Maybe I am a little slow, but I would like to know of anyone who has been deprived of the right to vote and the reason given.
Thanks for printing Mr. Gilliland’s editorial on Democrats’ motivation over abortion “rights” and obvious political maneuvering over SCOTUS justice nominations. Whereas other factors influence these antics, history reveals that unlimited abortion access is the Democratic Party’s litmus test.
Hardly a week passes without turning on the television or reading in the newspaper where some of their members have intimidated or violently attacked some pro-America group or conservative politician.
We are a nation where thousands of our young heroes have died so our flag can still wave as a free society, yet, we give the title "hero" to wealthy athletes who kneel in disrespect to that flag.
Depending on whose data one uses, since the passage of Roe v Wade, the passage of the law making abortion legal, there has been around 50 million abortions.
I want to be sympathetic to their problems, but if your loved one is in any way involved with this violence, even just being around these persons, they are part the problem.
In politics, residents are quick to castigate individuals serving in elected position, but slow to express appreciation for taking positive action on issues affecting the residents.
ODENVILLE -- We are the family of Mr. Russell Dickie, wanting to send condolences to the other families who were involved in the car accident on 9-26-18.
As you will recall, area residents were assured that when completed, the bypass would take heavy truck traffic away from downtown, thus making travel easier and much safer.
TALLADEGA -- I have been to several football games since moving here to Talladega 12 years ago. It always seems that the referees call the games against Talladega every time.
Why do I stay in Talladega? That is a question that I have been asked many times over the past several years by people that live in surrounding areas more frequently recently. The answer is simple “Talladega is my home.”
We, the public, would be better served if we examined closely the record of distribution of donated funds as cash direct disbursements to those in need.
Congressman Mike Rogers voted against bridging the gap for millions of Americans, including thousands of Alabamians who now have coverage.
If I take credit for all the things I did not do, does that make me a liar or just a politician?
But, can we objectively look briefly at what kind of job President Trump has done so far compared to his predecessor ...
This country’s Founding Fathers were guided by divine intervention when writing the Constitution, in spite of the haters on the left having us believe otherwise.
In an age in which self-interest and special interest seem always to trump the seeking of good for ALL people, we need to hear Ms. McClellan's call to accept our responsibility as citizens to elect leaders who will do what is best for all the people.
The change we seek depends on us accepting our responsibility to elect and empower qualified, capable leaders who are strong enough to walk in faith, not in fear, and do what is best for all the people.
If the Democrats manage to get Trump impeached over lesser things committed by other people long ago, that are not directly tied to Trump, then the Constitutional Republic of our Founding Fathers is 100 percent dead.
The obvious gap between teacher and administrative pay is a widening gap and continues to be a point of concern among classroom teachers not only in Talladega County, but other school systems near the bottom of earnings statewide.
I will hold a meeting on Monday, Aug. 27, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at City Hall. All residents of the city of Talladega; the leaders referenced in the articles; The Daily Home, including the editor and Our View panel; are cordially invited, and residents of Ward 2 are strongly encouraged to attend.