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April 29, 2012
GOP race down to Romney and Paul (and may be closer than you think). 

Obama has a list and he's checking it twice.

Top five cliches that liberals use to avoid real arguments.

Washington Post: Let's just say it, Republicans are the problem.

Five myths about conservative voters. 

Obama whistling past economic cemetery. By Pete Riehm.

The criminalization of bad mothers.

April 28, 2012
Republicans bring party leaders to state.

The Democrats’ three-pronged plan for the ‘War on Women.’

Wedge issues may boost Obama prospects.

April 27, 2012
At Table: The Burger Man.

April 26, 2012
Arizona vs. United States.

Razing Arizona? How Alabama can win if Arizona loses at the Supreme Court.

​Blue Dog Democrats trying to stave off extinction following Pennsylvania losses.

Marco Rubio’s Dream Act alternative a challenge for Obama on illegal immigration.

Alabama Legislature approves private judges.

Legislative summary.

Reprimand recommended for lobbyist who cursed at House member.

April 25, 2012
Fierce debate on Arizona immigration law on eve of Supreme Court hearing.

Inside The Statehouse: Bentley’s efforts in tragedy were heroic. By Steve Flowers.

​Legislative summary.

​State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'I should have been kicked out of school but ...'

April 24, 2012
Rick Bragg gives last lecture.

St. Clair officials opposed to Jefferson County's proposed occupational tax.

Proposals would add $1 to cost of pack of cigarettes.

BP settlement challenged.

For first time since Depression, more Mexicans leave U.S. than enter.

Political ploy: Democrats plan to force vote on Arizona immigration law if it’s upheld by court.

April 23, 2012
Bragging rights: Pulitizer Prize-winning author giving Alabama's Last Lecture today.

Justices to rule on role of the states in immigration.

New York Times: How states should approach immigration.

Let Arizona's immigration law stand.

Phasing out nuclear power.

Is the tea party still relevant?

Dothan deals with economic wins and losses.

April 22, 2012
Female voters: Five myths.

Turned off from politics? That’s exactly what politicians want.

Online buying cutting state tax revenues.

Handful of voters may decide PSC race.

The Angels of Bataan and Corregidor: 70 Years Later.

April 21, 2012
New York TimesBackwards Alabama.

California exodus: Go elsewhere, young man, woman and child. State again harbinger of nation's perilous future.

Obama sees steep drop in cash from major donors.

Outside groups plan to focus on air war, ground game in 2012 election fight.

House to spank Austin.

AG urges judge to set trial in BP oil spill case.

April 20, 2012
BP Oil Spill: A stain that won't wash away.

Two years after BP oil spill, offshore drilling still poses risks.

Precautions needed to limit next oil spill.

Legislative summary.

Cold comfort.

NAFTA a mixed bag.


April 19, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Mobile, Baldwin governments sue BP; Riley backs Dean; On the Mark; Go West, GOP; Fleet Blessing.

Mentally ill crowding jails, officials say.

Legislative summary.

Jim Webb: Health-care law represents a leadership failure for Obama.

Georgia winning water war.

Aprtil 18, 2012
New York Times: The Big Spill, two years later.

Legislative summary.

Latino voters take center stage in both presidential campaigns.

Easier access to ballot box or Pandora's box?

Steve Flowers: Indian casinos big winners in gambling trial.

State Sen. Hank SandersMy fullness overflows.

April 17, 2012
The Political Round-Up.

The predators of Marengo County.

New York Times: Alabama digs a deeper hole.

Alabama again at forefront of civil rights issue.

Mitt Romney, a man of falsehoods. By Richard CohenWashington Post.

Romney rallies Republicans, still lags far behind in general popularity.

GOP chairman opposes relaxed ballot access for independents.

April 16, 2012
The Political Round-Up:

Handful of states could decide Obama/Romney battle.

Congressional Republicans turn focus on gas prices.

Many immigrants' children leaving American to chase the American dream.

Hard times for lawyers.

April 15, 2012
A veteran's death, a nation's shame.

April 14, 2012
Winning the War Against Women: The marriage tax and other obstacles to economic progress.

Obama, Romney tax plans for ultra-rich offer window on disparate economic views.

