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Holding fast to our values

In the face of terrorism, our most cherished ideals are under attack. Fortunately, Hawai‘i and other states have loudly expressed and re-doubled their commitment to the shared values of a free and open society. 149 more words

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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly, The Alabama Second Special Session Will Be Nuts

Right now as I am writing this, the legislatures clowns down in Montgomery are already back in a second special session.  Tonight is pretty much a come together, because starting tomorrow, the fireworks really begin!   1,630 more words


Five Preschool Shows The People In The Alabama Legislature Should Watch

Congrats Alabama Legislature!  You are wrapping up a special session, and did almost nothing!  Nope, you either sat on your butts, whined, argued, or never compromised.   637 more words

My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

Yes, There Is A GoFundMe Page To Solve The Alabama General Fund Crisis

Yes, Alabama State Senator Paul Sanford has set up a GoFundMe page as a way to help solve Alabama’s General Fund crisis.  The goal is only a short $300 million, and as of this writing, only around $500 has been raised.   1,126 more words


The Alabama Legislature Wants To Solve The Budget Crisis With An Sex Tax

As we all know, the Alabama Legislature is currently meeting down in Montgomery and coming up with several ways to screw most of its citizens.  One of the ideas being floated around by Rep. 410 more words

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Hey Alabama Legislature, Keep Your Greedy Hands Off Of Forever Wild

The Alabama Legislature is coming up with some crazy ideas to do anything possible to avoid the dreaded three letter world “Tax.”  Another one of those stupid ideas is to take all the funds from the state’s Forever Wild Land Trust program and send it to the state parks in Alabama.  554 more words