Happy International Workers’ Day!
At least this group plans to clean up after themselves when they’re done protesting at the Capitol today.
Here’s a full schedule of all the fun-filled May Day festivities.
If marching is not your style, you can join your Occupy comrades at a screening of the movie “Koch Brothers Exposed” tonight at 7:30 PM.
Other Georgia Reads
Doug Richards rememberd 4.30.92 when things got got nasty in the wake of the Rodney King ruling.
Andre over at Georgia Unfiltered has caused no small stir by uncovering Rashad Richey’s alleged brushes with the law. Richey is the Political Director for the Georgia Democratic Party. Democrats have pushed back, and speculation abounds about Richey’s lawyer even threatening taking legal action. Georgia Progress, formerly “gapolitico” formerly “galiberal” quotes scriptures in their defense of Richey.
More on the vote by a citizens review panel against commercial flights at Briscoe Field in Gwinnett.
One year ago today Osama bin Laden was killed.
The Obama campaign released a web ad praising the President’s decision to raid bin Laden’s compound and claiming Romney would have let bin Laden live. Navy SEALs criticize the President for playing politics with the issue.
President Obama’s new campaign slogan “Forward” has an interesting history as a political slogan.
We knew Ron Paul was staying in the race until the convention, but he said yesterday that he might not support Mitt Romney against President Obama. Is anyone really surprised?
The Big Braves lost to the Pirates yesterday but are still playing well and only a half game behind the Nats.
The Celtics’ Rajon Rondo won’t be playing in game 2 tonight of their first round matchup against the Hawks. Apparently bumping the Ref will get you in some trouble. The Hawks look to take a commanding 2-0 lead over the old and whiny Celtics.
Here’s a gorgeous slam by Marvin Williams Sunday night.
Article source: http://www.peachpundit.com/2012/05/01/morning-reads-may-1-2012/