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  • Pro-Life group wants national protections for unborn children to remain in the GOP platform

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, the leading national pro-life group Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America reiterated its call to preserve national protections for unborn children in the GOP platform ahead of the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in July. The group is urging former President Donald J. Trump (R) to keep the party platform strong on life in order to remain unified and defeat Joe Biden. SBA Pro-Life America President Marjorie Dannenfelser is the President of SBA Pro-Life America. "If...

  • Judge moves Trump sentencing to September

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, Manhattan Judge Juan Merchan announced that he is delaying former President Donald J. Trump's (R) sentencing hearing until September. Merchan had previously set the hearing for July 11 – just four days before the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee was to begin. The decision comes after the Supreme Court ruled that Presidents have absolute immunity from prosecution for official acts outlined in Article II of the Constitution. The Supreme Court Justices added that evidence o...

  • The left wants to tax cows

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    The far left is blaming cows for climate change and their response it to force farmers to pay taxes on owning livestock. This has long been a plank of the anti-capitalist Far Left Denmark is a major dairy and pork exporter. The government claims that agriculture is the country's biggest source of emissions. The government has come up with a climate agreement, which also entails investing 40 billion krone ($3.7 billion) into measures such as reforestation and establishing wetlands (many of these...

  • Medical cannabis is back in court today

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    The ongoing medical marijuana litigation resumes today in Montgomery Circuit Judge James Anderson's courtroom. Plaintiffs are suing the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) over the awards of medical cannabis that occurred back in December. Failed applicants have used the court system to restrain the AMCC from proceeding with the medical cannabis program. Plaintiffs claim that the commissioners made decisions on application awards in secret meetings in violation of the Alabama Open...

  • Supreme Court limits administrative law precedent

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court voted 6 to 3 to place limits on a controversial 40-year-old ruling. The decision puts some judicial restraints on federal agencies implementing regulations without those rules having been passed by Congress. The forty-year-old Chevron decision gave federal agencies broad powers to write their own interpretation of laws through rulemaking powers. Under the Constitution, Congress passes the laws and the executive branch enforces them. This constitutional...

  • Dr. Jordan Vaughn tells Congress that FDA's approval of COVID vaccine may have led to people being vaccine injured

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    The COVID-19 pandemic began in China in late 2019. The origins of the virus, the government response, and the safety of the subsequent COVID vaccine remain controversial even to this day. On Wednesday, Birmingham Doctor Jordan Vaughn testified before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Administrative State, Regulatory Reform, and Antitrust. The topic was "Follow the Science?: Oversight of the Biden Covid-19 Administrative State Response." "My name is Jordan Vaughn. I am an internist in...

  • Rep. Barry Moore votes in favor of Defense Appropriations Act

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Friday, Congressman Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) released a statement after voting in favor of the 2025 Defense Appropriations Act. Moore said that this legislation refocuses the Pentagon on what should be its core mission: delivering combat-ready military forces to deter conflict and ensure national security. This bill includes Moore's amendment to cut $4.91 million directed for climate change research and reallocate that funding to enhance Army unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs). "We must...

  • Steve Bannon reports to prison

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    Former Trump adviser Steve Bannon has turned himself in on Monday to federal authorities after a federal district court ordered him to prison. The 71-year-old Republican thought leaders and journalist surrendered to law enforcement to begin his four-month prison sentence for contempt of Congress. Bannon turned himself in to the Federal Correctional Institute Danbury, in Danbury, Connecticut to begin serving his sentence. Bannon was left no choice after the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday denied...

  • Sewell calls Trump case Supreme Court ruling "disturbing and anti-democratic

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 6 to 3 ruling that likely upended all of the Justice Departments, already legally dubious, case against former President Donald J. Trump (R). Congresswoman Terri Sewell (D-AL07) was extremely disappointed with the Court's decision. "This disturbing and anti-democratic decision by the Supreme Court's conservative majority is contrary to our nation's founding principle that no one is above the law," said Sewell. "At a time when our democracy is already...

  • Marshall says that he is proud of Alabama's briefs in favor of Trump's successful case before the U.S. Supreme Court

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a 6 to 3 ruling giving President's "Absolute" immunity in their official actions. Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) celebrated the decision in Trump v. United States. The Supreme Court overruled the D.C. Circuit's decision that former President Trump has no immunity from criminal prosecution. The majority held that "our constitutional structure of separated powers" entitles a former President to some absolute and some presumptive immunity from...

  • Construction begins again on Northern Beltline

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    The multibillion-dollar Northern Beltline is back under construction after languishing for years from a lack of funding. The eventual 52 mile interstate will eventually connect I-59 near the Deerfoot Parkway in Trussville to I-65 north of Gardendale, to I-22 up above Adamsville/Graysville, and finally I-59/I-20 near Bessemer. The project has been on Jefferson County's priority list since circa 1979 but only some of the right of way acquisition, land clearing, and road subsurface work has been...

  • Solar farms won't produce jobs Enfinity Global spokesman tells Montgomery crowd

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024
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    On Tuesday an estimated crowd of nearly 200 persons attended an informational meeting about a proposed 1,600-acre solar farm on Mount Zion Road near Snowdoun in a rural area of Montgomery County. Enfinity Global spokesperson Tom Anderson fielded residents many concerns in a meeting that went for two hours and twenty minutes. A packed crowd of farmers, ranchers, and homeowners said that they did not want the project in their community "I am here to answer questions about solar," Anderson said....

  • Steve Marshall joins 26-State Coalition Challenging Biden's Latest Electric Vehicle Mandate

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    Last Thursday, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) announced that he has joined Kentucky Attorney General Russell Coleman and West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to announce legal action against the Biden Administration's latest attempt to drive gas-powered cars off the road. Attorney General Marshall is joining the 26-state effort to block the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) strict fuel efficiency standards in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth...

