Cleburne County is not the most diverse Alabama county with less than a 10 percent minority population.
At the end of a bumpy gravel road about 1.5 miles east of Edwardsville, some nine houses, mostly mobile homes, survive either on well water or on connections that they themselves have made to a Cleburne County water main that runs along U.S. 78 past their road.
I hope Americans realize all lives are precious. Unfortunately, we live in a throw away culture. In the 1960s we learned women no longer needed men. Women and men are equal (whatever that means). That movement emasculated many American men who believed the rhetoric. America threw away the strong American man who leads and cares for his family.