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In defense of Ann Coulter, the idiot, sub-human moron’ who doesn’t care for soccer

July 7, 2014   |   Opinion

By BILL RICE, JR. Boy, Ann Coulter stepped in it last week when she published a column sharing her thoughts about the game of soccer (she’s no fan) and its apparent growing popularity (she still doesn’t get it and poked fun at the sport’s enthusiasts). With her soccer column, Coulter seems to have made herselfContinue Reading

“Honey, please don’t eat the children”

July 2, 2014   |   Opinion

By BOB GAMBURCURTA June 20th Montgomery Independent When the dust had finally settled from last week’s first round of voting in the 2014 election cycle, the big news was: there was no big news. House Speaker Mike Hubbard, R-Auburn, and Senate President Pro Tem Del Marsh, R-Anniston, were both targeted by the Alabama Education AssociationContinue Reading

Farewell to ASU

June 23, 2014   |   Opinion

Farewell to ASU – by Donald V. Watkins ©Copyrighted and Published (via Facebook) on June 22, 2014 Reprinted with permission. For the first time in Alabama State University’s 147-year history, its leadership has completely surrendered to the forces that have always opposed the University’s growth. For most of ASU’s history, it had remarkably strong presidentsContinue Reading

IAP Exclusive Interview: Sen. Billy Beasley (02/06/14)

February 7, 2014   |   News

NOTE: This article is provided at no charge.  IAP subscribers receive full insider access to all news, rumors and issues. State Sen. Billy Beasley, D-Clayton, announced today that he would seek reelection to a second term in the state Senate, forsaking a bid to become governor.  The 73-year-old pharmacist had told Inside Alabama Politics, inContinue Reading

The State of Our State (Rep. Craig Ford)

January 21, 2014   |   Opinion

If you watched Gov. Bentley’s State of the State Address last week or read about the budgets he has proposed, then, like me, you are probably both encouraged and disappointed. I was very encouraged to see the governor so strongly support our state’s pre-k program and vocational and workforce development training. These are things thatContinue Reading

Alabama 2014; By the Numbers (Bob Gambacurta)

January 10, 2014   |   Opinion

News stories filled with a lot of numbers and statistics bore the stew out of me. But it is numbers and the stories they tell which have captured attention as 2013 came to an end and 2014 began. Here’s a look at some of those numbers: $1.1 Billion – That’s the amount of money Gov.Continue Reading

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