What will Love's next fling involve?
The “opportunity” that Jay Love is about to pursue could point the way to how the state educates its children
Taking a small step toward mental illness awareness
The purpose of the (public) forum, much like this series, is to inform teachers, clergy, medical workers and the public about how to recognize the symptoms of mental illness, where to turn for help and how the involuntary and voluntary commitment process works in Limestone County.
Court decision is the right direction
Some who fought for equality and civil rights for black Americans fear the loss of protection that could come from weakening the Voting Rights Act. But at some point, this country must move forward. Part of moving forward is recognizing change and trusting that it is genuine.
U.S. should not ignore Afghanistan
Is the Taliban genuinely interested in a political solution after so many years of war? Or are they simply buying time? We suspect the latter. It’s very hard to tell
- Coalition behind farm bills waning
Capstone should remember past, honor progress
When Gov. George C. Wallace stepped aside, Vivian Malone and James Hood walked through. They announced that more than a quarter of the state’s population and millions of people from other states would no longer be shut out.
- State gov’t should work for citizens
Seizure of phone records an insult to independent press
The Justice Department’s explanation that it complied with national security laws, and limited its review of last year’s April and May records to the phone numbers of the callers and not the content of the calls, is thin cover for this affront to the free press clause of the First Amendment.
Gun law salve that won't heal
The Tuscaloosa News on state senate's gun law:
- ‘Double-dipping’ shouldn’t be used to buy influence
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- What will Love's next fling involve?