Noted screamer Rush Limbaugh last week asked if civil rights leaders such as Congressman John Lewis, D-Atlanta, would have been beaten up had they carried guns. ("I'm just asking," he said.) To which Lewis replied: "African Americans in the 60s could have chosen to arm themselves, but we made a conscious decision not to. We were convinced that peace could not be achieved through violence. Violence begets violence, and we believed the only way to achieve peaceful ends was through peaceful means."
Chip Rogers, the former right-wing state senator who resigned late last year to join Georgia Public Broadcasting, will be paid a $150,000 salary. He better come up with some great programming.
And yes, today's the day we find out if the Atlanta Falcons visit the Super Bowl. A Spotify playlist made by Mayor Kasim Reed (or his social media team) in advance of today's game includes such feelgood hits as Ludacris' "Move, Bit%$," Simple Minds' "Don't You (Forget About Me)," and Coldplay (!).
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Mo gibs muh 'dat.
One step forward, two steps back.
Hey "Here's Your Editorial", what does Dale Earnhardt Junior have to do with this article?