rumors of an affair.
– A recommendation to ignore the President and go over the fiscal cliff because it doesn’t really exist.
– Herman Cain says form a 3rd Party but Paulians not welcome.
– Glow in the dark “smart lanes” being tested in Europe. Good idea or Agenda 21?
– Isreal fires back at Syria.
– 250,000 people still without power in New York.
– The Falcons lost to the dreaded Saints.
– Texas A&M shook up the college football National Championship picture. Gig’Em Aggies!
– The Dawgs punched their ticket to the SEC Championship game.
– Georgia Tech suddenly finds itself back in the hunt for the Coastal Division title.
– The Jackets basketballers opened the new McCamish Pavilion with a win.
– It’s splitsville for Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. No word from Jason Pye.