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Inside the Statehouse – 11-29-17

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By Steve Flowers Jim Martin passed away recently in Gadsden at 99 years old. His beloved wife of 70 years, Pat, was by his side. He was a true Christian gentleman. Jim was one of the Fathers of the modern Republican Party in the South. In 1962, John Kennedy was President. Camelot was in full […]

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Reflections – Four Wonderful Words

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By Roger Campbell Ministries There I was, sitting in a medical reception area awaiting my call into the office of a Dermatologist. I’ve sometimes been troubled by pre-cancerous conditions that have required treatment or removal, so when an irritation developed around a dark spot hiding beneath my left sideburn, I made an appointment with my […]

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Humor – Well Rounded

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By Bill Frazer I noticed an ad recently from a local company seeking to hire a sales agent for their product. They described that they were looking for a “well rounded person.” It stirred my feeble brain cells as to ponder exactly what is a “well rounded person?” My first thought was that they wanted […]

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Inside the Statehouse 11-22-17

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By Steve Flowers The big question in the Senate race is will allegations against Roy Moore and his purported propensities forty-years ago cause him to lose. We will soon see. The election is less than three weeks away. The book on Moore is easy to read. The polls have consistently revealed that 30 percent of […]

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Reflections – Why Be Thankful?

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By Roger Campbell Ministries “We have been recipients of the choicest bounties of heaven. We have been preserved in peace and prosperity. We have grown in numbers, wealth and power.” Who made these three positive pronouncements? Abraham Lincoln. Then, in his 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation, he added these three serious warnings: “We have forgotten God. We […]

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Reflections – Compassion Proves We Care

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By Roger Campbell Ministries In his article, “Voice of Compassion,” well known author and speaker Steve Goodier describes a bitterly cold January, 1935 night in New York City when then Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia dismissed a judge in the city’s poorest ward and presided over night court himself. Goodier says the first case to come before […]

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