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March 31, 2012
New York Times: Big Oil's bogus campaign.

March 30, 2012
Talladega Daily Home: Look for chief justice race to heat up.

New York Times: A cruel budget.

Lesbian awareness in Alabama.

March 29, 2012
AEA official: Time to tell Montgomery to support schools, not cut them.

Supreme Court's health-care ruling could deal dramatic blow to Obama presidency.

Parties brace for fallout from court's ruling on health care.

ObamaCare Reckoning: Overturning the whole law would be an act of judicial restraint.

We're not France ... yet. By Daniel Henninger, Wall Street Journal.

Out-of-state tuition on the way out.

Two Mobile attorneys running write-in campaigns for chief justice.

March 28, 2012
Second Mobile lawyer launches write-in campaign for chief justice.

Supreme Court takes on Medicaid.

Why health care law might stand at the Supreme Court.

Contingency plans few if court strikes down insurance requirement.

$360 million shortage looms over Legislature.

March 27, 2012
At Table: Spring has sprung or I really love meatloaf.

Moore or Lyon?

Supreme Court begins review of health care law.

March 26, 2012
Redistricting will lead to big changes, stronger GOP hand.

Governor 13.3%: Jerry Brown's latest California accomplishment.

ObamaCare: Rarely has a bill with so little potential inspired so much contention. By Robert Samuelson, Washington Post.

March 25, 2012
Roy Moore: 'Thou shalt not make a big deal about the 10 Commandments this time.'

The first black president has made it harder to talk about race in America.

Legal fees addup as tri-state water war continues.

Five myths about the health care law.

Legislative harmony precarious as lawmakers prepare for second half of session.

March 24, 2012
Obama on Trayvon Martin: ‘If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon.’

March 23, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Mobile attorney launches independent write-in campaign for Chief Justice.

Liberty and ObamaCare: The Affordable Care Act claims federal power is unlimited. Now the High Court must decide.

GOP leader opposes current charter schools bill.

Legislative summary.

March 22, 2012
Mobile Cruise Terminal/Parking Deck: Dilemma or Opportunity? Part 3. By Forrest Latta.

Understanding liberals and conservatives.

Legislative summary.

March 21, 2012
With no cruise ship in sight, what should Mobile do with its cruise terminal and parking garage on the downtown waterfront? Part 2.

Ryan introduces GOP budget plan, trimming social programs and tax rates.

A legislative summary.

Inside the Statehouse: Beasley recalls the night of the long speeches. By Steve Flowers.

Anniston Star: Sessions does Alabama no favors with his rhetoric.

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'Victory was sweet but came at high price.'

March 20, 2012
With no cruise ship in sight, what should Mobile do with its cruise terminal and parking garage on the waterfront? Part 1.

States get poor report cards.

The GOP Budget and America's Future: The president's budget gives more power to bureaucrats, takes more from taxpayers to fuel the expansion of government, and commits our nation to a future of debt and decline. By Congressman Paul Ryan for the Wall Street Journal.

March 19, 2012
Folksy doesn't work for Romney down South.

March 18, 2012
Daylight Savings Time is dang stupid thing. So There. By Emmett Burnett.

Has Romney run a lousy campaign?

Santorum/Romney clash reveals stark divide within GOP.

A county-by-county look at GOP race in Alabama.

Santorum support boosted Moore.

Romney has quiet victory.

Romney would do better to drop Southern charm and just be himself.

March 17, 2012
Artur Davis criticizes Alabama Democrats over Bill Maher.

In GOP race, voters divided over religion's place in politics.

How charter schools can hurt.

New York Times: A Republican talks sense on taxes.

Anniston Star: Thanking Shelby for work on RESTORE.

March 16, 2012
Los Angeles Times: That's right, y'all. Roy Moore is back.

New York Times: Roy Moore strong argument against democracy.

Gambling and getting rich: Poarch Creek casinos cashing in on Alabama’s anti-gambling crusade

Gambling and getting rich: Poarch Creek casinos cashing in on Alabama’s anti-gambling crusade.

White House in full re-election mode.

Bentley kicks off China trade conference.

Legislative summary.

March 15, 2012
Election aftermath: Winners & losers.

Why did Rick Santorum and Roy Moore both win in Alabama? Experts weigh in.

Moore credits grassroots effort for primary win.

Legislative summary.

Divided on the right.

Anniston Star: What's wrong with Alabama?

March 14, 2012
Romney losses show disgruntled GOP base.

Is Romney still inevitable?

Roy Moore: 'The people have spoken.'

State Sen. Hank Sanders: 'March more than a re-enactment.'

