“I’ve never had a Girl Scout cookie.”
There are no words, but I have to find 250 to speak about Trump's breach of trust, democracy, the Constitution, sworn duties and obligations, justice and his madness.
Now that there have been two vaccines approved for emergency use in the United States to protect against the coronavirus by the Federal Drug Administration, all eyes will be on the states as to how they will distribute the drugs.
Everyday, all day long, they tell us how many people have caught COVID-19 and how many have died from it. Not once do you give the percentage of those that have caught it and survived it, which is the majority.
Those who hate Trump can be happy, but they will see this country be destroyed, and it will affect them as well as those Americans who use to believe in justice and the American way.
Had he stood up and led as he should have in the wake of his defeat, Trump could have left town well-positioned to make another presidential run in four years. Instead, the way he has conducted himself the last two months will stick to him the way Watergate did Nixon.
The attorney general and the corrections system should strongly push back if the DOJ wants to force the state to release prisoners who could be a danger to the public.
Sen. Richard Shelby finally speaks out about the massive amount of cheating that has taken place in the 2020 election. He says it’s time to accept cheating and move on without investing any and all accusations and incidences.
In the past couple of weeks, many Auburn football fans were shocked and angered upon learning that football coach Gus Malzahn had been fired.
Why blame the Confederacy for slavery in America when the Confederacy only exsisted for four years, while slavery had exsisted on this continent long before the founding of America?
The pandemic goes on with ever-rising numbers of coronavirus cases and deaths. Does the current president now focus on the health and welfare of Americans? Does he move on and work for the good of all? No.
Presidential historians and most astute national political observers and chroniclers have concluded the most profound legacy a president can achieve is the appointment of United States Supreme Court justices.
I have a problem in opening businesses at any time that possibly means death to numerous people … to please the business interests of hypocritical politicians.
I should not be fearful to walk or drive the streets of Talladega at night or drive in the daytime to enjoy the city I pay taxes in.
So, COVID-19 is real, but some politicians hype it to the breaking point so they can go on a power trip and feed their egos.
To do well in school, someone must make a kid do his homework, get a good night's rest, have breakfast and mind the teacher. If these basic family functions are not performed, it makes little difference how much money is put into education; the result will be disappointing
On the morning of the momentous Nov. 3 presidential election day, I began my day on my hometown radio station, WTBF in Troy, which has been my tradition for election days for over 30 years.