On this day in 1864, the Civil War takes to Waynesboro, Georgia.
Also on this day in 1945, the Senate approved the participation of the U.S. in the U.N. Yay!
And if you’re having trouble getting in the Christmas spirit….
- 2 City of Dalton police officers are on leave after cursing out a school bus full of children. On camera.
- Statesboro got their first elected female mayor on Tuesday.
- From my blog: The growing Regionalism trend in Georgia.
- Rossville man banned in 4 Georgia counties.
- If you say you’re going to marry someone, that’s a promise and you have to follow through. Paging GA Supreme Court.
- Giving back: Georgia veteran gets mortgage-free home in Atlanta.
Jimmy (and maybe Jason) Carter
- Elizabeth Warren is definitely not running in 2016 and she would like to complete her term. Someone from GA HD54/now GA-11 candidate would support this initiative. “Don’t abandon your seat!” ::eyeroll::
- #Shutdown redux? Maybe that instead of the usual December legislation “cram” session.
- Reactions to trouble: “[Clinton] moved to the middle, Obama always moves left.“
- A New York Councilwoman blames religion and race for “knockout” game but it doesn’t exactly add up.
- Obama wants to host ‘SportsCenter’ when he retires. If you like your team, you can keep it.
- Little Richard is 81. And looks younger than every. single. one of us.
- Boeing not on the mainland?
- I can’t think of anything that would be more annoying in a small, oxygen-controlled space…
- Ladies…weight may soon be controlled by a “higher” power.
- Top 10 charities of 2013.
- I don’t know how old this article is, but I stumbled upon it recently. It’s an interesting perspective on sheep, wolves and underlying defense purposes.
- Guardian to be charged with terrorism over Snowden leaks?
- A couple California cities aim to ban more stuff…because until everything is banned, they’ll just keep going.
- A growing need for house sitters?
- Chick-fil-a ditching badness for yummy goodness.