- 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
- 8:20 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
- 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
- 10:00 AM – Top Ten Tweets at 10
- 10:20 AM – 3rd Rail Politics’ Rex Davis
- 10:50 AM – Alabama football legend Scott Hunter
Media didn’t fixate on Truthers…
Bentley’s “Sanctuary City” at VictoryLand…
Donald Trump Jr. defended remarks about the media “warming up the gas chamber” on Thursday, clarifying to NBC News that he was referring to capital punishment and not the gas chambers used by Nazis to murder Jews.
Stupid comment, dumber defense. Why must the right defend stupid things the Trumps do.
We know what gas chambers means… Just stop.
Media phonies promote false narratives…
Of course, this comment was preceded by “Of course this is tongue-in-cheek”. Doesn’t matter. AL.com will write a story on this today. Watch.
Tonight, before Brainerd takes the field to play Region 3-2A rival Marion County, Gwyn and each of the Panthers players will stand for the national anthem, bow their heads and place their closed right fists over their hearts.
“That’s the symbol of black power, and I think that’s a fitting way to make a statement about this issue and do it in a way that we’re united together,” Gwyn explained. “Let’s be honest, there is still racism in our country, and we need to shed light on it and make it so that that changes for the next generation.
“I deal with racism every day. It may not be in-your-face or name-calling, but when I stand up in a faculty meeting to speak, I see white faculty who look uninterested in what I have to say or roll their eyes. It’s not just me. I see how they react when our principal [Uras Agee, who is also black] or other black faculty speaks. It feels like they respect the title, but not the person. It’s very frustrating.”
His co-workers are all racist.
SNOWDEN IS NOT A HERO!
Bentley can spend your money…
Another lawsuit challenging the funding for the new hotel and conference center at Gulf State Park has been dismissed.
Montgomery County Circuit Judge Greg Griffin today dismissed the lawsuit filed by State Auditor Jim Zeigler and state Rep. Johnny Mack Morrow, D-Red Bay, who alleged that the BP oil spill funds being used for the project were not authorized by the Legislature for that purpose.
Griffin ruled that Morrow and Zeigler lacked standing to bring the lawsuit.
Griffin cited a previous ruling by Circuit Judge Truman Hobbs, who dismissed a lawsuit filed by former state Conservation Commissioner Charles Grimsley making similar claims.
In that case, Hobbs ruled that Grimsley lacked standing as a taxpayer because the money for the project was coming from BP, not taxpayers.
Morrow and Zeigler asserted that their official positions gave them standing to bring the lawsuit and based that claim on other cases.
But Griffin, in a four-page order, found that those cases were not persuasive and ruled that Morrow and Zeigler did not have standing and also noted that their claims concerned money coming from BP, not from taxpayers.
Gov. Robert Bentley, a proponent of the Gulf State project and a defendant in the case, issued a statement saying that Griffin’s decision reiterates the point that the project is being funded through legal means.
“The redevelopment of the Gulf State Park will benefit Alabama as well as all state parks throughout the state,” Bentley said.
Interim Superintendent hired…
Former-Speaker Mike Hubbard denied a new trial…
Paul Ryan tells Trump to release the tax returns…
When asked by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review why his father still hasn’t make his tax returns public, Donald Trump, Jr., didn’t bother mentioning the IRS audit. Instead, he said:
“Because he’s got a 12,000-page tax return that would create … financial auditors out of every person in the country asking questions that would detract from (his father’s) main message.”
Quite clearly, Trump, Jr., is saying that the Trump campaign doesn’t want the media and the American public looking into the Trump finances and business dealings. This shouldn’t come as a surprise. Over the summer, Trump told ABC News that the tax rate he pays is “none of your business,”and that he fights “very hard to pay as little tax as possible.” Trump has also argued that “there’s nothing to learn” from a person’s tax returns, and that the American people aren’t really interested in them.
The people want them released by the way….
Yet surveys indicate that 62% of Republicans and 74% of all voters say he should release them. What the American public seem to be saying, then, is that if there’s nothing to learn, and if there’s nothing to hide, then why not simply release the tax returns?
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Kasich is still a “no”… Wonder if Trump will attack…
Snowden is a terrible guy, no pardon for this a-hole…
Terrible people make everything terrible, including their workplace…
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