- 8:00 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
- 10:00 AM – The host of WVNN’s 3rd Rail Politics, Rex Davis
- 10:30 AM – Owner of Athens Pro Wrestling, Johnny Loveday
Terror in Nice…
Surely, these are militant Protestants.
It will get worse…
This is nothing new to radical Muslims…
Don’t forget about the “Day of Rage”…
Obama doesn’t make things worse….
WHNT has lost it’s mind…
It’s about a conversation…
Show me where they showed the other side.
Also, I am glad WHNT is owning this breach in journalistic ethics and are supporting your reporter.
Donald Trump is choosing Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his vice presidential nominee, according to multiple media reports.
Pence, who was considering running for president but chose not to run, is expected to be announced Friday as Trump’s choice for vice president.
The Indiana governor has had meetings with Trump and attended rallies with the presumptive Republican nominee in the last week.
Pence has appeal as Trump’s running mate since he is the governor of a Midwestern state, and Trump is looking to court working class voters in Indiana and the surrounding states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan.
Other contenders for Trump’s vice president included former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions.
onald Trump tweeted early this evening that he would be delaying the announcement of his choice for vice president due to the attack in Nice, France. The announcement was expected to be made on Friday.
At least 60 people have died after a truck deliberately drove through a crowd during a Bastille Day celebration.
Newt throws a Hail Mary with a Shariah Law test…
A who’s who of political and law enforcement figures, people who apparently knew of a relationship between Gov. Robert Bentley and Rebekah Mason before it was made public in March, were called to testify before a special grand jury convened this week in Montgomery Circuit Court.
Ray Lewis, the former state trooper who earned hundreds of thousands of dollars in overtime while serving as Bentley’s personal security officer, testified Monday and Tuesday, sources close to Lewis said. He is the man widely believed to know most about the actions of Bentley and Mason, and the man whose testimony has been most anticipated.
Bentley himself was called to testify – the Alabama Political Reporter first reported that, and captured the governor on film, and it has been confirmed. Others called include Stan Stabler, who was appointed head of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency after Bentley fired Spencer Collier.
As this new grand jury meets, we dust off the old question — who will be indicted?
But how many times must we go through something like this before we admit that the real indictment is of Alabama itself and her voters?
Of us, who go to the polls distracted by red-meat political issues that have little to do with the day-to-day function of state government.
Of us, who accept Obama-bashing and whining about the federal government as true measure of conservative credentials.
Of us who accept candidates’ claims to be pro-life or pro-family as legitimate tests of their ethical fortitude.
Of us, who don’t elect people of character, just characters.
We can plead guilty, and promise to do better.
Or we can move from one courtroom to the next, forever.
Sharpton wants the mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota to shut up when he criticize violent protestors…
Tebow not speaking at the RNC…
The Democrats have found a narrative they like….
“It’s easier to get a gun, than it is to get X!”
The Pinocchio Test
This is a catchy talking point that people obviously paid attention to, but it doesn’t make much sense. Literally speaking, not all states allow people under 21 years old to buy a handgun. And as far as we know, there’s no minimum age or a background check required to get a book or use the computer for free at a public library.
The White House noted that in the context of the speech, Obama was speaking about the lack of opportunity and ready access to guns in many communities, particularly lower-income areas. It’s accurate to say there are communities that lack education, employment and health-care resources. And it’s fair to say that in some communities, there is ready access to illegally obtained guns for teens who can get them easily from a fellow gang member, friend or a family member — perhaps without even having to leave their home or their street.
But the president can make that point without resorting to such an exaggerated claim based in no real statistics, and which does nothing but distract the public. The president earns Three Pinocchios.
Which they obviously know.
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