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.
9:15 Erick Erickson on the Political landscape and the presidential race 9:30 Ron Hart: My best friend from college died suddenly of the "widow maker" in November. 10:30 Ralph Peters FOX News on-air Strategic Analyst and Retired Lt Col Ralph Peters is one of the country’s leading military experts and will discuss Israel and the US’s crisis talks on Iran as well as developments in Afghanistan. His new novel, Cain at Gettysburg, is out this week and has been praised as one of the best popular counts of the seminal battle in the American Civil War ever written. 11:05 in studio, Members of the DAV in Gainesville whose charter is being revoked by the state chapter. 11:30 reporters from Bloomberg news who say the Ga Lottery is worst lottery in the county as far as payouts. We'll look at their methodology.
9:15 Sen. Chip Rogers on the legislative session and the hit the Senate took on Peach Pundit today. 9:30 Rep. Terry England, chair of the Budget Committee on how we are spending 900+ million more dollars this year over last and to defend himself on the taking out of context his remarks on the Fetal Pain bill. 10:30 Mike Howe on the Mexican Trucking Program and the status of truck requirements travelling in the continental 11:05 Rep. Lynn Westmoreland, on being voted the most conservative member in Congress 11:30 wind down to the weekend with Miss Flick Chick, Maitland McDonaugh
Randy Evans Column No. 1111 Georgia Prisons: Spending Smarter Not More J. Randolph Evans Column No. 1111 (3/9/12) ONE BILLION DOLLARS. That is how much the State of Georgia spends every year on corrections. According to the Report of the Special Council on Criminal Justice Reform for Georgians, "[d]uring the past two decades, the prison population in Georgia has more than doubled to nearly 56,000.
9:15 Erick Erickson 9:30 Ron Hart 9:45 Smartest Kids in the Nation, Local Student Qualifies to compete in the Intel Science Talent Search. 10:30 Mr. Barry representing the Georgia Horseracing Coalition will be to discuss Horseracing efforts here in Georgia. 11:30 Journey for the Arts. Dawsonville man, Allen Ferg, is hiking the Appalachian Trail for the Arts. We will talk with Kristen Cloud from the Dawson County Arts Council.
Join Martha early 6AM Thurs & Fri Martha Zoller will be filling in for Tim Bryant on Thursday and Friday for North GA's Morning News from 6AM – 9AM. Joel Aaron will be in for Martha from 9-noon. Thursday 3/8/12 9 AM Joshua Morris will sit in with Joel for the first hour and will talk Super Tuesday, stories of the day and local politics. 9:30 John Gizzi of Human Events 10:15 Bridget Johnson - PJ Media -Washington DC Editor 11:30 Charlotte Hays on Crony Cutting in the Military:
Join Martha early 6AM Thurs & Fri Martha Zoller will be filling in for Tim Bryant on Thursday and Friday for North GA's Morning News from 6AM – 9AM. Joel Aaron will be in for Martha from 9-noon. Get Super Tuesday results on Wed. with Martha from 9-noon.
It's Super Tuesday! 9:00 Matt Schlapp, former GWB aide on the results. 9:15 John Ashcroft, former AG for GWB on the Romney results 9:30 Journalist Steve Jacob shares why an upcoming doctor shortage in Georgia will blunt health reform's effect. 10:30 American Principles in Action Executive Director, Andresen Blom. Explains Anti DOMA 11:30 Jenny Beth Martin on the role of the Tea Party in 2012