In response to Mr. Michael Ray James' statement/question in the article published in The Daily Home's Weekend Edition, May 23-24, (State, Talladega Co. NAACP chapters condemn Sylacauga mayoral candidate remarks), we would like to emphasize that neither the Alabama State Conference of the NAA…
Sadly, the masses, sea to shining sea, no longer question what we are told by "experts" trotted out on TV and the internet with whatever allegedly catastrophic issue is of the moment.
It was four years ago in June 2016 that the speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives, Mike Hubbard, was convicted by a jury of his peers in Lee County of a dozen counts of violating the state ethics laws.
Air pollution remains a global public health crisis, as the World Health Organization estimates it kills 7 million people worldwide annually.
It is estimated that 125,000 babies are aborted (murdered) daily worldwide. Depending on whose data is used, it is estimated that almost 30 percent of babies aborted in the United States are black.
On the days of the bombing, 32 American prisoners of war were being held in Hiroshima. Twelve POWs in Hiroshima died in the bombing, and seven Nagasaki prisoners were killed by our A-blast!.
Based on what I see and read, this council is very transparent and works diligently to make sure every dime spent is justified.
Black politicians, civil rights leaders and their white liberal advocates have little or no interest in doing anything effective to deal with what's no less than an education crisis among black students.
One of Mr. Sam Rayburn’s young pupils was a freshly minted congressman from Alabama’s Tennessee Valley. Bob Jones from Scottsboro was elected to Congress in 1946 when John Sparkman ascended to the U.S. Senate.
It looks as if the Talladega County commissioners are serious about their job and will safely open the courthouse as best they can.
The Alabama Legislature has seen many epic legislative battles, but none can approach the level of animosity reached in the 1965 special session called by Gov. George Wallace.
They all yelled for me to come on and try it, but I was doubtful the ice would hold me. Several jumped up and down to show me how solid it was, so I decided it was good enough to try.
Not only do your public power employees stand ready to assist during natural disasters, but they also stand ready to serve even during unprecedented times like the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 regular legislative session has resumed after a six-week hiatus due to the coronavirus shutdown of the state and nation. The session must end by May 18. The only thing lawmakers will do is pass barebones budgets.
At least 25% of America's eighth-graders are what NAEP defines as "below basic" in U.S. history, civics and geography. That means they have no understanding of historical and civic issues, and cannot point out basic locations on a map.
It has now been some 45 years since we left Vietnam, yet, many of the wounds are still as raw as when we came home.
Allow me to share with you some of the state’s leaders under 45 who are shaping and molding our state from outside the actual pit of the political arena.
"Does anyone believe that contemporary Americans could build another transcontinental railroad in six years? ... America went to the moon in 1969 with supposedly primitive computers and backward engineering. Does anyone believe we could launch a similar moonshot today?"
The important thing we must all do, but is often most helpful for someone on the spectrum, is to build a routine in the place of the old one.