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Articles from the October 1, 2017 edition

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Cotton Festival

October 14, 2017 8:00 - til 2:00 Events: Ar t Contest Photo Contest Pony Rides Petting Zoo Chicken Race Dog Show...

 

Mooring the Ship of State

Judge Roy Moore's victory over Senator Luther Strange was no surprise to 63 of 67 counties in Alabama. It mirrored the initial primary election a few weeks earlier but for the Mo Brooks shift. The...

 
 By Ed Jones    Sports    October 1, 2017

The NFL in Disgrace

Grab your hat and your cane. We may not be coming back this way. You could be offended by my commentary, which is totally acceptable to me. Therefore, if you should decide to discontinue reading...

 

Inside the Statehouse

October 4, 2017 Judge Roy Moore and his wife, Kayla, made their traditional horseback ride to their voting place in Gallant in Etowah County, last Tuesday and when all the votes were counted that...

 
 By Robert Tate    Opinion    October 1, 2017

Tribute to Hans and More Leftist Twaddle

With the Messerschmitt's left wingtip pointed vertically toward the bluish-green bay below, the hapless Hurricane fighter stands virtually motionless in front of the young Berliner's windscreen....

 

Final Push for the F-35

For two years now, a partnership consisting of unit commanders, community and state leaders, local business leaders, and Alabama’s congressional delegation have been working together to bring the...

 
 By Ron Holtsford    Legal    October 1, 2017

Has there been a particularly interesting Court case in the recent months?

Actually there has. Many of the Court cases involving religion are establishment clause cases where there is an attempt to separate any activity that seems to tie a governmental entity to a religious...

 

"The Surrender to Secularism"

The Story of Nations and the role of Secularism in America is a story of our nation that is unique in many ways. America was not "in chains" at birth as were other countries. The Founders and Framers...

 

Conservative Voices Desperately Needed

More often than not, I’m experiencing days in which I don’t want to hear a single news story or read yet another sensational headline. One would think with the abundance of news that it should be...

 

Rescuing, Relieving and Responding

A heartwarming story took place in Florida just before the arrival of Hurricane Irma. Pam Brekke was next in line at a Lowe’s when she burst into tears as the last generator was given to the person...

 
 By John Martin    Opinion    October 1, 2017

DEALING WITH NORTH KOREA

Right now, a sizable portion of America’s elected officials and military leaders is running around like chickens with their heads cut off in response to Kim Jong Un’s belligerent displays of...

 

October 1929 v. October 1987 Black Mondays: a tale of two crashes

The more commonly remembered (88th Anniversary) stock market crash of 1929 resulted from “an overbought, overvalued, and excessively bullish market, rising even as economic conditions were not...

 

Montgomery County Law

Spooktacular On Tuesday, October 31st from 6:00-8:00pm, Sheriff Derrick Cunningham, the Staff of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and WVAS FM 90.7 radio will host their annual Halloween...

 

Autauga County Law

A Town Hall Meeting was held in Autaugaville on Monday, August 28, 2017. About 40 local residents were in attendance to hear from their local and state officials. This was the best turn out we had...

 

The Secret of Contentment

After forty-five years of serving as a Pastor, I have asked myself what is the key to successful Christian living? Having served in small towns and large, churches of different backgrounds and...

 

You can be an Overcomer!

Marcus Luttrell, a former Navy Seal, wrote a book about the deadliest day in Navy Seal history. The book was entitled Lone Survivor and was later made into a very successful movie starring Matt...

 

Halloween has become an issue among Christians !

Long considered harmless fun, many are now questioning its history, nature, influence and fruit. The revitalization of Satanism and Witchcraft and their obvious association with Halloween has caused Christians to wonder whether they should...

 

Ransomware – "The Day the Earth Stood Still" – "Tech Talk" with – Darnell Hughley

Okay, that title may be a bit alarming, if not in fact a bit of an overreach. Still, if you have found yourself falling victim to such an attack, it can seem like the proverbial "end of the world"...

 
 By David Spooner    Food    October 1, 2017

Southern Cuisine for October

It came to me while watching the news coverage of residents of Florida preparing for Irma. Of the homeowners that were staying and working to protect their homes from the wind and flooding, few...

 

Tears and Laughter

One of the most confusing days of the year in Wilcox County can be Father’s Day. Mother’s Day is not as complicated. This year the Mayor of Camden, Phil Creswell, is giving area residents another...

 

1941

Some seventy six years ago your writer was earning his Merit Badges as a new Boy Scout, and was reminiscing over his first year in the “World of Work.” He was thinking over his bi-weekly salary...

 

13 Fearless THINGS TO KNOW about Your Social Security Number

While many of us look forward to Friday, with its end-of-the-workweek designation and our weekend plans, certain cultures consider it an unlucky day. Some people, suffering from triskaidekaphobia,...

 
 By Buddy Hicks    News    October 1, 2017

DIP IN YOUR BIG TOE

What is the market going to do? I don’t know. You don’t know. You can’t find anyone who does know exactly what the market is going to do. That’s why it is called speculation. And it is...

 

October Potpourri

Hip, Hip, Hurrah. Fall is in the air with wonderful times at tail gate parties, football games, Halloween, and county fairs. Fall is also a great time to be planning for our flower gardens with...

 

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