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- Senator Isakson declared he had “no more important responsibility as a member of the United States Senate” than the expansion of Savannah’s port.
- Jim Galloway stares in to the US Senate race abyss and sees Romney/Gingrich 2012 resemblances that stare back.
- The Cobb County Atlanta Braves have released a projected drawing of their new park.
- Continuing coverage of the fascinating Denson vs. Denson race in Athens, complete with “Tim Denson on taxes and how we can pay for all that stuff.”
- Harry Reid “can’t vote” for Michael Boggs, a Georgia Court of Appeals judge, blue dog Democrat, and Obama’s nominee for U.S. District Court.
- Keep your eyes open lest the Newnan Times Herald jack your copyright.
- Haven ATL hopes to end Atlanta’s role as a sex-trafficking hub.
- As a general principle, no one should be murdered for urinating.
- The largest election in human history is ongoing, and the New York Times is willing to use a gif to tell you about it.
- From the Aleutian Islands to the Florida Keys, thank God someone found Casey Kasem.
- Ideas Dan Brown didn’t use: is our musical scale based on Nazi propaganda? (No, probably not.)
- France, if you could not sell Russia warships that would be great.
- Britain’s xenophobic far-right is “shaking up” Albion’s politics. Witness the dark side of the multiparty system American reformers always want.
- The media lords who rule the New York Times fired their executive editor, Jill Abramson. Early reports suggest she was fired for asking for a salary as high as her male predecessor, being bossy, and meddling with the primal forces of nature.
- The Zodiac Killer is my father. No, not my father, this guy’s father.
- A Mayo Clinic trial found that cancer cells were killed when injected with a “massive blast of [the] measles vaccine.” It’s a good news/bad news situation for the doctors that get to explain that.
- Bottom story of the day: Hillary Clinton might run for president.
The Morning Reads are an open thread. What do ya got?