Morning Reads for Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

Today marks the 52nd anniversary of the Orly Air Disaster. Morning reads, after the jump…

National:

  • Why the Republican Party Attracts Provocateurs, Faux Martyrs, and Grifters (Slate)
  • The Vacant Soul Of John McCain (Esquire)
  • How the VA developed its culture of coverups (Washington Post)
  • The Inside Story of Oculus Rift and How Virtual Reality Became Reality (Wired)
  • How ‘competitiveness’ became one of the great unquestioned virtues of contemporary culture (London School of Economics)
  • Physicists Prove Surprising Rule of Threes (Wired)
  • • New World wine resurrects old religion (Aeon)
  • • How the NRA Rewrote the Second Amendment (Politico)
  • • Your Old CDs Aren’t Just Aging; They’re Actively Dying (The Atlantic)
  • • The truth about bug spray (MoJo)

Georgia:

  • With West Point nearing Max capacity, Kia is looking to….Mexico (Leftlanenews)
  • The Fulton County Republican Party has a new web site. (FCRP)
  • Congrats, Juliette, you are home to America’s dirtiest plant (WXIA-Richards)
  • But Georgia Power doesn’t want new regs, make their case Stan Wise! (Telegraph)
  • Lonzy throwin’ ‘bos over election shenanigans (Telegraph)
  • Atlanta VA third-worst for veteran wait times (AJC)
  • But that’s out of 152, so really the glass is 1.97% full.
  • Many doctors don’t bother getting malpractice insurance (ajc)
  • Carter visits Savannah, talks paths to victory (SMN)

 

 

2 comments

  1. Scott65 says:

    Stan Wise…always looking out for the common man. (extreme sarcasm there if you dont get it)

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