Morning Reads for Tuesday, October 28th, 2014

On this day in 1886, the Statue of Liberty was dedicated, pictured above is the statute under construction. It is also the 100th birthday of Jonas Salk. Morning Reads after the jump…

Georgia:

  • Judge Brasher seems cool to NGP claims (DailyReport)
  • Perdue’s business background cuts both ways (NYTimes)
  • Sen. Millar returns misappropriated funds to state, but there’s still those pesky oaths he swore (gaunfiltered)
  • Barrow and Allen try to distance themselves from the negative ads they abhor (AChronicle)
  • Georgia uncovers waste by United Healthcare, but messes up termination and has to pay 7 mill. (ajc)
  • Buddy Carter picks up Savannah paper’s endorsement (SMN)
  • Rebecca Burns gives the debate edge to Nunn. Her thoughts: (Atlanta)
  • And Georgia is home to quite the world record (firstcoastnews)

National:

  • Car dealers are awful. It’s time to kill the dumb laws that keep them in business. (Vox)
  • Why the Eurozone suffers from a Germany problem (Mainly Macro)
  • Millions Of Americans’ Wages Seized Over Credit Card And Medical Debt (NPR)
  • China’s Submarines Add Nuclear-Strike Capability, Altering Strategic Balance (WSJ)
  • The marijuana industry could be bigger than the NFL by 2020 (Washington Post)
  • What has happened to journalism? Redeeming an institution that is essential to democracy (Medium)

 

4 comments

    • saltycracker says:

      Shhhh….. still reading them….and prefer to remain a closet fan of his thought provoking posts even as he tosses coins to the masses from an ivy tower….

    • Harry says:

      In the piece “Why the Eurozone suffers from a Germany problem”, the comments are more interesting than the article. It’s amazing that the lazy and unproductive club Med countries blame their problems on Germany. They are trying to make a virtue of socialist profligacy. The Eurozone and EU will soon implode from the attempt of each country to benefit at the expense of the others. The sooner the better for them.

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