Oliver Robinson shouldn’t go to jail alone

June 23, 2017

By Josh Moon
Alabama Political Reporter

Oliver Robinson is going to jail.

Quite a few others should be going with him.

If Robinson, a former State Representative, wants to redeem himself and maybe help the constituents he’s sold out, he’ll spend the next few weeks and months working to make sure the jail cells around him are filled with other suit-wearing, fast-talking, greased-palm hustlers who have hijacked our State political system.
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Another FBI Director Meddled in a Presidential Election But With Opposite Results

November 8, 2016

By State Auditor Jim Zeigler

News commentators have been saying that the input of FBI Director James Comey into the presidential campaign is unprecedented. The fact is, FBI presidential campaign interference happened once before – big time.

It was 1948. I remember it well. Harry Truman had been Vice-President and became President at the death of President Franklin Roosevelt in 1945. Truman was running as the incumbent president in November 1948, opposed by Republican nominee, New York Governor Thomas Dewey. Everyone expected Truman to lose except for Truman himself.
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Don’t Use Education Funds to Fix Medicaid’s Temporary Crisis

August 11, 2016

By Senator Gerald Dial

Working to improve public education in Alabama for the last fifty years, has been one of the great challenges of my life. I believe in our public education system and the children it serves.

So, as we fast approach a special session of the Legislature called by Governor Bentley to address a funding shortfall for Medicaid, it is absolutely critical we seek a solution that doesn’t divert funds from our public school system. And if anyone tries, I will use all the rules and procedures at my disposal to protect our children’s futures.
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