Local folks here know and recognize that attention on this matter was started by Anthony Cook and The Daily Home.
One of my regrets in my two years as state auditor is that the Bentley administration has declined my four requests.
The president-elect's form of hope, change and inspiration cannot and must not be at the expense of women, minorities, the disabled, the economically disadvantaged, religion or lifestyle choices.
TALLADEGA -- There was something indescribably electric about Wednesday’s sendoff for the Talladega College Marching Tornadoes.
President-elect Donald Trump's threats against American companies looking to relocate to foreign countries have won favorable review from many quarters.
The passing of former Gov. Albert Brewer on Jan. 2 at 88 years old marks the passing of an era in Alabama politics.
This is my take on the confirmation hearing of Jeff Sessions and the “testimony” of Cory Booker, (D) New Jersey; and John Lewis, (D) Georgia.
While I disagree with many of Obama’s policies and hope President-elect Donald Trump reverses them, I admire the departing president for a number of reasons ...
In reference to an "Open Letter to Congressman Mike Rogers" dated Jan. 12, 2017, the author, in their second concern made some uneducated statements regarding the repeal of Obamacare and asked: “Replace it with who knows what?”
Under the auspices of helping the Talladega Police Department, former Councilman Joe Ballow launched a verbal shot last week at City Manager Patrick Bryant, accusing him of not responding to police issues and criticizing his recently increased salary.
Someone please show me some proof that Trump is going to undo civil rights, abolish the 13th Amendment and put everyone who is not white in chains.
In the past, the inauguration was a time when we put aside political differences and showed the world that our title of UNITED is not an empty word.
We overwhelmingly supported Trump in the GOP primary and helped him secure the nomination. We then gave him one of the largest mandates in the nation in the November general election. And he's returning the favor.
Between 2013 and 2015, the odds of a black suspect being killed by a black police officer were consistently greater than a black suspect getting killed by a white officer.