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.
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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