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Addressing Race and Justice…Again

Jeremy Jeffcoat | June 5, 2020 | Opinion Article

The inexcusable death of George Floyd at the hand of Minneapolis Police has seemingly opened festering wounds in America. These wounds are never far below the surface in our society, even after so many decades of effort by so many to soothe them. But the...

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...

Reflections On A Pretty Good Easter

Jeremy Jeffcoat | April 13, 2020 | Opinion Article

Just as it was for everyone, our Easter was different this year. No church service to attend, no large family gathering, or huddling close for pictures. The COVID 19 outbreak has temporarily taken all of that from us. We were able, though, to have a...

Dear Gov. Ivey: Let’s Not Be Wisconsin

Jeremy Jeffcoat | April 8, 2020 | Opinion Article
collection of vote badges

Governor Kay Ivey and Secretary of State John Merrill need to immediately review the footage of yesterday’s primary elections in Wisconsin. Long lines of voters in masks, standing far too close together, and in groups so large that it violates literally every published guideline. There...

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