What’s in Rainsville’s Proposed Alcohol Ordinance?

The Rainsville City Council has presented their draft of an alcohol ordinance if the citizens choose the sale of alcohol

“Stand Your Ground”

State Senate Candidate Phil Williams (R-District 10) just released his latest campaign ad detailing his lineage and desire to serve. I’ve

Vote For Your Beliefs on Nov 4, Not Just For Your “Party”

With the 2014 general election quickly approaching, it’s time to make sure we are all educated about what all is

Statewide Amendment 1: The American and Alabama Laws for Alabama Courts Amendment

The purpose of this amendment is to reaffirm that the Alabama Constitution is the supreme authority in the state and

Do Alabamians Really Want an Attorney General Bought and Paid for by Casino Owners?

Alabama GOP Chairman Bill Armistead today blasted Joe Hubbard, Democratic candidate for Attorney General, for obviously being bought and paid

Alabama to Promote Bioscience Sector in Europe

Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield will lead a business development and trade mission to Belgium and The Netherlands next week that

DeKalb Political Junkies React to Hubbard Indictments

Yesterday, Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard (R) was indicted on corruption charges. Hubbard was indicted on 23 counts total, according

ALGOP Chairman’s Statement on Hubbard Incident

Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard was indicted today following a prolonged investigation by a Grand Jury in Lee

Rainsville Council Discusses Alcohol “Restrictions”

The Rainsville City Council presented a draft of their ordinance to be used if the alcohol vote passes on November

Alabama’s Unemployment Rate Drops to 6.6%

Governor Robert Bentley on Friday announced that Alabama’s preliminary, seasonally adjusted September unemployment rate is 6.6%, down from the rate