Tag: Alabama Constitution

Sunday Discussion: The Fireworks Are About To Go Off Inside The Alabama Legislature

The legislature down in Montgomery have taken the last few weeks off, after the governor called a special session.  Now with only 9 working days left, the legislature is coming back into […]

Birmingham Is America’s Most Bible Minded City, And The Same Sex Marriage Fight In Alabama

Well, the gay marriage debate is on fire here in Alabama.  But first, let’s talk about something the Birmingham Metro won.  From the website Barna.org, the Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Gadsden, and Anniston Metros […]

Sunday Discussion: 10 Reasons Why The State Of Alabama Is In Deep Trouble

Ah, Alabama.  We care about our Alabama Crimson Tide and Auburn Tigers, but when it comes to government, we could care about squat.  While the state is successful when it comes to […]

Sunday Discussion: Alvin Holmes And The Mixed-Race Family In Alabama

Don’t you love it when someone in the Alabama Legislature makes a fool of themselves once again?  A few weeks ago, Rep. Alvin Holmes said something that has angered many families across […]

Vote NO On Amendment One

On Tuesday people in Alabama will go to the polls and vote on only one Issue.  Should the state rewrite the state constitution to make special transfers of $145.8 million a year […]

Sunday Discussion: September 18th Vote

The vote that is coming up in Alabama on September 18th is already making the news and we are still around one month away from the vote.  The people of Alabama will […]

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