“Agenda 2: Masters of Deceit” blames Communists for most of America’s problems

October 23, 2017

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

Tuesday, documentary filmmaker, Curtis Bowers, held a showing of the sequel to his documentary on Communism and the rise of the American left: Agenda: Grinding America Down. This film won the $101,000 Jubilee Grand Prize at the 2010 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival. Agenda 2: Masters of Deceit expounds on the themes presented by Bowers in his original work. Both of his films have been widely aired in the National Movie Night project at conservative Christian churches across the country.

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Shelby Meets WWII and Korean War Honor Flight Vets

October 3, 2014

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

U.S. Senator Richard Shelby (R from Alabama) released a written statement after meeting with World War II and Korean War veterans from Tuscaloosa participating in their Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

Senator Shelby said, “It was an honor to meet with several World War II and Korean War veterans from Tuscaloosa today to express my deep appreciation for their service to our great nation. I am delighted that these Alabama veterans had the opportunity to visit the national memorials in Washington dedicated to their extraordinary patriotism and courage. We must never forget that we owe a great debt of gratitude to our service members who have selflessly sacrificed for the freedoms we enjoy every day as Americans.”
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AL Senator on Joseph McCarthy: “I’ll Study Up”

March 18, 2014

By Lee Hedgepeth
Alabama Political Reporter

The fight over what have become known as the Common Core educational standards has made its way into State House this legislative session, and it has now broken down to lawmakers debating which books are and are not appropriate as examples of what to use in Alabama schools.

In addition, some legislators are apparently learning new things from the curriculum already.

Those on the far right, self-identified Tea Party members, such as Wetumpka Tea Party Founder Becky Gerritson, and Tea Party favorites in the legislature, such as Senator Scott Beason, have begun public criticism of specific works of literature and their contents under the new Alabama educational standards.
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