Saxby Chambliss on Edward Snowden: 'We need to hang him on the court house square'

In a speech at the University of Georgia, the former Georgia Republican U.S. senator and vice-chair of the Intelligence Committee had some sharp words for the infamous leaker.



Our AJC colleague Katie Leslie reports the Atlanta City Council passed a resolution asking Gov. Nathan Deal to study how to add to Stone Mountain:

And Creative Loafing reports that Valdosta activist Mark George, of the Mary Turner Project, filed a 37-page civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Justice against Deal and the General Assembly because:



A pair of former Mitt Romney pollsters are out with a new memo questioning the wisdom of placing a golden opportunity for a lesser-known candidate at the whims of polls that survey as few as 210 Republican primary voters across the country.

As Jarrett Lewis and Nathan Klein write:

Lewis and Klein say in addition to talking to more people, the polls should be weighted to early-voting states, where voters have gotten to know the huge field of candidates better. They also say the polls should ask voters whether they plan to vote in the primary, a different universe of people than self-identified Republicans.


Cruz, according to GAPundit's Todd Rehm, is adding a 4 p.m. stop at Sprayberry's BBQ in Newnan to his Aug. 8 itinerary in the state, when he goes from speaking at the RedState Gathering in Atlanta to a 7 p.m. Muscogee County GOP event in Columbus.

That same day after his own RedState speech, Huckabee is off to Perry to a 8th Congressional District GOP fish fry at the state fairgrounds.


But you need not worry about a name change, since the Globetrotters are now based in Phoenix. Yes, Phoenix.

From the Gwinnett Daily Post:

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