November 8, 2007 RSS feed / Editorial

Breaking the glass ceiling

Inside the Statehouse

Even though Barack Obama is giving Hillary Clinton a challenge in the Democratic race, it appears that she will be tough to beat. She has been the favorite since the beginning and she is not faltering. She is running a flawless campaign. More...

1,000 votes and little accomplished

Congress Reports

Last month, the House passed an historic milestone - of sorts - the House cast its 1,000th vote of the year. Not since the Constitution was ratified has the House cast as many votes in the first half of a Congress. More...

The worst candidates ever

Beasley Report

I'm not sure the current crop of GOP presidential candidates is the worst ever, but if they aren't, they will be a very close second to the worst in recent memory. More...

Honoring Harper Lee

Our Opinions

An icon of American literature was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bush in Washington Monday. Harper Lee of nearby Monroeville was recognized for her 1960 novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird. More...

Spinning numbers

What Others Say

The reputation of the Iraq war, now within sight of its fifth birthday, is fully entrenched as a smorgasbord of numbers. More...

UWA dresses for success

The University of West Alabama at Livingston is among the first of the nation's state-supported universities to enact a dress code for students. More...

Atkinson has gone to the dogs

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, We have a problem with dogs running loose in our neighborhood in the Atkinson community north of Thomasville. The dogs have not had their rabies shots and are menacing people, digging in yards and getting into chicken pens. More...

GOP justices side with Exxon

Alabama Viewpoint

The Alabama Supreme Court, by tossing nearly 99 percent of a $3.6 billion verdict against ExxonMobil, the world's largest publicly traded oil company, has refused to play Santa to state taxpayers, More...

Political Cartoon

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