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Columnist and Online order viagra commentator shares Alabama political stories and legends in new memoir

From staff reports MONTGOMERY - Few states have as fascinating a political history as Alabama, especially in the post-World War II era. Moving onto and off the state’s electoral stage during this time period of remarkable transformation have been some of the most interesting figures in 20th century American government and politics. Now the backstage intrigue of Alabama politics receives a lively treatment i ...

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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: BP settlement will help, not solve, state’s General Fund shortfall

By Steve Flowers The week leading up to the Fourth of July had a lot of fireworks. In fact, my guess is that when we look back at the year 2015, we will look to that week as the Canadian pharmacy levitra most momentous of the year. It was like bang, bang, bang. The declaration by the Supreme Court that same sex marriage is the law of the land may be one of the most monumental court decisions in decades and unquestionably the landmar ...

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Summer means time at the pool…and the eye doctor

By Dr. Zack Steele I feel like I spend most of my weekends at our neighborhood pool. My kids love to go, no matter how hot or miserable it is in and out of the water. I swear this weekend the pool temperature was the same as it was outside. In any case, splashing and relaxing in the pool is one of summer's most coveted pastimes. But oftentimes a dip in the pool can lead to itchy and Where buy cialis red eyes—which most peop ...

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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: Recalling the Generic viagra pills day Paul Hubbert earned his spurs

By Steve Flowers A good many of you let me know that you agreed with my column last week when I suggested that stealing from the Special Education Trust Fund budget to resolve the dilemma in the General Fund is not the solution needed during the looming extraordinary special session. This potential raid on the schoolchildren’s and teachers’ money is not the first time that this idea has been suggested. Ever ...

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The Dream Guide: Taking buyers from vision to ownership

By Dave Parrish When I set out to write this piece, the plan was to put together in 600 words or less an informative article on the basics of financing your real estate purchaser. In doing so, I recounted the almost daily conversations that I have with buyers -- first-time, last-time buyers, move-up or move down buyers, investors, or vacation-home buyers. Each with a personal vision, each with a personal st ...

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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: Robbing the Education Fund won’t solve Alabama’s budget woes

By Steve Flowers As the legislative session was winding down, it was obvious no solution was going to be found for the beleaguered General Fund Budget. The Governor’s $541 million tax increase proposal had been ignored. Although he still kept preaching that this was the prescription for the ailing General Fund, the good doctor’s prognosis and recommended course of treatment was completely disregarded. Senat ...

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July 4th cookout cost still under $6 per person

From the American Farm Bureau Federation WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Fourth of July cookout of Americans’ favorite foods costs slightly less this year, coming in at less than $6 per person. According to the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF), that cost includes hot dogs, cheeseburgers, pork spare ribs, potato salad, baked beans, lemonade and chocolate milk. [caption id="attachment_23145" align="alignleft" widt ...

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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: Macon County betting issue laid to rest, but what about other counties?

By Steve Flowers Last week’s verdict that VictoryLand be allowed to reopen is justice served. The people of Macon County voted for a constitutional amendment to allow for electronic bingo. The issue of pari-mutuel style casino betting and the closing of the ultramodern and successful luxury gaming resort in Macon County has been laid to rest. There have been extensive studies and articles that crystallize s ...

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Leeds teen shares special prayer for missing woman

By June Mathews Ever since he was a little kid, Skyler Cope has been going to The Palace restaurant with his mom and stepdad. So for years, the outgoing Leeds eighth grader has been friends with some of the employees there, including Pei Yen Sung, the woman who disappeared from her home in Trussville’s Longmeadow subdivision two weeks ago. [caption id="attachment_22878" align="alignleft" width="225"] Pei Ye ...

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INSIDE THE STATEHOUSE: In terms of proposed budget solutions, ‘everything is on the table’

By Steve Flowers The regular legislative session ended without a General Fund Budget. As we look back politically on the first half of the year, the dilemma with the General Fund has been the dominant issue. It has been at the forefront since the beginning of the year, and it is not yet resolved. After five months of wrangling over the beleaguered General Fund Budget, a late summer special session is in the ...

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