August 2, 2007 RSS feed / Editorial

Protests too loud and strong

Alabama View

The protests from the U. S. Attorney's office in Montgomery are loud and strong in denying that politics influenced the prosecution of Don Siegelman... almost too loud and too strong. In a lengthy and detailed statement, Leura G. Canary, the U. S. More...

Farm bill contains massive tax increases

Congress Reports

After months of bipartisan work in the House Agriculture Committee, the House last week passed H.R. 2419, the Farm, Nutrition, and Bioenergy Act of 2007. More...

Courthouse security

Monday was a routine docket call day for Clarke County Circuit Court. Judges Tom Baxter and Stuart DuBose heard cases in their new courtrooms of the new courthouse annex. More...

What Others Say

'Restore reasonableness'

I must voice my opinion on justice in Alabama, especially after seeing on the national level Scooter Libby's 30-month sentence commuted by President Bush. More...

Where does Alabama fit in?

Inside the Statehouse

The dynamics of the 2008 Presidential Race have changed dramatically over the past six months due to the avalanche of large and more populous states changing their presidential preference primaries to Feb. 5. More...

Who moved the tree?

My mom and dad were advocates of children playing outside. Because of this, my sister, Allison, and I had plenty of outside toys with which to play. We had bikes, big wheels, water games, and a swing set. This swing set was our favorite. More...

Pictures From The Past

Here's one of the photos that didn't make it into the Old Photo Contest issue. Walter Davis of Jackson submitted this one of Navy Seaman Horace Y. Bolen and others made in Jackson in the early 1940s. More...