Last night we joined Congressman Rob Woodall and a lovely group from District 7
at Hometown BBQ in Lawrenceville. Congressman Woodall let all of us down when he expressed his
favoritism for mustard-based sauce. Charlie is still not over it and plans to primary Woodall for his next term. You can listen to the podcast here. Please do. It took Buzz a lot of wires to make it happen. To the right, you’ll see our jail house lineup. Apparently I missed the blue shirt memo.
- Karen Handel is still thinking about planning on exploring running for office.
- Lakewood is rated the 9th most dangerous city in America.
- We found an architect for the new stadium. They’re not in Georgia.
- Georgia Trend named their Most Respected Business Leader.
- Whitfield County to get ~2,000 new jobs.
- More irresponsibility leads to the tragic shooting and consequential death of a two-year old by her 5-year old brother.
- File it under ‘What the…??’- Obama heads to Mexico to share his immigration reform plans.
- After another failed rally by Georgians to grow their own food, Michelle Obama plans a closed-to-the-press signing for her book on how wonderful it is to have your own garden.
- The Justice Department is already appealing the ‘Plan B’ decision.
- A CNN Poll says only 4/10 Americans are willing to trade civil liberties for safety…and my liberty drum beats on.
- You’re never too young to start dressing risque.
- You don’t have to be dead to be declared dead. You just have to wander around the southeast for 11 years.
- It’s still too soon to have your science fair project be about explosives.
- Think before you take the free-falling vending machine goodies. Some people get fired for that.
- In response to Ed’s dismay of Georgia State’s ‘least academic, least sexy’ classification yesterday, does that really matter when they’re still ranked number so highly for sugar babies?
Today is also the National Day of Prayer.