Ah – a political hangover. Did everyone survive? Ehh, what can you do but hydrate and sleep it off? It’s the morning-morning-after. Let’s get to work, people…we’ve got others who don’t live with us and we don’t know to pay for.
- [the whistling tumbleweed] Rusty the Kidd considers switching, could give House GOP a supermajority
- New Charter Schools Commission could crank up in February
- Brace yourselves – healthcare consultants are coming. McKesson to buy Emendo
- Georgia State cuts 110 positions. GSU eliminated 110 positions this week, 25 of which were filled, to save about $4 million.
- BREAKING: Fulton County election performance called ‘horrible’, ‘a debacle’
- Atlanta 10th most “high-tech” major metro in U.S.
- For you, Baker: New Falcons stadium: What’s in it for Atlanta?
- Ex-employee accused of treatment center sexual assaults
- Former Carter’s executive indicted in alleged trading scheme
- School system saves nearly $125k through energy management. This is what I did for about 11 years. An EMS truly is a great investment.
- Of an Iranic cleric’s sentence, Rushdie Recalls Years In Hiding
- Atlanta Jewish Community Vows To Fight Child Sex Trafficking
- Speaking of hangover: Video Footage of Why Everyone Thought Diane Sawyer Was To’ Up from the Flo’ Up During Election Night. Haha – “It’s like she took an Ambien and washed it down with a pinot.”
- Pot votes in 2 states challenge US drug war. And for your listening pleasure: Boogie on Reggae Woman
- Stacey Dash Mitt Romney: ‘Clueless’ Actress Pens 1,344 Word Essay On Election
- Obama re-election protest escalates at Univ. of Mississippi; racial slurs, 2 arrests reported
- 2012 election puts spotlight on immigration reform
- This article made it’s way around social media yesterday: What the unthinkable means. It uses Israel as a historical cycle. I have many mixed feelings about this article and the topic. “The reelection last night of Barack Obama means either 1) there are more secularists in the U.S. than Christians, or 2) too many Christians have integrated the “separation of Church and State” into their hearts and compartmentalize their votes according to a) selfish desires, or b) misunderstanding the role of government.” Personally, I’m a very blessed God-loving woman; I’m thankful for my salvation and honor my God. We’re tight. I’ve had the awesome experience of getting down to the sho’ nuf side of fervent prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane. I do, however, think there should be a separation of Church and State. God wants to be chosen in our hearts, not forced upon us by zealots.
- Greek government defies protests to approve more austerity
- Argentines Prepare for Huge Anti-Government March …via social media.
- The Holes in the CIA’s Benghazi Timeline
- Powerball jackpot jumps to $168 million
- The Bert Show Twitter feed: If you’re being chivalrous and you’re going through a revolving door, who goes first, the man or woman?
- Samsung Galaxy SIII Beats iPhone 4S To Be Top-Selling Smartphone Globally In Q3; iPhone 5 To Be Top In Q4