Trump Hits Back at Sessions and Attacks Jones

Dakota Layton | May 24, 2020

The Twitter war between President Trump and his former Attorney General, Jeff Sessions has intensified to a new stage. On Sunday, Sessions tweeted, “[email protected]: Mr. President, Alabama can and does trust me, as do conservatives across the country. Perhaps you’ve forgotten. They trusted me when...

Sessions Defends Himself Against Trump and Tuberville; Jones Responds

Dakota Layton | May 24, 2020

AL GOP Senate candidate Jeff Sessions has repeatedly tried to reconcile his relationship with President Donald Trump while at the same time, defending his decision to recuse himself from the Russia-related investigations into the President. However, his attempts have been futile. The President has continued...

Our Weaknesses Are Laid Bare

Jeremy Jeffcoat | May 22, 2020 | Opinion Article Pickens County Medical Center

Our weaknesses are laid bare, Alabama. At times, there are passionate debates about what issues need to be addressed first in our state. We spend a great deal of time chasing our tails over issues like prison overcrowding, gas taxes, and toll roads…but now reality...

Trump Tax Cuts Architect Stephen Moore Endorses Jeff Sessions

Dakota Layton | May 22, 2020

Stephen Moore, a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Heritage Foundation who has been nicknamed the “architect” of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, endorsed former Attorney General Jeff Sessions in his bid for U.S. Senate. “Jeff Sessions played a heroic role in terms...

New Poll Shows Tuberville Leading Sessions by 23 Points

Dakota Layton | May 22, 2020 Tommy Tuberville TV Ad

The AL GOP runoff election between former Auburn football Coach Tommy Tuberville and former Attorney General Jeff Sessions will take place on July 14 and a new poll shows Tuberville leading Sessions by an impressive 23 points. The poll was conducted by the Republican pollster...

Alabama Legislature Passes COVID-19 Relief Bill

Dakota Layton | May 19, 2020 Alabama House of Representatives Chambers

On Monday, the Alabama House and Senate passed Governor Kay Ivey’s plan for using the $1.8 billion allocated to the state by the CARES Act, the massive $2 trillion stimulus package that was passed on a bipartisan basis in Congress and signed into law by...

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