Kennesaw State and Southern Poly Tech hit a bump in the road. Kelly Loeffler decides not to run and now the field is set. Caterpillar exec tells us what is a barrier to manufacturing. Steve Eubanks writes about the 2001 Army Navy Game.
Rep. John Barrow got to question Kathleen Sebelius and his opponent released a press release. Rep. Calvin Hill dies and more state dates. Local elections around the corner, we'll fill you in.] And the worst Halloween costumes.
Big Day today on Georgia's Morning news. We'll talk about the PSC Town Hall sponsored by the Green Tea movement. Protesters in Atlanta don't want Coke to sponsor the Russian Olympics. John Barrow is on Cavuto and Gov. Deal chimes in on the website. And we'll talk to Sen. Rick Santorum about a Max Lucado book he's turning into movie. Ron Hart on his newest column and Beatles or Stones?
Gwinnett County had their first Chili Cookoff with lots of candidates. Broun won the Senate straw poll and Hice won for the 10th. Obamacare--10 Democrat Senators jump ship? \ Green Tea and Sierra Club host rate case town halls in Athens and Gainesville. And Mark Richt on the games ahead.
Seems by the hour, there are more problems with Obamacare. We'll tell you who is in and who is out. Then, Tom Graves draws an opponent. And it seems by the hour, traffic is getting worse, but does 50 cents really keep you off Georgia 400? And Ron Hart and Bernie Marcus join us.
Rep. Tommy Benton, a former Georgia history teacher, is worried about moving monuments like the statue of Thomas Watson around. Kevin Abernathy asks for an ethics investigation of ethics, and Paulding County citizens baulk. What worries the GAGOP most, the GOP. And Georgia's got Talent--they are coming.
"60 Minutes" the leadership PACs. EPA in ATL to talk CO2 Mark Richt joins us. And Thomays Watson statue relocated.
Debt Deal is in place, what does it mean? Common Core and the debate. DeKalb County former super pleads, Cherokee County school board member indicted. And we'll wrap up the discussion of the debt deal.
Government shutdown deal comes apart. Fundraising numbers in Georgia. PSC and Obama phones. Bob Barr, Johnny Isakson and Ron Hart join us, too.
Looks like we have a deal. What does it mean to GOP house members? Washington Redskins? Is it more of a "dis" to be Washington? Karen Handel pulls out the big guns in Sue Everhart. Movies and running, what do they have in common.
Between the bad launch of Obamacare's website and the bungling of death benefits for the fallen, it's been a bad week. Oh, and there's a government shutdown and a debt ceiling deadline. We'll update you on Common Core with Nancy Jester, a possible state school super candidate. David Perdue posts a big number and the FBI is called in on the ethics commission problems. Karen Handel joins us live and we'll wrap up the week.
Shame on the DOD and the White House. We'll tell you why. More candidates in the races in Georgia. Injury football, are they lowering the center of gravity and exposing the knees? And Callista Gingrich on Yankee Doodle Dandy!
Condi Rice, Pat Dye, David Greene and the NCAA. More candidates in the Senate race and in congressional races. CR antics and dueling press conferences. Ron Hart joins us.
Looks like there won't be a tax on bicycles. Sen. Isakson rolls out his biennial budget plan and swings at Ted Cruz. Looks like the Atlanta sports curse is alive and well, Go Dawgs! And Freedomworks on why Republicans are winning.
I'll be rocking my grandbaby the rest of the week.
Sen. Don Balfour was indicted on 16 counts of ethics violations. The CR is up to the end and it looks like a government shutdown. Bicycle politics, what does it mean. And Deb Dietzler on UGA Alums.
We'll be talking to Sen. Chambliss and Sen. Isakson today. Jere Morehead on fundraising and funds. LSU, two days away. And a great program for veterans.
Ted Cruz takes to the well of the Senate, but don't call it a filibuster. The military is putting limits on tattoos. Gov. Rick Scott takes the Nathan Deal path on Common Core. and Ron Hart on the SEC.
The EPA is doing with regs what it couldn't do legislatively. DuBose Porter says he's a "bald-headed, fat, redneck" but why? Namecalling in the Senate..who's the anarchist?
The Governor goes after the AJC and they respond. What does it mean? Tom Graves gets lots of attention this weekend on defunding Obamacare and the CR. Not the attention turns to the Senate. Atlanta Stadium deal, finally? Braves clinch.