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Alabama National Fair

Alabama National Fair

A lot of prose has been devoted over the years to talking about the annual county fair as some great symbol of autumn, waxing poetic about the waxing harvest moon, and considerable carrying on about agricultural festivals, celebrating the start of the march into winter. While all of that is great in its own cliched […]

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Condemnation Confabulation

Condemnation Confabulation

The City of Montgomery made national headlines recently — and not in a good way. The kerfuffle involves city actions that some pundits are framing as “eminent domain through the back door.” The phrase “eminent domain” sets off alarm bells in large numbers of people, particularly after the United States Supreme Court’s controversial 2005 decision […]

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Political Games Can Have Lasting Impact

Political Games Can Have Lasting Impact

By on 9 June, 2010 in City Living, Government, Sandra Nickel with 0 Comments

I had hoped to breathe a huge sign of relief as the results of Tuesday’s Alabama primary election were announced. And that, sadly, was not to be. In the GOP primary for Governor, Bradley Byrne will face a runoff against either Robert Bentley or Tim James. Other races have runoffs as well. Why does this […]

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