Alabama: the final resting place for facts

By Josh Moon
Alabama Political Reporter

President Obama has been an unmitigated disaster for America.

We don’t know much in Alabama, but we know the above statement is true. Or, I guess I should say, the majority of the voters in this State know that statement to be true.

Flip on a conservative talk radio show. Scroll through the Facebook timeline of your conservative Alabama friend. Engage the average Alabamian in a political conversation. Read More

Hell Has Frozen Over: Glenn Beck Prefers a Clinton Presidency

By Chip Brownlee
The Alabama Political Reporter

This just doesn’t even seem that weird. This election cycle is nothing like anything we’ve ever seen before, and it has been proven again.

In the midst of the firestorm following the release of a lewd 2005 recording of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s, The Blaze founder and conservative radio and television host Glenn Beck seemed to essentially endorse a Hillary Clinton presidency in a post to his Facebook page.
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An Inside Look At Glenn Beck’s (Comm)Unity (Theatrics) March

 

By Terri Michal 

You can’t have community without unity, but as Glenn Beck taught us this weekend, I guess you CAN have unity without community.

Well, you can appear to, anyway. 

With carefully placed camera angles, t-shirts quoting Dr. Martin Luther King, an abundance of posters displaying the words justice, and unity on them, along with pictures of Abraham Lincoln, and finally, the premier of a movie about the desegregation of our public schools, Mr. Beck managed to fabricate a “unity” march, smack dab in the middle of Birmingham, Alabama. Yes, Birmingham, Alabama, the Democratic cradle of the least blue state in the country.
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Glen Beck Draws 20,000 in Birmingham

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

On Saturday, August 28 conservative talk radio and cable TV host Glenn Beck drew 20,000 people for a march in Birmingham urging Christian unity across racial, political, and philosophical lines ostensibly to draw attention to growing persecutions of Christians in the Middle East and Africa where ISIS has brutalized, imprisoned, enslaved, and murdered the Christian minorities in Syria, Iraq, and Libya. Beck was joined by popular actor and activist, Chuck Norris, in Birmingham. The group chanted: “All Lives Matter” during the march.
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Glenn Beck in Birmingham

By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter

On Friday, August 28, conservative talk radio and cable TV host, Glenn Beck will be in Birmingham as part of an effort to raise money to help persecuted Christian families in the Middle East, where ISIS has brutalized, imprisoned, enslaved, and murdered the Christian minorities in Syria, Iraq, and Libya.

Beck said on his show, “A genocide is going on now and we all know it. The pictures are on the web, yet we turn our eyes. We must be brave enough to look, and Christian enough to act. God specifically tells us: When you happen on someone who’s in trouble or needs help . . . don’t look the other way pretending you don’t see him – don’t keep a tight grip on your purse. No. Look at him; open your purse; lend whatever and as much as he needs. . . . Give freely and spontaneously. Don’t have a stingy heart. The way you handle matters like this triggers God’s blessing in everything you do – all your work and ventures.
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