25 Feb 2013
- Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 11:27
- Published Date
The following stories are part of an ongoing collection of articles researching the possibility of public corruption within the State of Alabama.
While these articles do not make a judgement, per se, on the illegality of an act, they do record what may be a pattern and practice that appears suspect.
Public corruption is a fatal infection which affects our entire society. It not only endangers our government, but our entire American way of life.
Those who use the power entrusted to them by the people to enrich themselves and their confederates are the worst kind of criminals. They steal from our schools, our neighborhoods, our public projects and our pockets. Worst of all, they betray the sacred trust that good government is founded upon.
“Woe to you Scribes and Pharisees, pretenders, who are like white tombs, which from the outside appear lovely, but from within are full of the bones of the dead and all corruption!”
We promise to follow the trail of public corruption wherever it leads, no party, friend nor foe will deter our efforts.
It is incumbent on the free press to find and chronicle all available information on public corruption.
It is our sincere goal to expose those who betray the public trust and shine a light into the dark corners of politics. With this in mind we submit this continuing investigation into Stealing the Statehouse.
Editor in Chief
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GOP's Financial Dealings in 2010 Takeover of the Statehouse
“Storming the Statehouse” and the game of quid pro quo
UPDATE: 2010: ALGOP finance chairman pays a visit on Poarch Creek Band of Indians
Newer news items:
- Charter Schools: All Riley’s Men - 26/02/2013 07:02
- Alabamians United for Excellence in Education To Fight Common Core - 26/02/2013 06:59
- Orr, Sanford, Holtzclaw, and Scofield Address Second Amendment Supporters - 26/02/2013 06:55
- COMMON CORE: The Cookie-Cutter, One-Size-Fits All Education Standards - 26/02/2013 06:52
- Roby Says President is Responsible for Sequestration Crisis - 26/02/2013 06:50
Older news items:
- Second Amendment Supporters Gather In Huntsville - 25/02/2013 07:19
- No Justice, No Peace: Ford Wants Day In Court - 25/02/2013 07:16
- Alabama Eagle Forum is Urging Supporters to Attend Hearing to Stop Common Core - 25/02/2013 07:06
- Brooks Addresses Second Amendment Supporters - 25/02/2013 07:02
- Medicaid Block Grant Compact Passes House - 22/02/2013 07:29