The Daily Home

March 30, 2015

Opinion

A family’s history in its housing

It was the first house they ever owned.

  • icon Posted: March 29

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Tuesday 03/24/2015
Officer Woods reminds us that all life matters
Updated: March 24, 2015 - 11:32 pm

Ferguson, Missouri.

Moves today positions TC for growth tomorrow
Updated: March 24, 2015 - 11:46 pm

Talladega College last week became one of nine historically black colleges and universities to agree to a guaranteed transfer policy with the California Community Colleges system. Beginning in the fall of 2015, California community college transfer students who meet certain academic criteria will be guaranteed admission to the nine HBCUs, thanks to an agreement the California Community Colleges Board of Governors and the leaders of the institutions signed at a recent board meeting.

Letter to the editor: Daily Home’s ‘smear’ on Mayor Barton was poor journalism
Posted: March 24, 2015

I was surprised and shocked when I read this article in the Daily Home.

Letter to the editor: Constitution written without regard to religion
Posted: March 24, 2015

Editor, The Daily Home:

WALTER WILLIAMS: What’s gone wrong with Democracy?
Updated: March 24, 2015 - 11:36 pm

The Economist magazine recently published "What’s gone wrong with Democracy ... and what can be done to revive it?" The suggestion is that democracy is some kind of ideal for organizing human conduct. That’s a popular misconception.

Sunday 03/22/2015
HARDY JACKSON: Courting down South
Posted: March 22, 2015

Of all of the ways Southerners are stereotyped and slandered, few are more insulting than what “they” say about our rituals of courtship.

Talladega Council wisely works around mayor to save city money
Posted: March 22, 2015

The Talladega City Council is to be commended for its efforts last week to refinance its municipal bonds at a lower interest rate, even though it almost didn’t happen.

Fruit problems, root problems and the Alabama Accountability Act
Posted: March 22, 2015

A recent study by the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama shows that most Alabamians believe too little is spent on public education.

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