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New Developments in Bentley Investigation

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—The investigation into Governor Robert Bentley has taken a new turn, with the recusal of US Attorney for the Middle District of Alabama, George Beck. Those with knowledge of the investigation believe that Beck’s recusal is due to his long association with donors, consultants, and advisors, who have been Read More

Welcome to Alabama: The Heart of Corruption

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter The chronically delayed trial of The State of Alabama V. Michael G. Hubbard is set to begin Tuesday. Nearly two years after his indictments on 23 felony counts of public corruption, a jury of his peers will hear opening statements from the State, and the defense. There was a Read More

ALGOP Executive Committee Calls For Charges Against Moore Be Dropped

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Saturday, May 21, the Alabama Republican Party Executive Committee held a special called meeting in Trussville to elect alternate delegates to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. They also passed a resolution calling on the unelected Alabama Court of the Judiciary to drop the charges level against Chief Justice Read More

Sessions As Trump’s Vice Presidential Pick?

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter US Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama) has been making the talk show circuit defending Donald Trump. Sen. Sessions was the first member of the Senate to endorse Trump and he made waves last year when he appeared with Trump at a Mobile rally attended by an estimated 30,000 people. Sessions’ Read More

Crumpton Opposes Flat Tax

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter US Senator Richard Shelby (R-Alabama) has supported switching our complicated current inome tax to a simple flat tax. His Democratic challenger, Ron Crumpton opposes a flat tax. Crumpton said, “Once again this year, like every other year he has been in the Senate, Richard Shelby has proposed legislation that Read More

Frankowski: Possiblity Pryor Appointment to USSC by Trump is Exciting for Alabamians

By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter On Thursday, May 18, prominent conservative activists and Trump for President supporter, Deanna Frankowski said that she is excited by the announcement that former Alabama Attorney General Bill Pryor could be Donald Trump’s selection for the United States Supreme Court. Deanna Frankowski told the Alabama Political Reporter, “The selection Read More

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After the Storm: A Modest Proposal

By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Jury selection in the State vs Michael G. Hubbard began Monday, with opening arguments to begin on May 24 or 25. The trial is expected to last approximately a month, according to statements made at the last hearing. If Hubbard, who is charged with 23 felony counts of public Read More

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  • Bentley Wants His Prisons
  • Hey Everybody Let’s Have A Trial!
  • Too Big To Try?
  • Best Dressed Lies vs. Naked Truth
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    Remembering Chief Justice Perry O. Hooper Sr.

    INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE By Steve Flowers A few weeks ago former Alabama Chief Justice Perry O. Hooper Sr. died at his home in Montgomery at age 91. He was the epitome of the southern gentleman. He was also one of the founding fathers of the modern Republican Party in Alabama. Hooper Sr. was a GOP Read More

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  • Mumbo-jumbo, gobbledygook and evidence: Hubbard trial opens

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA – Evidence. In opening statements by the state and defense in the corruption trial of Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard (R-Auburn), that’s the word that was probably heard most often. Matt Hart, deputy attorney general for the AG’s Special Prosecution’s Division, opened for the prosecution. Hart Read More

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    Joey
    Kennedy

    Mumbo-jumbo, gobbledygook and evidence: Hubbard trial opens

    By Joey Kennedy Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA – Evidence. In opening statements by the state and defense in the corruption trial of Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard (R-Auburn), that’s the word that was probably heard most often. Matt Hart, deputy attorney general for the AG’s Special Prosecution’s Division, opened for the prosecution. Hart Read More

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