The Daily Home

facebook twitter
December 18, 2014

Opinion

Bentley as Scrooge

We prefer to believe Robert Bentley was workshopping a little one-man holiday show last Thursday when he signaled he might be open to expanding Medicaid in Alabama. The working title of this production might be called, "Disputing Dickens: Scrooge wasn’t that bad."

  • icon Posted: December 16

Recent Headlines

Sunday 12/14/2014
Maxine Beck: Thanks for small favors
Posted: December 14, 2014

Every time I hear the CVS commercial, I smile. There is something about the spokesman’s voice that makes me feel that all is right with the world. I can’t explain it, but thank God for it!

Tuesday 12/09/2014
Enjoying the happy holidays
Updated: December 09, 2014 - 10:57 pm

Now I know there are folks who get upset when someone wishes them "Happy Holidays."  They have their reasons for "Bah Humbugging" this seasonal greeting, and I respect that, sorta.

Sunday 12/07/2014
Extension of tax would help Legion Stadium
Posted: December 07, 2014

If you build it, they will come"

Saturday 08/09/2014
Logan Martin Dam transformed Coosa Valley 50 years ago
Posted: August 09, 2014

There was no fanfare at all on Monday, Aug. 10, 1964, the day 50 years ago when Alabama Power officially put Logan Martin Dam into service and a new era for the company and the community was under way.

Saturday 07/26/2014
Driver education could be key to ending carnage on 275 Bypass
Updated: July 26, 2014 - 9:37 pm

It’s encouraging to see that the Alabama Department of Transportation has installed a traffic camera at the intersection of the 275 Bypass and Jackson Trace Road in Talladega. We hope the information gained from the camera will help come up with a solution to make the intersection safer.

Roundabout route to a good decision
Posted: July 26, 2014

The Talladega City Board of Education took a roundabout route to choosing its new superintendent, but in the end, the decision was a solid one.

Sunday 07/06/2014
The good, the bad and the ugly in Iraq
Posted: July 06, 2014

The current chaos and conflicts in Iraq, while posing a danger to much of the rest of the world, both in economical and security risk, is much more complicated than would appear on surface.

Wednesday 07/02/2014
Let’s keep God in our country
Posted: July 02, 2014

In recent years, God has been removed from many things … money, prayer in schools, no more prayer before sporting events, not even a nativity can be displayed in a public place anymore.

Connect with us

Featured Events