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  • BREAKING NEWS: Opponents speak out on Montgomery County solar farms project

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    Over one hundred members of the community crowded into the Montgomery County Commission seeking information about a proposed massive 1,600 acre solar panel farm near the Snowden Community. County Commissioner Singleton said that he had arranged for another public meeting be held on the topic next Tuesday night. "The owners of the property and representatives of the Solar Farm will be here and they will answer every question you have," Commissioner Singleton said. Montgomery County already has a...

  • Barry Moore dismisses Biden order on border "as election season spin"

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    Last week President Joseph R. Biden (D) issued an executive order that would impose restrictions on border crossings is certain limits were exceeded. Congressman Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) dismissed Biden's executive order as "election season spin." "Biden's "border security" executive order is nothing more than election season spin," Moore said on the social medial platform X. "He signed 94 executive orders to dismantle Trump's border policies. He could reinstate all of them right now - but he...

  • Clean Up Alabama warns that the Autauga Prattville Public Library is under attack from left wing radicals

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    Clean Up Alabama on Tuesday released a statement claiming that the Autauga Prattville Public Library (APPL) is "under attack from left wing radicals for creating safeguards to protect children and needs your help!" "The ramifications of this federal lawsuit will set the precedent in the battle for the minds of our youth." Read Freely Alabama founder Angie Hayden and Alabama Library Association immediate past president Matthew Layne have sued the Library in federal court alleging that the...

  • Tuberville vows to oppose all Biden's political and judicial nominees

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    This is an election year and not much gets done legislatively during presidential election years; but this is not your normal presidential election. On Thursday, May 30 a New York jury found the presumptive Republican nominee for President – former President Donald J. Trump – guilty on 34 counts. Republicans, including U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama), are furious about the verdict and what they perceive as the Democrats weaponizing the legal system against Trump and the GOP. Tub...

  • AG Steve Marshall announces conviction of St. Clair County man for Child Pornography

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) announces the conviction of a St. Clair County man on multiple counts of possession of child pornography with intent to disseminate and transmitting obscene matter. Terry DeWayne Herring is 28 years old and a native of Pell City. Herring pleaded guilty yesterday in St. Clair County Circuit Court to five counts of possession of obscene matter with intent to disseminate images and videos depicting a person under the age of 17 and one count...

  • Rogers criticizes President Biden for not support pay increase for junior enlisted service members

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Tuesday, Congressman Mike Rogers (R-AL03) strongly criticized President Joseph R. Biden (D) for opposing a significant pay increase for junior enlisted members of the armed forces. Rogers is the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. He released a statement on President Biden's objection to the 15% pay raise for junior enlisted servicemembers in the Servicemember Quality of Life Improvement and National Defense Authorization Act (the 2025 NDAA). "President Biden believes providing...

  • Katie Britt and Lindsey Graham toured Omaha Beach

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    During the 80th Anniversary of D-Day, U.S. Senators Katie Britt (R-Alabama) and Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) toured Omaha Beach, one of five beach landing sites for the Allied forces during World War II. "...80 years ago today, so many brave men came to protect freedom, freedom that we're enjoying now in America and across the globe," said Sen. Britt. "...we're the Land of the Free because of the Brave, and we got to see and celebrate the Brave today." "We hope that today, you will join us...

  • AG Marshall announces a $700 Million Settlement Against Johnson & Johnson

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    Alabama will receive $13.5 million for Alabama's portion of a $700 national settlement in allegations related to marketing of baby powder products that contained talc. Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall (R) and 42 state attorneys general announced that they have reached a $700 million nationwide settlement to resolve allegations related to the marketing of Johnson & Johnson's baby powder and body powder products that contained talc. As part of the settlement, which is pending judicial appro...

  • Aderholt is disappointed that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold full access to the abortion pill

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    Pro-Life groups suffered a serious setback on Wednesday when the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it has upheld a Biden Administration rule allowing full access to the controversial abortion pill – mifepristone. Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) released a statement expressing his disappointment with the ruling. "I am disappointed to learn that the Supreme Court upheld full access to the dangerous abortion pill, mifepristone," said Rep. Aderholt in a statement. "While I fully r...

