Happy Monday. Hope everyone had a good weekend and survived the sales tax holiday. I know I did, even with this sunburn. Here’s what happened over the weekend.
Be sure to plan ahead for the next BBQ tour stop with Tom Price.
The militarization of domestic police.
The Atlanta VA is adding a new specialty care clinic, hopefully this improves their recent track record.
Ellis has managed to get a delay to his corruption trial.
With all the hoopla about the Hot Lanes on 85, no one really seems to care about toll lanes on 75.
The Hill’s take on our senate race.
Eric Cantor and shutting down the government: no one is advocating for it.
Wait, this guy hasn’t stepped down yet?
Pretty sure President Obama didn’t lay out any real details of changes to the NSA in his speech, jut vague “reforms,” yet some Republicans are still freaking out.
Maybe, not likely but hopefully, this can help lead to a start for real dialogue. I won’t give my hopes up yet.
Last week Robert Mugabe won the poll, this week the results are being challenged in court.
Who wants American fast food?