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- Thank those who came before and remember the sacrifices. The War for the Port is over.
- The pollsters that misjudged a rather significant election by 34 points last night work for Jack Kingston. They can explain.
- We’re the 10th most small-business friendly state in the nation, according to Governing. Atlanta comes in 21st among metro areas. Unfortunately for the governor, this is a magazine people have heard of.
- The 150th anniversary of the Atlanta Campaign is a month ahead and Fletcher Moore has a beautiful long-form tracing the Georgians in gray.
- Meet the 19-year-old who ran a successful mayoral campaign in Athens/ makes me feel bad about myself.
- Excellent news: the sexual harassment complaint against the Waffle House CEO might be nothing but extortion.
- Terrible news: he still didn’t want this woman to keep $1,000.
- Two Georgians are in the conversation for Majority Leader—it’s a good year to be named Tom—but the important thing is that all of us in the red state have become newly “emboldened.” I had no idea.
- Looking forward to the vox populii on last night’s stunning news thanks to this guy, of all people. At least he’s hot.
- Podhoretz lays out exactly how the Obama White House could misjudge the Berghdal PR so badly.
- George Will’s weekly column went a bit too far and drew some criticism, of which this is the best. Who knew a debate on rape could get so vitriolic?
- Given that Cantor’s defeat probably dooms immigration reform for at least a year, read what Americans want on immigration cross-referenced with age and media consumption. Guess which way elderly Fox News viewers went?
- The Case of the Incandescent Confederates.
- Remember when we were young and foolish at 3 PM yesterday and the Tea Party was dead?
- Virginia’s Medicaid fight is getting ugly. Can you imagine if troublesome senators in Georgia left office for a cushy government job with a whiff of quid pro quo? Sure glad that never happens here.
- All the Cantor data-journalism you could ever want, most of it pointless and silly.