July 30, 2009 RSS feed / Editorial

South Alabama by a long shot

Inside the Statehouse

One day, as I was having a long political discussion with one of the most knowledgeable masters and historians of Alabama political lore, the question arouse as to whether North Alabamians or South Alabamians were more politically involved. More...

'Where are the jobs?'

Congress Reports

Last week, I, along with 75 percent of the House Republican conference and the Alabama House Republican delegation, went to the House floor to ask one simple question that is on the mind of many Americans, "Where are the jobs? More...

WD-40 to the rescue

Guest Columnist

My children warned me. They told me it wasn't going to last much longer. They said the Kenmore microwave oven that they pooled their money to give their daddy and me 25 years ago for Christmas was on its last leg. More...

From Our Files

100 years ago Unlike today when hardly anyone runs for elected office, a number of candidates were announced. J. F. Alridge and Clayton Foscue were announced for probate judge; John W. Davis, R. G. Allen, Jas. H. Roan, W. H. Fleming, R. N. More...