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Alabama Society of CPAs endorses Justice Sellers for Supreme Court

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter The Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants endorsed Alabama Supreme Court Associate Justice Will Sellers ahead of the 2018 Republican primary. “I’m overwhelmed with the endorsement from the Alabama Society of CPAs,” Sellers said. “Accountants know first-hand of the need for a stable legal and regulatory environment for business Read More

First arrests made in Birmingham Water Works Board probe

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The chairwoman of the scandal-plagued Birmingham Water Works Board and two others were arrested Wednesday on felony ethics charges. BWW chairwoman Sherry Lewis was indicted by a special grand jury earlier this week on charges of misusing her office for personal gain, or the gain of a family member, Read More

Google removes misleading Highway 31 ads

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill  announced that he has been working with Google to remove recent ads from the internet that are seen as misleading to voters about the election process. “Recent reports to the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office indicated the existence of an ad that was Read More

There is no mob chasing Roy Moore

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter It’s the gays. That’s who’s causing all this trouble for poor ol’ Roy Moore. Making up all of these dadgum phony allegations against him. Or maybe it’s the “transgender mafia,” as one Moore surrogate proclaimed out loud and with a straight face recently. Or it could be the mainstream Read More

Moore campaign threatens to sue anti-Moore super PAC Highway 31

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter The Roy Moore Senate campaign blasted an ad paid for by the Highway 31 super PAC as “patently false.” The campaign announced in a statement that they have issued cease and desist letters demanding that television stations remove the ad from the air immediately. The letter specifically calls out Read More

Nearly 7 in 10 voters support government shutdown over CHIP funding

By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter A new Morning Consult and Politico tracking poll shows that a large majority of Americans would support shutting down the government if Congress can’t reach a deal on funding for the Child Health Insurance Program. About 69 percent of voters said they thought the renewal of funding for CHIP Read More

Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act passes US House
ADC endorses attorney Fred Bell in Senate District 26 race
Frank Matthews urges Black voters to write in Robert Kennedy for US Senate
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My wife is Time’s Person of the Year

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Waiting for the postmortem analysis of Tuesday’s Senate election

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter In the distant future, cooler heads will perhaps give a detailed examination of this U.S. Senate race to determine the postmortem of the news media, political parties and the body politic as a whole. Any reasonable person will look back and see this was a moment in time with Read More

  • Waiting for the postmortem analysis of Tuesday’s Senate election
  • Majority Republicans doubt Moore’s accusers: some reasons why
  • For many conservatives, it’s about the courts, not Moore
  • Are we rubes who cannot read nor count?
  • Let me be clear: any impropriety with a child is abhorrent
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    My wife is Time’s Person of the Year

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter I was heartened and encouraged by Time magazine’s Person of the Year. It’s one of those years where the person is persons. One of those persons is my wife. No, not Taylor Swift. Nor Alyssa Milano. Nor Rose McGowan. Nor Selma Blair. Veronica Pike Kennedy. My wife. Whom I’m Read More

  • My wife is Time’s Person of the Year
  • Charles Barkley nails it on Alabama’s US Senate race
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    Doug Jones may get close, but close only counts in horseshoes

    By Steve Flowers Inside the Statehouse The final vote for the remaining three years of Jeff Sessions six-year term in the U.S. Senate will be next Tuesday.  The race is between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore. Jeff Sessions is probably sorry he left his safe Senate seat of 20-years to be at the Read More

  • Doug Jones may get close, but close only counts in horseshoes
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  • The big question will be answered soon
  • Baker leads Alabama Community College System into the future
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    Thank you, Roy Moore

    By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter From the bottom of my heart, Roy Moore, thank you. Sometimes, in America — and especially in the South — we tend to get a little complacent, a little too comfortable, almost in a daze-like state, where we’re simply walking through life accepting the world we inhabit every day Read More

  • Thank you, Roy Moore
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  • There is no mob chasing Roy Moore
  • There’s nothing left to matter
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