alabamatruth.com Despite his conservative rhetoric, it looks like Governor Bentley is getting ready to raise taxes on Alabamians. “It is not fair to saddle the next Governor with hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, and I will not do… Continue Reading
Assistant principal accused of videotaping 14-year-old naked in shower String of sex cases in Blount County schools raise concern
MyWay News The Indian government is “extremely disturbed” by the treatment of a 57-year-old grandfather from that country who was roughed up by police while walking in a suburban neighborhood in Alabama, a spokesman said Friday.
Washington Post State Rep. Patricia Todd, the state’s only openly gay legislator, has issued something of an ultimatum to colleagues: Keep talking about same-sex marriage as an affront to “family values,” and I will expose your dirty laundry. As in,… Continue Reading
AL.com Members of the so-called millennial generation in Alabama are more likely to live with their parents and battle poverty than previous generations, according to data released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau.
National Review Online Senator Jeff Sessions (R., Ala.) called for Republicans to embrace “a humble and honest populism” as they consider changing immigration law and writing a budget that will balance in ten years. “The elites have had their day.… Continue Reading
al.com […]Keith Westphal and Joyce Osborn Wilson filed suit in Jefferson County Circuit Court, arguing that the Alabama law limiting who can offer the procedure violates the due process and equal protection clauses of the Alabama constitution. Westphal owned Natural… Continue Reading
alabamacartag.com The Foundation for Moral Law The Foundation for Moral Law is proud to announce Alabama’s specialty license plate. We need your help reaching our goal of 1000 prepaid applications. Please go to this link to pre-order your tag.
al.com Three people are confirmed dead in Alabama after storms slammed the state over night, destroying property, flooding roads and cutting power to more than 100,000 people statewide. The storms, part of a system that moved through the central U.S.… Continue Reading
Weekly Standard Over two dozen widows in Alabama were dropped from their health care plans due to Obamacare, WHNT reports: “More than two dozen widows who were married to retired Madison county employees, lost their health insurance coverage earlier this… Continue Reading
AL.com MONTGOMERY, Alabama — Gov. Robert Bentley formally announced today that Alabama has requested assistance from outside groups that could “transform the landscape of our criminal justice system for the better.”
Yellowhammer News Then the righteous will answer him, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes… Continue Reading
al.com BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – Oneonta residents will get a chance on June 3 to vote on whether they want to allow alcohol sales in their city and Blountsville could soon set a date for a referendum on the issue in… Continue Reading
al.com HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville) told a luncheon of aerospace executives here Thursday that, “I don’t trust anyone in the national news media to tell me the truth. Not anybody. I just don’t.”
al.com ONEONTA, Alabama – Blount County’s coroner Monday afternoon filed a lawsuit asking a court to decide whether the county’s district attorney can dictate how he performs his job. Blount County Coroner John Mark Vaughn also asks a judge for… Continue Reading