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Alabama joins 21 states urging SCOTUS to keep prayer at public meetings

By Chip Brownlee Alabama Political Reporter Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined a coalition of 22 states that filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday calling on the court to uphold public prayer led by lawmakers at public meetings. A federal court ruled in July that prayer led by public officials in Read More

The Roy Moore debate is over

By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The Roy Moore saga has jumped the shark. The exact moment this thing became too absurd for even Alabama is hard to pinpoint, but it definitely occurred during Thursday’s 20-person condescension-fest and press preachin’. Probably around the time they welcomed to the stage “The Activist Mommy blogger,” a middle-aged Read More

Gov. Ivey remembers Macon County economic development official Harold Powell

By Brandon Moseley  Alabama Political Reporter Wednesday, Macon County Economic Development Authority Secretary-Treasurer Harold Powell died in Italy during a trip to lure Leonardo Aircraft to build a new manufacturing plant in Macon County. “It is with great sorrow that I learned today of the passing of Harold Powell Jr. while representing the State of Read More

Senate passes defense spending bill

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Thursday, the U.S. Senate passed the NDAA after it came out of a conference committee report. The FY18 NDAA conference report authorizes a $88.7 billion increase over FY 2017 national defense funding. It authorizes $634.2 billion for base budget requirements and $65.7 billion in Overseas Contingency Operations funding, for Read More

Judge Stewart campaigns for AL Supreme Court in St. Clair County

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Thursday, November 16, 2017 Circuit Judge Sarah Stewart was in Pell City to speak to the St. Clair County Republican Party.  Stewart is running for a seat on the Alabama Supreme Court. Stewart said that she is originally from Oklahoma; but has lived in Mobile for the last 24 Read More

Remembering Our Veterans This Thanksgiving

By. Rep. Craig Ford Every Thanksgiving, I like to write an editorial about the things that I am thankful for. I’ve written about how thankful I am for my family, and for public servants like Alabama’s educators. But this year, I want to say how thankful I am for our country’s veterans. We just celebrated Read More

Birmingham to hold Violins of Hope event
ASU’s ‘controversial’ hire shouldn’t be controversial
Anti-LGBT pastors, activists will speak with Roy Moore in Birmingham Thursday
GOP Steering Committee flees meeting without announcing a decision about Moore
More women come forward against Roy Moore as his attorneys attempt to cast doubt
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Let me be clear: any impropriety with a child is abhorrent

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter As one more accuser steps forward, it is now difficult to see Roy Moore’s path progress in his bid to become a senator from Alabama. There is already too much carnage left in the wake of the allegations against him. But knowing Moore, he will not stand down. If Read More

  • Let me be clear: any impropriety with a child is abhorrent
  • I believe Judge Roy Moore
  • Stop and think before reposting
  • A villain still at large
  • Does love win when a 20-week old baby is aborted? Some liberals think so
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    Joey
    Kennedy

    About Roy Moore, there’s just too much there

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter One of the most puzzling, and frustrating, reactions to this whole Roy-Moore-chased-and-sexually-assaulted-teen-girls story is the lack of compassion and understanding from men. First, whether the stories are absolutely true, we’ll probably never know. There aren’t any selfies, though a 30-something man signing a high school girl’s yearbook is pretty Read More

  • About Roy Moore, there’s just too much there
  • We must not forget LBJ
  • A woman’s right to choose: It’s the law of the land
  • Don’t take the bait; ban puppy mills instead
  • An exciting new era for Birmingham
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    Steve
    Flowers

    Baker leads Alabama Community College System into the future

    By Steve Flowers Inside the Statehouse In March of this year, the Alabama Community College System took a giant leap forward when it brought on a giant in state government and one of Alabama’s preeminent leaders, Jimmy Baker, to be chancellor. When you have a conversation with Chancellor Baker, he uses words that you do Read More

  • Baker leads Alabama Community College System into the future
  • Looking at races and ruin
  • Alabama’s Silver Haired Legislature
  • Political fortunes come and go
  • Here comes the judge
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    Josh
    Moon

    The Roy Moore debate is over

    By Josh Moon Alabama Political Reporter The Roy Moore saga has jumped the shark. The exact moment this thing became too absurd for even Alabama is hard to pinpoint, but it definitely occurred during Thursday’s 20-person condescension-fest and press preachin’. Probably around the time they welcomed to the stage “The Activist Mommy blogger,” a middle-aged Read More

  • The Roy Moore debate is over
  • ASU’s ‘controversial’ hire shouldn’t be controversial
  • Is Roy Moore’s growing scandal masking larger GOP plot?
  • Alabama deserves Roy Moore
  • Dear America: An apology for Roy Moore, and all the rest
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