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Good Riddance, Roy Moore…

…although I’m sure we haven’t seen the last of him. In case you haven’t been following the news, Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore has been permanently suspended without pay for the remainder of his term by the state’s Judicial Inquiry … Continue reading

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Roy Moore returns to Alabama Supreme Court

I feel for ya, Alabama, I really do. You voted for him, and now you’re gonna have to live with Roy Moore as the Chief Justice of your Supreme Court. Again. Moore, who was removed from that office in 2003 … Continue reading

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Should Alabama sue Texas over the recent tornadoes?

Follow this logic.  Last month, Texas Governor Rick Perry proclaimed Easter weekend (April 22-24) as “Days of Prayer for Rain in the State of Texas.”  Never mind the blatant unconstitutionality and foolish superstition of this stunt: Perry claims, with a … Continue reading

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Podcast #114 – Robert Bentley Is Not Your Brother

Alabama’s new governor Robert Bentley has wasted no time courting controversy.  On his inauguration day (which also happened to be federal Martin Luther King Day holiday), Bentley spoke at a church and artlessly proclaimed that non-Christians were not his “brothers … Continue reading

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AL governor apologies for Christian comments

Alabama’s new governor Robert Bentley has apologies for artless statements he made on his inauguration day.  After his swearing in, Bentley made remarks at a local church about how born-again Christians were his “brothers and sisters” and those that weren’t, … Continue reading

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Roy Moore running for AL governor

Well, I knew this was coming.  Roy Moore is running for governor of Alabama.  Again.  Aren’t you thrilled?  (I am, kind of, since it will provide endless fodder for the AF podcast…but I don’t envy you, Alabamans.) Moore, you may … Continue reading

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“That’s where the blade was found at.”

Behind the “at”?  No, in a Bible.  An inmate in Dothan, Alabama tried to escape by hiding a hacksaw blade in the Good Book (‘Good’ fer hidin’ thangs!).  Here’s the complete report (click here while the link lasts to read it … Continue reading

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