Officials say that over 30,000 runners participated in the 102nd Bay to Breakers Sunday morning and as of noon that day, San Francisco Police had yet to report any notable incidents.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's investigative reporters broke the story about widespread cheating on tests in Atlanta Public Schools in December, 2008, and we've continued digging ever since.
The Georgia legislature is heating up in the final days. Even Sen. Josh McKoon is getting mad and he never gets mad. We'll talk about who was at the receiving end. The Ryan Budget passed. It's ceremonial and won't go anywhere in the Senate. And they did pass a CR to finish the year. Should there be negotiations? Is the NFL being smacked down to something less than what it is? and We'll talk to Zev Charetz, author of a book about Roger Ailes. Ailes is one of those guys if he did everything he was accused of, he wouldn't have time for anything else. What we do know is he made something out of nothing with the Fox News Channel.
The U. S. Senate race to replace Saxby Chambliss is heating up, we've got the inside scoop. Then, the legislature has just a few more days and fireworks, real and issue oriented are on the table. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is having a meeting and they are talking about fracking. On the surface they looked like they were including all points of view, but that changed earlier this week. And the Bible miniseries continues to break viewing records. Finally, we will be talking about Ben Carson again, an interesting take on him and the other men who may run for in 2016.
With all the changes in views of policy makers on Same Sex Marriage, we thought we'd help you with the scorecard. Economic Development is the mantra of Georgia's administration, we'll look at the Atlanta Stadium Vote and Columbus' stab at whitewater. And the countdown starts to the Sine Die under the Gold Dome. What will be the big issues. And for fun, the Smithsonian is looking at first in flight and maybe a Georgia man will be included.
The Tea Party continues to be a topic of conversation. Wiht Rand Paul winning the CPAC straw poll it will continue. Atlanta Stadium comes up for a vote today. Todd Rehm on the Georgia Legislature. What will be the unexpected issue be? And for fun, Sugar Hill (and other cities around the country with "sugar" in them) is offered $4.7 million to change the name of its town to SugarDaddies.com.
The Ga GOP race for Chairman is heating up and the speaker list is being revealed. What does the grassroots think? Then, the Governor strikes back at the NAACP that, frankly, insulted him. No other way to put it. The Ryan Budget is interesting on many levels. And, should UPS and FedEx be responsible for the contents of what they ship? If so, should the Post Office be included?
Today is Crossover Day Under the Gold Dome. Tim and I will pick winners and losers in this battle and then we can check our record tomorrow. Then, we'll talk the DeKalb County School Board resignation and what that means going forward. And a big day for the Feds. Votes and Committee meetings on the Sequester and on the Continuing Resolution and Mr. Paul goes to Washington and for geeks like me, I loved it. And what's happening with the Papal Conclave.
It's almost Crossover Day in the Georgia General Assembly, we'll talk to Sen. David Shafer. There's still a lot of misinformation on Georgia Power and the cost overruns at Plant Vogtle. Who's right? FAMU hazing folks had their charges changed in the beating death of Mr. Champion. What does this mean and what is the culture? Finally for fun, why are we not sleeping? Dr. Michael Thorpy did a study of the most sleepless cities. Savannah in the top 10...must be all the ghosts. I think Athens and Gainesville ought to be there, too.
Today is the final day before the sequester. Rep. Tom Price and Sen. Marco Rubio collaborate on a solution, they say there are 45 billion in "unspent" allocations that would off set all the cuts. AG Sam Olens on Section 5 and the SCOTUS. Catholics around the world will say farewell to the Pope--last day for the Pope Emeritas. And for fun -- Titanic II?