Morning Reads for Friday, January 31, 2014

PSA: No cars were frustratingly abandoned in the assembly of this morning’s linkage.

– All the whining aside, aren’t Georgians great?
– Chipper gives Freddie a ride home.
– Atlanta’s a finalist to host Final Four again between 2017 and 2020.
– Q&A with two out of three candidates for GA Legislature District 2.
– UGA moot court team wins again.
– Atlanta taxi companies unhappy with Uber.


– Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Nostropolis) to retire. Plan your Halloween accordingly.
myRA. Surely the government can manage your retirement better than you can.
– Way to go Maryland. Beretta moving facility and 300 jobs to Tennessee.
– Projectile projecting.
– I wonder which pocket Constitution he uses.
Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace Prize.
– There’s some big deal football game on Sunday.
– Why, of course, the GOP deal on immigration is going to be really bad. You were expecting something different?

Random Everywhere:
– This sounds like a Super Bowl commercial drinking game to me…
The Clydesdales are always a winner.
– Admit it. We all know one. Here’s hoping they weren’t invited to your party this Sunday.


  1. Dave Bearse says:

    So whatever happened to former Georgia Commissioner of Revenue Bart Graham who was ousted by Deal for answering questions that exposed Deal’s unethical efforts to use his Congressional office to retain a lucrative non-bid contract that was inefficient to the state? Likewise Graham’s simple direct answers exposed Larry O’Neal furtively using the influence of his public office to create an individual $100,000 tax savings for a special friend client.

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