November 16, 2022 – Jo Bonner Inaugurated as President of USA

Jo Bonner was officially sworn in as the fourth president of the University of South Alabama on September 23, 2022. The University of South Alabama…


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November 9, 2022 – Kay Ivey is Governor Again

Governor Kay Ivey’s 2022 reelection victory run has been very impressive.  Some of you may be wondering how quickly I have been able to resolve that…


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November 2, 2022 – Election Year Observations

This 2022 Election Year in Alabama has been monumental and memorable.  Any gubernatorial year is big in the state.  It is the brass ring of Alabama…


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October 26, 2022 – General Election Is Upon Us

Believe it or not, our 2022 General Election is upon us, November 8 to be exact  It seems to be going under the radar screen of most Alabama voters…


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October 19, 2022 – Congressional Delegation Reelected in November

Our Alabama Congressional delegation will all be reelected next month, as usual.  We are no different than any other state when it comes to the…


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October 12, 2022 – National Trends Do Not Affect Alabama

As mentioned last week, all polling points to a significant Republican pickup of congressional seats in the upcoming November General Election.  It…


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October 5, 2022 – GOP Poised for Congressional Gains on Election Day

For over 100 years, political history has revealed without deviation that when a Democrat wins the presidency in a presidential year, that in the…


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September 28, 2022 – New Fiscal Year Begins, Teachers and State Employees Looking Good

The new state fiscal year begins October 1, and the two state budgets are flush.  Both the General Fund and the State Special Education Budgets will…


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September 21, 2022 – Board of Education

School board members are some of the most selfless public servants in Alabama. This accolade goes to the Alabama State Board of Education, and more…


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September 14, 2022 – The Decibel Level Story

Those of us who served a long time in the legislature have a lot of stories.  I served 16 years from 1982 to 1998 from my home county of Pike.  I…


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