  • Democrats are questioning if President Biden should drop out of the presidential race

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Sunday and Monday, President Joseph R. Biden (D) met at Camp David with First Lady Jill Biden and members of the Biden family on the issue of whether or not to remain in the presidential race. Multiple media outlets are reporting that the Biden family urged Biden to stay in the race. The President's son, Hunter Biden, is reportedly adamant that his father remain in the race and continues to stay the course. While the President was meeting with his family other Democrats were reportedly...

  • This is the Fourth of July

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    The Fourth of July is the holiday that commemorates the day that our nation's Founding Fathers formally declared this nation's independence from Great Britain. Since millions of Americans are traveling, expect traffic to be heavy from today through Monday morning as millions of Americans are on the roads celebrating the summer and the Fourth of July holiday. The Fourth of July falls this year on a Thursday so many people will also be off on Friday – though most of us will be back at work t...

  • Tuberville says that Kamala Harris will probably be the Democratic nominee for President

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    A long worsening series of public gaffes, finally culminating in the worst televised debate performance by a mainstream presidential candidate in American history has made the mental competency of President Joseph R. Biden (D) and his ability to continue to lead going forward the biggest political story in the country. U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) spoke on this topic with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News on Sunday. Tuberville acknowledged that Biden is very sick and speculated that he wi...

  • Alabama medical cannabis delayed again

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    In 2021 a bipartisan majority of legislators voted for Alabama to become the latest state with lawful medical cannabis. Over three years have now passed and not a single Alabamian has been able to purchase doctor recommended legal medical cannabis anywhere in the state – and there is no reason to believe that that will change any time soon. On Tuesday, Montgomery Circuit Court James Anderson gave an order to stay licenses being issued for business entities to sell marijuana. Anderson issues anot...

  • Congress returns to D.C. with Biden's future much in doubt

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    Congress returns this week from its Fourth of July break. The 535 members of the House and Senate return to a political landscape that is dramatically different after the first Presidential debate. Biden's disastrous debate performance on June 27 appeared to confirm the worst fears of Americans about the 81-year-old president's ability to serve. Noone thought Biden won the debate. The White House has spent the last ten days trying to put out political fires and calm Democratic voters and...

  • Baldwin County Sheriff Hoss Mack to retire

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    Multiple media sources are reporting that Baldwin County Sheriff Huey "Hoss" Mack will retire his post to accept the position of Executive Director of the Alabama Sheriff's Association in Montgomery – a position famously held by the late Bobby Timmons for decades. Mack has worked for the Baldwin County Sheriff's Office since 1989 and has served as Sheriff since 2007. WKRG TV's Debbie Williams is reporting that retirement will become effective later this summer or early fall. Alabama Governor K...

  • Marijuana use increases likelihood of college students dropping out

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    According to the most recent research, frequent marijuana use decreases academic performance in college students and increases the likelihood of students dropping out. This as marijuana use among students is near record highs. Nearly 40 percent of the students reported using marijuana in a recent poll of 19 colleges in Texas. 26 percent reported having used it on their campuses. Studies have shown that heavy marijuana use has been linked to dropping out of college and poor academic performance....

  • State Rep. Kelvin Lawrence has been charged with forgery and possession of a forged instrument

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) announced that state Representative Kelvin Jamichael Lawrence (D-Hayneville) was arrested on two felony charges. Rep. Lawrence is age 50 and a resident of Hayneville in Lowndes County. He is the former Mayor of Hayneville. He represents House District 69 in Lowndes, Montgomery, Wilcox, and Autauga Counties. He has served in the House since 2014. He was charged with forgery in the second degree and with criminal possession of a forged...

  • White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre denies that Biden has Parkinson's

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre denies that Biden has Parkinson's On Monday, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre had a fiery exchange with reporters during the weekly press briefing. She dodged reporters questions about published reports that President Joseph R. Biden (D) was meeting repeatedly with a top Parkinson's disease specialist. The New York Post had reported earlier in the day that Dr. Kevin Cannard has visited the White House eight times in the last eight...

  • Tuberville is critical of what he claims has been the politicization of the Justice System

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) joined a roundtable discussion alleging that there has been weaponization of the U.S. Department of Justice under President Joseph R. Biden (D) and Attorney General Merrick Garland against Biden's political opponents. The conversation focused on allegations that the Biden Administration is using taxpayer dollars to attack concerned parents at school board meetings, devout Catholics, and pro-life advocates. This is in addition to the...

  • Tuberville says that we cannot survive as a country if we don't start drilling for our own oil and natural gas

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    On Wednesday, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) told the Alabama Press corps that climate change is a "hoax" and that the United States "cannot survive" "unless we start drilling for our own oil and natural gas." The Alabama Gazette asked Tuberville about a new California rule that would require railroads to use only electric, rechargeable electric, or hydrogen powered train locomotives in order to fight climate change. Tuberville denounced what he called "this climate hoax." "Keep elect...

  • Alabama Shipyard Receives National Shipbuilders Annual Excellence in Safety and Improvement in Safety Awards

    Brandon Moseley|Jul 1, 2024

    MOBILE – The Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) today announced Alabama Shipyard received SCA's annual "Excellence in Safety" Award for the 2023 calendar year. SCA, the national trade association representing the U.S. shipyard industry, honors companies with annual safety awards for the enhancement of operations and promotion of safety and accident prevention. Through proactive approaches and dedication to improving the safety of employees, Alabama Shipyard is one of 18 shipyards to r...

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