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 By Staff Writer    News    May 1, 2018 

Memorial Day - May 28th

Memorial Day is May 28, 2018...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    May 1, 2018 

How far have we come? How much further do we need to go? Civil War ~ Civil Rights

The historical events are important to not only acknowledge wrongs, but find healing, forgiveness, and positive action for the future of everyone's peace and posterity. See related stories on pages...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    May 1, 2018 

History vs History... Civil War Can We UNITE in today's society?

This article is a summary of much longer articles written by David Barton and Stephen McDowell. You can access these articles by clicking on the links at the end. Introduction One objection to...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    May 1, 2018 

History vs History

The origins of the word "lynch" probably originated during our revolution. The verb comes from the phrase "Lynch Law", a term for punishing someone without benefit of a trial. Charles Lynch, an...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    May 1, 2018 

THE MAKO SYSTEM ~ KNEE REPLACEMENT

Knee replacement is performed approximately 700,000 times per year in the United States. The history of knee replacement has been one of steady technological improvements, and the latest innovation ha...

 
 By Buddy Hicks    News    May 1, 2018 

HOW OLD IS YOUR ANNUITY?

Look back over the past decade at some of the things you have done or accomplished. You may have gotten married, graduated college, had a baby, started a business, bought or sold a house or retired....

 

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Youth Fishing Rodeo Sheriff Derrick Cunningham and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office invites boys and girls ages 6-12 to grab their fishing rods, bait and tackle and join us for our annual Youth...

 
 By Anne Tidmore    News    May 1, 2018 

No Name Literary Club 125th Anniversary Tea at the home of Mary McLemore ~ April 18, 2018

In 1893 a group of forward thinking ladies formed the first literary club in Montgomery and the second in the State at that time. They named their club No Name because they could not agree on a name,...

 
 By Steve Flowers    News    May 1, 2018 

Inside the Statehouse

We are less than four weeks away from our June 5th primary. Those of us who follow Alabama politics have pointed to this year as being a very entertaining and interesting gubernatorial year. However,...

 
 By John Sophocleus    News    May 1, 2018 

Alabama Sheriffs Lawsuit: Outrage v. Issue

Much ink has been spilled these past months to highlight outrageous observed results from our Alabama law enabling sheriffs to transfer ‘inmate food provision’ monies in their favour. These...

 
 By John Martin    News    May 1, 2018 

Making America Great Again

Today, we are nearing the midpoint of Donald Trump’s second year. So far, he has done some very good things: 1. Ended our subjugation to the Paris Climate Agreement. 2. Put the brakes on mass m...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    April 1, 2018

Is This the Beginning of More "BIG GOVERNMENT" in the Name of Safety?

Can we protect ALL of our citizens (from birth to death) without giving up our freedoms – or is this a picture of "big money" negating our Constitution and destroying the fundamental source of our...

 
 By Robert Tate    News    April 1, 2018

SAME CRIME; SAME TIME; SAME FINE

I was watching the news the other day, minding my own business when out of the blue, I heard something so stupid, so ridiculous, so un-American that I had to hit the rewind on my DVR and watch the...

 
 By Steve Flowers    News    April 1, 2018

Inside the Statehouse

Republicans took control of federal offices and presidential races in 1964 in Alabama. It was referred to as the Goldwater Landslide. The Baxley-Graddick fiasco in 1986 was the game changer for...

 

Readiness, Response, and Action

There are three dates that many of us in Alabama will never forget. The most prominent being those of April 3, 1974, April 27, 2011, and most recently March 19, 2018. On each of those days portions...

 
 By Buddy Hicks    News    April 1, 2018

TOO MUCH TO BEAR

Ok, so you’ve heard me talk about the importance of life insurance and long term care insurance. But there is another type of insurance that is very important as well. If something happened to you...

 
 By John Martin    News    April 1, 2018

Trump's Tariffs

As we forge ahead into the Donald’s second year of office, we are witnessing some serious improvements in America’s economy—taxes are being cut, production is up, wages are up, and unemployment...

 

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Camp Show n´ Tell July 31st - August 3rd It's almost that time! Applications began on April 2nd to attend a week long, free camp hosted by Sheriff Derrick Cunningham and the Staff of the Montgomery...

 

Autauga County Sheriff's Office

This year for the Dunk – A – COP We hope everyone will come out and take a shot a deputy, police officer or news anchor during the Prattville City Fest on May 12th. All proceeds raised will go to...

 
 By Lexi Elgin    News    April 1, 2018

GIRL SCOUTS TAKE OVER THE STATE HOUSE

Legislators and other state elected officials gathered at the Alabama State House on March 8 with more than 100 Girl Scouts, volunteers, and Girl Scout staff in order to educate and raise awareness...

 
 By Staff Writer    News    March 1, 2018

"Racial and ethnic hostility is the foremost social problem facing our world today"

Reverend Billy Graham November 7, 1918 - February 21, 2018 He actually physically took ropes down and symbolically, in doing so, said, “Look, we’re all equal before God, we’re all one together...

 

58 Million

In the 1973 landmark ruling of the case of Roe v Wade, it allowed taking the life of an unborn child acceptable and permissible under the law simply because the woman had the ultimate right to make...

 
 By Buddy Hicks    News    March 1, 2018

KNOW YOUR OPTIONS

You’ve been working the same job for years and dutifully contributing to your 401k and receiving matches. You’ve built up quite a nest egg. Then one day you leave for a new job with benefits that...

 
 By John Martin    News    March 1, 2018

The Safety Nazis

Some of the biggest public menaces that have developed over the years have been the overbearing numbers and intensity of safety regulations. They have gone far beyond anything we need for reasonable...

 

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