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Inside the Statehouse – April 11, 2018

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By Steve Flowers There are dramatic differences between our congressional delegation of the 1940’s-1960’s and our group on the Potomac today. Obviously, their partisan badges have changed, as have Alabamians. There is also a tremendous difference in power and seniority of that era versus today’s group. That bygone era of Alabama congressmen were very progressive […]

Humor Lack of Appreciation For Those Who Serve By Bill Frazer

My Garden Of Life – A Saturday In The South

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By Jody Fuller Last Saturday was a day filled with history, nature, family, love, and laughter—lots of laughter. The cast of characters included Lucy, Emily, Abigail, Mawmaw, Mimi, and me, your humble columnist. Our day started at Horseshoe Bend National Military Park where it hosted the 204th anniversary of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. According […]

Humor Lack of Appreciation For Those Who Serve By Bill Frazer

Mike’s Musings – Madness Reigns In March

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Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor They call the NCAA basketball tournament “March Madness” for a reason and without a doubt this year’s first weekend of the single-elimination tournament provided us with more “madness” than since the beginning of the quest to find basketball’s best began in 1939. Those of you, myself included, that spend hours in front […]

Humor Lack of Appreciation For Those Who Serve By Bill Frazer

Reflections – The Trial Of The Centuries

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By Roger Campbell Ministries The trial of Christ was, without a doubt, the court confrontation of the ages: a calm and quiet prisoner standing before a cringing, cowering judge. Most Bible commentators refer to this historic courtroom drama as “Christ before Pilate,” but the late respected writer, H.A. Ironside, called it “Pilate before Christ.” He […]

Humor Lack of Appreciation For Those Who Serve By Bill Frazer