Limits of the 'Buffett Rule.'

Obama, like Buffett, had lower tax rate than his secretary.

April 13, 2012
The Political Round-UpMobile, Baldwin counties sue BP; GOP breakfast club; Tax Day Rally; Fleet Blessing.

Ironic Inspiration for Gulf Coast Vacation: BP ads.

Peggy NoonanIt's over. What have we learned?

Charles KrauthammerFree-lunch egalitarianism.

Democratic chief justice nominee Lyon addresses allegations.

Legislative summary.

April 12, 2012
Romney taking steps to narrow his gender gap.

Legislative summary.

Decatur DailySolid choices in November.

benefit of charter schools.

April 11, 2012
GPS: Once I was lost, but now am foundSo There. by Emmett Burnett.

Obama and the 'Buffett Rule.'

New York Times: The high cost of gambling on oil.

Lenders again dealing credit to risky clients.

Legislative summary.

Bentley a fun house mirror on taxes.

Decatur Daily: Charter bill a mistake.

April 10, 2012
U.S. Teen Births: Mississippi No. 1.

Universal cancer vaccine developed.

Health-care law will add $340 billion to budget deficit, study finds.

Obama holds key leads on Romney, as economy malaise looms over reelection bid.

Legislators to consider immigration law revisions.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'It’s tough when Senators cannot have their say on the Alabama Senate Floor on bills of importance.'

April 9, 2012
At Table: Alabama's BEST worst kept secret.

O'Keefe voter fraud investigation: Young man offered Attorney General Eric Holder's ballot.

UA law school a top stop for U.S. Supreme Court justices.

Catholic leaders remain critical of Obama administration.

Some Alabama counties can't enforce immigration law.

Social security disability claims soaring in recent years.

Catholic commerical urges pushback in November. 

April 8, 2012
Has Tea Party become GOP liability?

New York TimesIt's over, Romney GOP nominee.

Easter Bunny arrested, all hopped up

April 6, 2012
A 'war on women' or battle for their votes

Alabama anti-illegal immigration law getting overhaul.

Anniston StarTold ya' so.

School systems, schools listed as low-performing.

April 5, 2012
The Exploitation of Trayvon Martin: The absurdity of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton is that they want to make a movement out of an anomaly. Black teenagers today are afraid of other black teenagers, not whites.

Obama bullying of Supreme Court a mistake?

Decatur DailyPipe down, Barack!

Legislative summary.

Mercedes-Benz debuts new Alabama-built GL-Class in the Big Apple.

Charter schools.

Bill giving tax breaks to businesses that hire veterans signed into law.

The Ottoman Empire's life or death race.

America's longtime counterterrorism czar warns that the cyberwars have already begun — and that we might be losing.

April 4, 2012
Charter school bill to change: House panel meets today to address concerns.

Tough anti-illegal immigration law dies in Mississippi.

Romney's Wisconsin win means the end of the end.

Inside the Statehouse: GOP voters put Moore back in the saddle.  

Legislative summary.

April 3, 2012
At Table: Grow Alabama.

U.S. Postal Service wants out of government-provided health insurance.

Alabama legislature reconvenes for second half of session.

Illinois pension director suggests cuts for retirees.

Why people hate the banks.

The worst economic recovery in history.

Antipathy of women under 50 toward Romney doom GOP.

A judge turns on the light.

Investment in residential real estate poised to explode.

Charter school bill raises concerns from state school board member.

Washington Post: Obama's unsettling attack on the Supreme Court. 

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'Selma, O' Selma.'

None of the above: Write-in candidates become alternatives for state chief justice.

A rush to judgment: Act in haste, repent at leisure.

April 2, 2012
Decatur Daily: Leadership deficiency?

The Anniston Star: The anniversary of a mistake.

Romney campaign: Forget Mitt, Ann's the plan.

Criminalizing hate a 'costly form of sanctimony.'

Biden says Supreme Court will uphold healthy-care law.

'Hey, Boo:' The eternal mystery of Harper Lee.

Nineteen signs America coming apart at the seams.

Defeating acrophobia.

April 1, 2012
Primary turnout could signal trouble for GOP.

Mississippi town's immigrants pray bill will die.

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