  • Coca Cola UNITED holds groundbreaking ceremony on new facility in Birmingham

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Thursday, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) joined officials with Coca-Cola UNITED in a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of their planned new headquarters and operations center in Birmingham. The new facility is being built on the site of the long abandoned Stockham Valve site on Richard Arrington Boulevard, near the Kingston and Woodlawn neighborhoods. "Today is a great day for the City of Birmingham and the entire City of Alabama," said Gov. Ivey. "Coca-Cola UNITED's new campus is a $330 mil...

  • Supreme Court rejects bump stock ban

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the ATF's rule making possession of bump stocks a crime is unenforceable. The decision was written by Justice Clarence Thomas and passed the Court 6 to 3. Bump stocks had been legally sold across this country for years, until an assassin used them in a Los Vegas mass shooting to kill 60 people and wound a hundred more at an outdoors concert. Bump stocks allow a conventional semi-automatic rifle to achieve a much faster rate of fire. Following the...

  • Sewell voted against 2025 National Defense Authorization Act

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Friday, Congresswoman Terri Sewell (D-Selma) voted against the Fiscal Year 2025 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that passed the House of Representatives on Friday. Sewell voted for the NDAA when it came out of the House Armed Services Committee where she is a member. On Friday she voted against the bill after Republicans added a number of partisan amendments that Democrats opposed to the bill. "I am beyond disappointed that House Republican leadership has once again abandoned a...

  • DOJ won't prosecute Garland for Contempt of Congress

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Friday, the Justice Department (DOJ) issued a determination that Biden's Attorney General Merrick Garland committed no crime when he refused to honor the subpoena of Congress and hand over the of President Joseph R. Biden's (D) conversation with special counsel Robert Hur. Based on that conversation, Hur determined that while Biden "willfully" retained and disclosed highly classified materials from his vice presidency with a ghost writer when he was a private citizen; his memory was...

  • U.S. Senators Katie Britt and Ted Cruz lead Senate Republicans in joint statement reaffirming support for continued nationwide IVF access

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Wednesday, U.S. Senators Katie Britt (R-Alabama) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) led all Republican Senators in a joint statement supporting continued nationwide access to in vitro fertilization. "Senate Democrats have embraced a Summer of Scare Tactics-a partisan campaign of false fearmongering intended to mislead and confuse the American people. In vitro fertilization is legal and available in every state across our nation. We strongly support continued nationwide access to IVF, which has allowed...

  • Tuberville and Paul call out Biden Administration and AG Garland for two-tiered Justice System

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Thursday, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) joined Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky), Sen. Katie Britt (R-Alabama), and 26 other Senate colleagues in sending a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland condemning the Biden's administration's weaponization of the American judicial process and the conviction of former President Donald Trump in Manhattan. "The Biden Administration is complicit in the destruction of due process of law," the Senators wrote in the letter. "The elusive crimes for...

  • Percy is the Pet of the Week

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    Percy is looking for a home. Percy is a seven-year-old big boy whose owner loved him but due to circumstances was unable to keep him. Percy is a big dog. He weighs 140 pounds and needs to lose weight. He is house trained, crate trained and great with other dogs, cats and children, He likes to sleep on the couch and loves attention. Percy has one special need as he must take Thyroid Medication (1 1/2 tabs of 1.0 mg Thyroid medicine/once a day). This is not an expensive med and the pills are tiny...

  • Montgomery County Commission to vote on massive solar farm on Wednesday on Tuesday

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    On Tuesday the Montgomery County Commission will consider a proposal by a multi-national corporate conglomerate to turn thousands of acres of south Montgomery farmland into a massive solar farm. Local residents of the Snowden community are so concerned with this project that they held a community meeting to voice their concerns last week. There were concerns that the massive development will be unsightly, will lower property values, and will come with environmental consequences for the...

