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Articles from the May 1, 2022 edition

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 By Steve Flowers    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

Congressional Lines and Congressmen will Remain the Same

For several years leading up to the 2010 Census count, the national projections were that Alabama would lose one of our seven congressional districts and drop to six. When the count was taken, we...

 

The Consensus Justice

It was no surprise when 60 years ago President Kennedy nominated Byron White as an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. With few detractors and almost nationwide acclaim, White was...

 
 By Robert Tate    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

When is Enough, Enough?

Enough is enough. I cannot stress that “enough.” I know I am not supposed to speak ill of our leaders and I do pray for the President often. But at the same time, every single one of us in this...

 
 By John Sophocleus    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

Remember Every Joesophant AND MAGAt

As expected, Joe’s approval numbers are in the ‘Trumpster.’ Duopoly voter buyer’s remorse once again set in as election hype attenuates. You’ll find admission of remorse difficult to...

 
 By John M Taylor    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

The Confederate Constitution: An Improved Version of the Original Compact

Patrick Henry opposed adoption of the U.S. Constitution and warned the South about its partners, the New England “Puritans.” Realizing the antagonistic regional economic interests, Henry reasoned...

 
 By Ron Holtsford    Legal    May 1, 2022 

Is There an Interesting Recent U.S. Supreme Court Case?

There is a case decided in March 2022 arising out of the state of Texas. Factually, it involved the horrific murder of Texas resident Pablo Castro in 2004 by John Ramirez [and two other assailants]...

 
 By Perry O Hooper Jr    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

Biden on a Mission to Destroy American Economy

Joe Biden has shown his true colors. He has sold us out lock, stock and barrel to the most leftist fringe elements of the Democrat Party. He now worships at the altar of the Green New Deal. In his...

 
 By Daniel Sutter    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

Golf on the Taxpayers

Cities across America own golf courses, but analysis from the Reason Foundation shows that many lose money on them. Is subsidizing golf a proper function of government? The Reason study found over...

 
 By John Martin    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

Throw the Bums Out

For nearly four years, we fed-up Alabama citizens have been anxiously waiting for this May 24th Republican primary to clean up our political nightmares—rotten politicians who had earlier promised...

 
 By Martha Poole Simmons    News    May 1, 2022 

Honoring Our Heroes

Master Sergeant David Gordon Stainback: Age 78 Master Sergeant David Gordon Stainback (MSGT) served 20 years in the United States Air Force. His Military Occupational Specialty Code (MOSC) was Fire...

 

"Strangely Warmed"

John Wesley, who founded the Methodist movement back in the 1700s, impacted the world and the church in ways that many people, even Christians, don’t really understand. Most haven’t a clue who...

 

Southern Gardening - Potpourri for May

May reminds me of a time when children danced around a Maypole with an assortment of ribbons hanging down from the top. The end result would be the pole covered in a woven design of brightly colored...

 
 By Gary Miller    Opinion    May 1, 2022 

He Said I Could Come …

I was with several other guys during my recent trip to Texas. We were all there for my Outdoor Truths Circle Event and to try our hand at downing a Rio gobbler. I look forward to this event each...

 
 By Amanda Walker    Women    May 1, 2022 

Tears & Laughter - American Heartbreak for Ukraine

It is difficult to watch Russia’s invasion of Ukraine isn’t it? Since the beginning, citizens of the world have watched helplessly. As individuals, it can feel as if there is practically nothing...

 

"A Cord of Three Strands is Not Quickly Broken"

As humans, we like to plan. Whether they are big or small, we plan what we are going to eat for dinner and we plan what we want to do as a career or where we want to move after college. We plan for bo...

 
 By David Spooner    Food    May 1, 2022 

Southern Cuisine - May

Though this article is titled Southern Cuisine, I’m adding a subsection this week titled, Southern Weather. If you have not heard, we had a tornado go through Lowndesboro. Though I have not heard...

 

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