If anything good came out of the Meth Attack Squirrel story, it’s that maybe people will realize that the opioid crisis is just one piece of a much larger issue.
It’s not enough to begin messaging a few months prior to an election. Promoting and discussing progressive policies should be a priority year-round. It needs to be engaging and visceral.
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill announced in a press conference Tuesday that he will run for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Doug Jones. Merrill is the sixth candidate to enter the increasingly crowded Republican primary, which also includes U.S. Rep Bradley […]
This was just more absurdist political theater from the Republicans, but it also clearly shows that they have a real problem finding the courage to denounce prejudice and bigotry.
With the new leadership at the top of Airbus, it’s time for them to start laying the groundwork for the type of company Airbus is going to be under Guillaume Faury. This will be the first European Air Show for Airbus with Faury at the […]
The Paris Air Show will be a different kind of show for Boeing this year due to two recent crashes of the Boeing 737 Max plane, the first a Lion Air 737 in November of 2018 and the second an Ethiopian Airlines 737 in March […]
A special election held Tuesday to fill the District 74 House seat that was vacated by the death of Dimitri Polizos failed to find a majority. Charlotte Meadows wasn’t able to secure 50 percent of the vote on Tuesday and will now face Michael Fritz […]
I am too young ever to have attended the World’s Fair. I have also never been to a European Airshow either. I can only imagine that the atmosphere at both is very similar. The excitement and buzz around the events must be electrifying. Today’s article […]
Gov. Kay Ivey signed SB 236 into law today. The bill, sponsored by Tim Melson (R-Florence), will set up a commission to study the best path forward for legalizing medical marijuana in Alabama. Dustin Chandler, whose daughter Carly inspired Caryl’s Law, posted on Facebook thanking […]
Regardless of partisan affiliation, Alabama voters have got to abstain from their toxic addiction to identity politics and work together to address the real problems that are facing the state.