The First Morning Reads of 2016

It’s the first Monday of 2016. For most of us, that means it’s time to go back to work, so, buckle up and welcome to the new year. And don’t forget, the 2016 legislative session starts a week from today.

The GOP presidential race in 2015 was divided into two parts: Before Trump and After Trump. Here’s how it went down, through the eyes of the candidates.

If you think America has never had a politician like Donald Trump, think again. He’s one of a long line of populists going back to William Jennings Bryan.

Is it any wonder, then, that white Republicans are the angriest Americans?

And speaking of angry, these white guys are angry enough to put #OregonUnderAttack.

Twice, Latinos were promised a path to citizenship if they voted for Democrats. It hasn’t happened. Will the third time be the charm?

Meanwhile, a new push by the Obama administration to deport Central American immigrants in the country illegally targets at least 11 families, including one living in Norcross.

If you think Speaker Paul Ryan is a RINO Muslim because the Omnibus passed, you should read this.

Supreme Court Justice Scalia: Government can support religion over nonreligion.

New Orleans has a streetcar named Desire. In Atlanta, some call ours a streetcar named Undesirable.

A Delta pilot feels the Christmas spirit, and returns to the gate to pick up a family trying to get to their father’s funeral.

The Southeastern Conference sets a new record with 8 bowl game wins.

One comment

  1. IndyPendant says:

    If sitting is the new standing, what could they possibly mean by making America “great” again?

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