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Articles from the November 1, 2013 edition

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Bench-Bar-& Beyond

Last month, I described the meltdown of family that resulted from our nation’s movement from an agrarian, small town economy to a technological economy. Men and women have more contact with members...

 
 By Robert Tate    News    November 1, 2013

Robservations

I opened the Montgomery Advertiser this morning and I was overwhelmed with joy. Okay, not overwhelmed, but I was pretty happy to see the Collings Foundation is bringing their B-17, B-24 and P-51 to...

 
 By Steve Flowers    News    November 1, 2013

Inside the Statehouse

October 30, 2013 - Steve Flowers The greatest partisan change in American political history has occurred during my lifetime. The transformation of Alabama and our sister Deep South states from an all...

 
 By Zack Azar    Outdoors    November 1, 2013

Woods & Waters with Zack

Deer gun season comes in on Saturday, November 23rd. Hunters across the state will head to their favorite hunting sites in anticipation of taking an "opening day" whitetail. If you have done your...

 
 By Ed Jones    Sports    November 1, 2013

Auburn Still a Work in Progress...

There are many optimistic Auburn fans who are prepared to go to Jordan-Hare Stadium on November 30th to witness the game which will determine the champion of the Western Division of the SEC, with the...

 

Gettysburg Address Sesquicentennial: Lincoln's Legacy of Dysfunctional Government

No column I’ve penned generated more mail than this July’s Sesquicentennial of the carnage at Gettysburg - one of the bloodiest (tangibly dysfunctional) results in reforming the federal government...

 

Renting or Trespassing?

I allowed a friend to move in to the home that I am leasing as he was separated from his wife and needed a place to live short term. It only took a short time for me to realize that some of his living...

 

Smart Girls Politics

Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor recently bemoaned the "alarming degree of public ignorance" regarding civics and it was never more apparent as during the recent partial (17%)...

 

Southern Gardening

Pumpkins abound, colorful leaves sail to the ground, county fairs come to town with Farris wheels that turn round and round. There is a definite deep fresh coolness that pervades the early mornings...

 

Soul Searching

When we think of Thanksgiving, what images come to mind? For some it may be nothing more than food starting with the “old gobbler,” who was really just a “tom turkey” on some commercial farm...

 

The Lord Hath Done Great Things For Us; Whereof We Are Glad

The tragic lessons of History will be repeated if History is removed from a nation's memory, as it has been for several generations since American's Christian History was replaced by Social Studies...

 

Gazette Seniors

The dust has settled on another session of the Alabama Silver-Haired Legislature, and a good bit was accomplished during its three-day session in Montgomery that ended Oct. 23. In the absence of...

 

Montgomery County Law

Our 3rd quarter newsletter has come out. It breaks down the crime in Montgomery County and lets you know what is happening in your area. If you would like a copy of the newsletter, email Lt. Clarence...

 

Social Security Helps Vererans (and Active Duty Military) Every Day

November 11 is more than just a national holiday; Veterans Day is a time to honor the men and women who risk their lives to protect our freedom. We at Social Security ask you to join us in saluting...

 

Triston's Tidbits

Year after year, the earth’s inhabitants are fed, watered, clothed, and sheltered. Generations come and go, nations rise and fall, yet God continues to live and keep this old world turning and the...

 

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