The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for May 12th, 2017…


  • 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
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood

Why would you trust any of these people?

Make no mistake about this, all of this is about 2018, not sure a non-stop biased media attack on Trump can get it done…

Democrats moving further to the left is a suicide mission being ignored by the media.

Law and Order is back, get ready for cries of racism.

Gee, I sure hope no one does anything to change this super affordable ObamaCare program…

This autism debate is ridiculous…

Bad law but, if there is a vote, it will pass…


The bill must go back to the House if the Senate approves changes and who knows what happens then.

This is not over….

Don Yancey, deputy director for the Retirement Systems of Alabama, which oversees PEEHIP, said Thursday they estimated the therapies would cost about $18 million a year. That would be about 1.2 percent of the total PEEHIP budget, which runs close to $1.5 billion.

“In the grand scheme of things, $15 or $20 million is not a huge amount,” he said. “But when you have to ask it from the Legislature – I’ve been yelled at for asking for a lot less.”

Pittman’s maneuver stunned supporters of the bill, who accused the senator of breaking a promise to allow a vote. They warned that they would slow business in the upper chamber, or even move to end the session. Sen. Dick Brewbaker, R-Pike Road, who warned of a significant slowdown or shutdown of Senate business without a vote, said if committee chairs withhold bills, it’s usually because of technical legal issues, and not because the chair lost a vote.

My guess? It dies.

The legislature is the worst…


Employers will still be able to ask about felonies, but these folks want an entire ban.

Won’t pass.


You’re welcome, Roy Moore, these guys have handed you some dumb stuff to talk about.

The bill says the Ten Commandments displays in public schools or on public property would be “in a manner that complies with constitutional requirements, including, but not limited to, being intermingled with historical or educational items, or both, in a larger display.”

The Senate passed the bill 23-7, with seven Democrats voting against it.

Sen. Billy Beasley of Clayton was the only Democrat to vote for it.

The bill includes a prohibition against using public funds to defend the constitutionality of the amendment in court.

Won’t pass.


This is amazing…

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