The Doug Jones campaign reported on Monday that they have raised over $2 million in the third quarter of 2019. Jones now has over 26,000 donors and over $5 million in cash-on-hand. The Jones campaign says that this will allow Doug Jones to continue building […]
In the fall of 2016, I was having a discussion with a Republican friend who was a fan of nominee Donald Trump. We discussed the pros and cons of a Trump/Clinton administration and how they may affect the nation both positively and negatively. Unlike many […]
Like in any football game, momentum can swing back and forth from one side to the next for no reason at all. However, it certainly looks like the early momentum is with the Tommy Tuberville campaign according to polling data. In a new poll by […]
After this week’s ransomware attack, three DCH hospitals are starting to come back online. On late Tuesday, a variant of the Ryuk Ransomware struck the IT networks of the DCH Hospitals in Tuscaloosa, Fayette, and Northport. The hospitals had to start diverting all but the […]
Yeah, it’s been some great economic news lately for some, but more Alabamians seem to be working harder than ever, with less to show for it.
The United States Supreme Court today agreed to hear an abortion case out of Louisiana. This is the first abortion case that will be argued since Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch joined the bench, creating a conservative majority. The Louisiana law requires physicians that […]
Better late than never. Madison County has released its 2020 Transportation Plan, the last county to do so. The plan lists road projects for the county that will take advantage of extra funds from the Rebuild Alabama Act. Madison County commissioners approved a $4 million […]
The U.S. Government has spared a Mobile, AL plant from the impact of tariffs against the European planemaker.
Governor Kay Ivey on Wednesday announced that she has released an extra, conditional state appropriation that when matched with federal dollars will provide a total of $78 million in extra payments to state hospitals for treating Medicaid beneficiaries. “I want to do everything I can […]
The Alabama Ethics Commission on Wednesday voted 4-0 to refer a complaint about Alabama State Senator David Burkette (D-Montgomery) to the Montgomery District Attorney. Charles Price, a the chair of the Ethics Commission, abstained from the vote. No details about what the complaint entails has […]