A memorial was held Thursday, April 25, 2013, in Waco for victims of the West fertilizer plant explosion.
Photos from the Bush Presidential Center dedication ceremony in Dallas on April 25, 2013.
Photos from the fertilizer plant explosion in West, Texas, on April 17, 2013.
People pray during worship services at Assumption Catholic Church and First Baptist Church in West on Sunday April 21, 2013, days after a fertilizer plant explosion killed 14 people.
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.
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!
The GAGOP Dust Up in Douglas County is settled. For the SOTU (State of the Union), will it be economy talk or gun talk? And the Georgia Legislature, Milton County anyone? And with a great January revenue report, will this be a better 2013? Finally, we'll update you on the Papal resignation. Where does a Pope go to retire?
The State Legislature started with the usual bang. The first controversy had to do with ethics reform. Then the President had a press conference where he said he'd cut $2.5 trillion dollars in spending and added revenue that would reduce the deficit--and, he said, that's not counting the $400 billion a year he's saving on the wars. I'm thinking, "fuzzy math." He's spent that war savings in at least 3 other places including Obamacare. Finally, talked with Jenny Beth Martin on Tea Party fame about what next.
It was great to be back on the air today with Tim Bryant from 6 to 9 am on WGAU. We're going to do a bold, different kind of morning talk on your way into work. Today, we talked a little BCS prep and wondered why Congress couldn't get along as well as most college football fans.
3/22/12 9:30 AM John Gizzi on Illinois and the upcoming primaries. 10:15 AM update on the new criminal justice bill, just passed out of the committee and ready to be voted on. 11:30 Peter Feaman Florida Republican National Committeeman Elect and author of “The Next Nightmare: How Political Correctness will Destroy America.” http://TheNextNightmare.com Join the conversation with Martha … call in 877-333-6620.