June 19, 2013 RSS feed / Editorial

Cornbread & Buttermilk

An inconvenient document

The U.S. Constitution is an inconvenient document at times. More...

Then and Now

Plenty to eat today but we are harder to please than ever!

The quest for food is priority number one and has been since Adam and Eve! We know that when the Pilgrims landed in 1620, Squanto, the Indian who planted maize (corn) and fish (fertilizer) together in the ground, was their key to survival. More...

Inside the Statehouse

Internet sales tax only fair

Alabama’s beleaguered budgets could receive some relief if congress passes legislation to allow states to collect the online sales taxes due them. More...

Gone South

I win the lottery

Wanna know the difference between $15 million and $6,183? One number. If I had that number I would be a rich man today. Let me explain. When I am in a Lottery state I always buy a ticket. More...

Greasepit Grammar

Bubba’s dictionaries are on the fritz

Jim Morrison of Adrian, Mich., was exchanging posts on Facebook with a friend who informed him that her telephone was “on the fritz.” Jim replied: “Somewhere in Germany, Fritz is on the phone.” More...

Correction

In last week’s photos from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5106 Memorial Day program in Thomasville, Bernard Schenk’s name was not correct. More...