November 4, 2010 RSS feed / Editorial

No roadside political signs by 2012 election

Bill Hearn, an anti-litter crusader, stirred up a hornet’s nests of sorts when he took it upon himself to remove political signs from the highway rights-of-way and utility poles a few weeks ago. More...

Gone South

Founding Fathers, today

America (The Book): A Citizen’s Guide to Democracy Inaction (one word, not two), is a textbook presented (but not necessarily authored) by Jon Stewart and dedicated to the “huddled masses” who are urged to “Keep yearnin More...

The Civil War in Clarke County

Lincoln’s election sparked immediate move to secession

The 150th anniversary of the Civil War will be observed starting next year. We are doing monthly reviews of The Democrat from 1860-65. We’ve started in 1860 so we can record the buildup to war.   More...

A busy Grove Hill!

Grove Hill was a busy place Saturday! More...

Through The Past

Pioneer Day through young eyes

Pioneer Day as seen through the eyes of an eight-yearold proved to be quite different than when seen through mine.   More...

Inside the Statehouse

How to run for governor

Suppose you are some young person keenly interested in being Governor of Alabama one day. More...

Congress Reports

Sending Speaker Pelosi a message

Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed disappointment that the work of her Democrat Congress isn’t getting proper recognition. More...