The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for August 11th. 2017

    • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
    • 7:30 AM – State Senator Tripp Pittman
    • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
    • 8:20 AM – State Senator Arthur Orr
    • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
    • 9:30 AM – State Rep. Ed Henry

More polling…


Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore is leading Sen. Luther Strange by more than eight percentage points in the primary special election for the U.S. Senate, according to a poll released Thursday.

In a hypothetical runoff between Moore and Strange, the judge would prevail over the incumbent senator, 45 percent to 35 percent, the survey found.

Worth noting….

Moore is embarrassingly out of touch…

Where this might be going…

Wait, there is a Democrat race too?

You don’t brag about this…


North Alabama sex assault scandal…

This is comedy…

Come on, clearly someone told them to do this.

Eight staffers to Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., changed their Facebook profile pictures to an identical image of Sen. Luther Strange proclaiming “I’m With Big Luther” that urges voters to cast their ballot for the incumbent senator in next week’s special election. The image is the same one used on Strange’s Facebook page.

Shelby’s office said neither the senator nor anyone in the office pushed the staffers — who comprise about half of the staff — to change their Facebook profile pictures, adding that the Facebook pages are the staffers’ personal property and reflect their personal views. The office also said that a large majority of Shelby’s staff hail from Alabama, and it would not be unusual for them to allude to the race on social media.

If the staffers were ordered by Shelby or someone else in his office to change their profile pictures to boost Strange’s campaign, it could be a violation of ethics rules.

Should their be ethics charges? No.

But don’t insult me.

Hillary still in trouble…

Did the DNC even get hacked?

Don Siegelman is a fool who is conning other fools….

The key charges revolved around accusations that Siegelman reappointed a health care executive, Richard Scrushy, to a key regulatory board in exchange for Scrushy contributing to the campaign for Siegelman’s proposed state lottery. Siegelman had personally guaranteed the lottery campaign’s debt. Siegelman was acquitted on other charges, including racketeering and mail fraud stemming from what prosecutors alleged was a “pay-for-play” scheme involving a lobbyist.

Siegelman and his backers have alleged for years that Karl Rove, top political adviser to then-President Bush, targeted Siegelman with the help of Republican prosecutors, including Leura Canary, a U.S. attorney at the time whose husband was a Rove ally. Billy Canary remains a key Republican player in Alabama politics as head of the state chamber of commerce.

The documentary adds a new allegation: That Democratic President Barack Obama’s attorney general, Eric Holder, refused to seriously pursue allegations of misconduct because Rove had plied his former law firm with lucrative government legal work.

Siegelman lost multiple federal appeals in his case, and his backers were unsuccessful in urging Obama to pardon Siegelman.

Gee… Why wouldn’t employees at Google want to speak up?


Does the AP know Guam is part of the U..S.?

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