Steve Flowers: Alabama one of nation's safest GOP states.

Bentley to propose charter schools plan.

Big Oil, Bigger Taxes: Industry sends more money to Washington than to shareholders.

March 13, 2012
Alabama, Mississippi may clarify GOP presidential scrap.

Obama slips, poll reflects volatility.

Poll: Obama's a Muslim to many voters in Alabama and Mississippi.

Winegate.

Mayor Sam Jones points City Council toward 'obvious solution' to city's financial woes.

March 12, 2012
Election Day: What's ahead? A motley collection of thoughts, observations, analysis and predictions.

For breakfast out, it's Rest Inn. At Table by the Clever Cleaver.

South less predictable this time around.

Gas prices sink Obama’s ratings on economy, bring parity to race for White House.

Docs ditch Mobile over Alabama immigration law.

Aging Alabama in need of immigrants: State may face shortage of skills and workers.

Rekindling those gambling fires.

Gambling trial not a vindication.

March 11, 2012
Alabama a must-win for Gingrich.

New York Times: Not-so-crazy Republicans.

When states put out the unwelcome mat.

Chief justice contest spiciest entree on Tuesday's menu.

Milton McGregor steps lighter without ankle bracelet.

Malcolm X, George Wallace: Peas in a pod.

So much for limited government.

March 10, 2012
Alabama GOP primary a dead heat, says poll.

Mitt, grits and grit.

Santorum, Gingrich ratchet up conservative rhetoric in the South.

Bill helps make Alabama primary relevant.

March 9, 2012
Councilwoman Bess Rich on city finances: Dancing in the dark.

Romney in the Deep South: Stranger in a strange land.

Decatur Daily: Romney best choice for GOP.

Florence Times Daily: Romney endorsed.

Legislative summary.

Harry Miree, younger brother of Mobile murder victim Keyser Miree, still making music as capital murder trial nears.

March 8, 2012
BULLETIN: GOP presidential hopefuls descend on Port city. Rick Santorum and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich will campaign in Mobile this weekend, according to local party chairperson Terry Lathan. Gingrich's appearance is set for 7-9 p.m. at the Henderson Antique Car Barn, 5253 Hwy. 90 in Tillman's Corrner. Gingrich is expected to spend the night in Mobile and may have a Saturday morning campaign itinerary here before moving on to other Alabama appearances. Santorum will hold a "Rally for Rick" at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Battleship USS Alabama Pavilion,
2703 Battleship Parkway.

Local AEA director Jesse McDaniel offers Op-Ed: Favoring corporations over children just bad business.

Romney: 'Say uncle,guys.'

Dothan Eagle: No winners, everyone loses after bingo corruption trial fails twice to convict.

Alabama casinos to return in wake of gambling verdict.

Anti-incumbent 'Super Pac' increasing Congress' sense of insecurity.

Mother Jones: Alabama '... just not right.'

March 7, 2012
GOP Split Decision: Romney has good night but can't finish off Santorum.

Romney leaves rural religious South cold.

Striking down a bad law, piece by piece.

A legislative summary.

Nobody likes a whiner.

March 6, 2012
Reagan Was A Sure Loser, Too: Conventional wisdom about Republican presidential prospects sounds mighty familiar.

Tuscaloosa News: Photo ID no burden for today's voters.

March 5, 2012
At Table by The Clever Cleaver: March Madness. (MBT welcomes a new feature on food and drink and the interesting folks who work in the industry in Mobile and Baldwin counties.)

What's so super about Tuesday? Why, 419 GOP delegates.

Chief Justice race features all-star cast.

Social media shows power , including criminal investigations.

Bachus in tough re-election battle.

Obama allies, foes speculate on a big — and hypothetical — second-term agenda.

The Car of the Future Will Drive You: Truly auto-mobile is coming if liability laws don't stop it.

March 4, 2012
Super Tuesday contests will reshape GOP race.

Three Republicans vie for PSC presidency.

March 3, 2012
Fairway of Dreams: A weekend with Robert Trent Jones.

Chief Justice race tops races for Alabama judgeships.

An Alabama sound stage: State Senate needs to pass film incentives bill.

The Poverty of an Idea.

March 2, 2012
Legislative summary.

March 1, 2012
The Political Round-Up: Straw polls and assorted political odds and ends.

Oscar Night: 'Look at us. Are we not wonderful?' So There. by Emmett Burnett.

Is Jefferson County's bankruptcy Jefferson County's problem or yours?

New York Times: Romney wins, middle class loses.

Firefighters rally in support of legislation at State House.

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