  • Tuberville joins bipartisan bill to help Americans with Disabilities save and thrive

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    On Thursday, U.S. Senators Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) and Katie Britt (R-Alabama) joined Senator Eric Schmitt (R-Missouri), Senator Bob Casey (D-Pennsylvania), and other colleagues in introducing the bipartisan Ensuring Nationwide Access to a Better Life Experience (ENABLE) Act. The ENABLE Act preserves the ability of people with disabilities and their families to save and invest through tax-free savings accounts while protecting eligibility to federal programs like Medicaid and Supplemental...

  • For Biden to win he is going to have to duplicate his record turnout performance of 2020

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    In 2020 Donald J. Trump (R) received more votes than any previous Presidential candidate in the nation's history. Trump received 74,223,975 votes in 2020. That is over 11 million voters more than the 62,984,828 votes he received in 2016 when he defeated former Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton (D). Trump won the electoral college vote in 2016 but lost the popular vote to Clinton. Trump's 2020 performance bested Hillary's 2016 numbers by over 8 million votes. Hillary R. Clinton received in...

  • Voters go to the polls today in Alabama House District 52 special Democratic primary

    Brandon Moseley|Jun 1, 2024

    Democrats in Alabama House District 52 (HD52) vote today in the special Democratic primary to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of disgraced Alabama House member John Rogers (D-Birmingham). Six candidates have qualified for Tuesday's special Democratic primary election. These are: Dedra Campbell Kelvin Datcher Eric Major LaTanya Millhouse Eyrika L. Parker Frank Woodson According to Birmingham Watch, Dedra Campbell Dedra Campbell is 49 years old, serves on the Jefferson County...

  • Governor Ivey announces that Innovate Alabama awards nearly $98 Million to support Alabama small businesses

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    Governor Ivey announces that Innovate Alabama awards nearly $98 Million to support Alabama small businesses Alabama Governor Kay Ivey (R) announced on Tuesday that Innovate Alabama is set to receive nearly $98 million to continue its support of Alabama small businesses. "As Alabama continues to signal that it's open for business, it is crucial that we continue to contribute to the growth of the state's economy through our small businesses," said Gov. Ivey. "This is a sector that has played a...

  • Today is Juneteenth

    Staff Writer|Jun 1, 2024

    Schools, banks, the stock exchange, post office and some businesses are closed to honor the Juneteenth federal holiday. President Joseph R Biden (D) signed legislation three years ago making Juneteenth, or June 19, our newest federal holiday. Juneteenth commemorates the day in 1865 finally found out that the War Between the States was over and that President Abraham Lincoln had ended slavery. Juneteenth is not an official state holiday in Alabama, but Governor Kay Ivey (R) has authorized state...

  • Honoring Our Heroes

    Martha Poole Simmons|May 1, 2024

    Col Stefan Eisen Jr.: Age 69 Col Stefan Eisen Jr. served 30 years in the U.S. Air Force. His Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) included: (1) Fighter/Instructor Pilot (Other) for fifteen years, (2) Academic Instructor at Squadron Officer School, Air Command and Staff College and Air War College for five years, (3) Support Commander for eight years and (4) Commander: Pilot Training for two years. His distinguished service included his being awarded the following medals, citations, badges and...

  • Honoring Our Heroes

    Martha Poole Simmons|May 1, 2024

    Sergeant Edwin Lloyd Faulkner: Age 77 Sergeant (Sgt) Edwin Lloyd Faulkner served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. His Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) was Machine Gunner (331). He received the following medals, awards, citations and ribbons: Purple Heart Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with one star, National Defense Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Presidential Unit Citation and Rifle Sharpshooter Badge. Sgt Faulkner...

  • Honoring Our Heroes

    Martha Poole Simmons|May 1, 2024

    Sergeant Edwin Lloyd Faulkner: Age 77 Sergeant (Sgt) Edwin Lloyd Faulkner served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps. His Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) was Machine Gunner (331). He received the following medals, awards, citations and ribbons: Purple Heart Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with one star, National Defense Service Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal, Presidential Unit Citation and Rifle Sharpshooter Badge. Sgt Faulkner...

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