How will the Sequester effect Georgia? Daytona 500 made history in a couple of ways. Danica Patrick at the pole position and a horrific crash. Will the PC'ers try to change NASCAR? DeKalb Schools will hear from the Governor today. Already heard from Judge Story on Friday. And I watched a little of the Oscars. Disappointed the 5 Bonds didn't show, but wasn't Shirley Bassi great!
There are 3 big things happening on our radar today. First the Andrea Sniderman case. She's the one who hired out to have her husband killed, allegedly. Then juxtapose that with the Oscar Pistorius case, which is falling apart for the prosecution. Why do these high profile cases look so difficult. Then, Tim and I are going to have some fun with the Braves and their upcoming season. Finally, Rep. Emory Dunahoo will check in with us on Ethics on the Republican side and we'll have Sen. Lester Jackson later in the program to rebut. And it's Oscar weekend, not Pistorius, but Academy Awards.
The three big things you need to know today: Storms, Senate, Reed Weather Storm Update--Richard Sangster will fill us in. Now that it looks like Rep. Paul Broun is in, who will run for his seat? We'll look at it. And who is the consensus Democrat, you might be surprised. Football and the stadium, why it's Mayor Reed's top priority. It's Super Bowl Weekend and I'm picking the Ravens. Just can't support the 49ers, even though they are NFC. And look at this great kid "president" and his pep talk. If this doesn't make you laugh, nothing will.
Senator Saxby Chambliss announced his retirement Friday and that begins the race to see who replaces him. Rep. John Barrow wants non-partisan redistricting, I wonder why? Pres. Obama and Hillary Clinton sit down for an interview on Sunday. What does it mean? And I spent some time at the Bulldog 100--Best Bulldog Businesses.
President Barack Obama urged the Senate on Thursday (January 24) to confirm without delay his appointment of Mary Jo White to head the Securities and Exchange Commission and his renomination of Richard Cordray as chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Obama, in announcing the staff decisions at the White ...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have reached an agreement on a filibuster reform deal.
Paul Broun came out strongly against the Debt Ceiling and Lynn Westmoreland has an explanation as to why this deal is a good one. I've reached out to all the members and we'll talk about it. Then, Phil Mickleson states the obvious. If he has to continue paying 63% of his income to live in California, he might be considering a move. He gets a backlash from the likes of blogging college professors on his work ethic and then preemptively apologizes. Should he have done that? No! He's worked hard to be one of 125 exempt tour players. He practices every day, probably since he was 12 years old and he travels every week from January to November. It's a great way to make a living but it's hard staying at the top. Phil, we'll take you in Georgia and we've got great golf courses. Maybe the legislature will get ...
Vice President Joe Biden stirs speculation he's considering a 2016 presidential run.
Stars from Hollywood joined political big wigs at the Creative Coalition Inaugural Ball in Washington, DC.
President Barack Obama mentioned gay rights Monday during his inaugural address, making him the first president to do so.