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ALGOP Chair, Steering Committee reprimand Hooper

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Crenshaw County Republicans and some on the ALGOP steering committee are still seething over self-proclaimed Alabama Trump Victory chairman, Perry O. Hooper Jr., inserting himself into a recent local event. The rift came to a head at Wednesday’s ALGOP Steering Committee meeting according to multiple sources with knowledge of Read More

Businessman to seek Rep. Phil Williams’ seat in District 6

By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter Madison County businessman, Andy Whitt, has announced he will seek election to the Alabama House of Representatives in District 6, currently represented by Rep. Phil Williams, R-Huntsville. Williams is not seeking re-election next year. “I am running for the House of Representatives because I want to put my finance Read More

Moore Campaign responds to Washington Post articles on Foundation for Moral Law

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Thursday, Bill Armistead, the Chairman for the Roy Moore for U.S. Senate Campaign accused the reporters from the Washington Post of sleazy tactics and innuendo in the recent story related to Moore and the Foundation for Moral Law. “The story was full of all of the same distortions and Read More

Highway to be named in honor of second African American to fly with Thunderbirds

By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter The City of Tuskegee and Macon County will rename a portion of a highway in the city in honor of Captain Joseph “Pete” Peterson, the second African American to serve as a pilot with the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds. State Road 199 will be renamed as Captain Joseph “Pete” Read More

Roby supports Whistleblower Protection Act

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Martha Roby, R-Montgomery, spoke on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in support of legislation that would secure greater protections for federal whistleblowers and increase penalties against those who retaliate against them. S.585, the Dr. Chris Kirkpatrick Whistleblower Protection Act, strengthens penalties for those Read More

Deer Archery Season opens Saturday, Oct. 14

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Deer Archery Season opens across Alabama on Oct. 14.  Alabama allows archers to use traditional archery methods, compound bows, and crossbows. In Zone B of the state only antlered bucks can only be taken for the first 10 days of bow season.  Check the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Read More

Federal court tosses challenges to Alabama redistricting plan
Audri Scott Williams announces run for Congressional District 2
Montgomery judge orders mediation in Pouncey lawsuit
Trump’s disapproval rating increased in Alabama since January, still remains popular
Moore campaign dismisses Washington Post article as “hit piece”
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Doing our duty as free press

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter As is often the case, one country’s terrorist is another’s freedom fighter; and likewise, one person’s anonymous source is a patriot and someone else’s traitor. Like much in politics, traitor versus patriot largely depends on who’s blowing the whistle and who’s caught up in the malaise. The press who reported weekly Read More

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  • Forget it, Jake; it’s Alabama
  • The First Amendment lives
  • Are you embarrassed?
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    Joey
    Kennedy

    Our gun culture kills and kills again

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter Once again, a mass shooting. A man using guns he shouldn’t have been able to legally obtain gunned down nearly 600 people at a music festival in Las Vegas, killing 58 before taking his own life in his 32nd floor hotel room 300 yards away. I’m already hearing the Read More

  • Our gun culture kills and kills again
  • For Birmingham residents, it’s an exciting time
  • It’s Roy, of course.
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    Steve
    Flowers

    Here comes the judge

    Inside the Statehouse By Steve Flowers Judge Roy Moore and his wife, Kayla, made their traditional horseback ride to their voting place in Gallant in Etowah County, last Tuesday and when all the votes were counted that night, they won a resounding victory. Moore’s capture of the GOP Senate nomination was impressive. A 55-45 margin Read More

  • Here comes the judge
  • We need another Jim Allen
  • Clash between two Titans
  • Time for BCA’s Canary to go
  • Election season: It’s going to be a doozy
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    Josh
    Moon

    An inconvenient reality

    By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter It’s time for a lesson in reality. Actually, that’s not accurate. This is a lesson in how reality becomes distorted. Usually, purposefully distorted in order to feed a convenient narrative. Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange tried a little distorted reality last week, when he started criticizing everyone – and by Read More

  • An inconvenient reality
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