State Sen. Hank Sanders: "Pray for me." Lawmaker faces knee-knocking decision.
Sam Brownback: A presidential campaign that is not on fire. Ouch!
At Hoover High School, it's not how you play the game; it's whether you win or lose.
Oct. 17, 2007
The Political Round-Up: Ludgood nice, but not 'too nice'; Bridges, clogs and consensus; gavel coming down; Sunday afternoons at Ben May. Want to read more? Why not subscribe?
Oct. 15, 2007
Long road nears end in Baldwin County Senate 32 contest.
Newly-elected Mobile County Commissioner Merceria Ludgood will take the oath of office Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 9:30 a.m. U.S. Magistrate Judge Sonja Bivins will administer the oath. The ceremony will be held in the Auditorium at Government Plaza.
Oct. 14, 2007
One state lawmaker's take on legislative process, politics and represenative democracy Montgomery-style.
The Political Round-Up: School system cipherin'; Dept. of Further Amplification; Jail Byrd?; Rudy Toot Toot; Bench marks; Looking for magic in the Magic City.
Oct. 11, 2007
Alabama's Community Colleges: The best of times, the worst of times. Indictments ahead, but so is a $5 million renovation of the Bishop State Community College Southwest Campus on Dauphin Island Parkway.
Time magazine follows up on story linking Rove to Siegelman prosecution.
The Realignment of Iraq: We're winning in Iraq because the Iraqis want us to -- Moqtada al-Sadr included.
Oct. 5, 2007
The Political Round-Up: A rare woman's touch coming to the county commission?; Wells & farewells?; Another brick in the wall; Thomas expands legal team; Pittman, Cooper to debate; Receiving Rudy; Murky Waters.
Selective Justice in Alabama? Time weighs in on the Siegelman prosecution.
Oct. 4, 2007
Turning the page, Thomas leaves judgeship; others vie for opening.
Steve Flowers: Fall special session could backfire on Riley.