Interview With a Pro-Lifer

June 25, 2014


So for those of you who have not heard, the only clinic in north Alabama that provides abortions (located in Huntsville) is set to close on Friday and surrender its license on Monday of next week. With all the heated discussion about it, I decided to find someone that is pro-life (obviously was not hard […]

The GOP’s Latest Man Crush: Vladimir Putin?

June 18, 2014


At a time when most people my age and younger are jumping ship from Facebook for newer and cooler social media sites, I find it difficult to delete my page. Even though I don’t use it anywhere near as much as other sites, like Twitter, I keep it around. The reason I do is because […]

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What the United States Should Do About Iraq? Stay Away

June 17, 2014


So here is an issue that makes absolutely zero sense. In 2007-2008, President Obama campaigned on pulling troops from Iraq. The Iraqi government did not want us there any longer. Once we left did anyone honestly think the country would become a beacon of democracy for the entire Middle East to follow? No. Are the […]

Posted in: Politics

What Cantor’s Loss Means for the GOP

June 13, 2014


Last August I wrote about five Congressional races to watch out for in the 2014 midterm elections. One race that I did not talk about was Eric Cantor’s. No one expected the sitting House Majority Leader to lose in his primary, including him. Cantor was in Washington rather than back home in his district on […]

Posted in: Politics

Birmingham Applies to Host 2016 Democratic National Convention

June 8, 2014


Representatives from the city of Birmingham officially presented the city’s application to host the Democratic National Convention in 2016 today in Washington D.C. A lot of people feel that Birmingham is a long shot, but it is great that they are shooting for this opportunity. Hosting a convention can really spur growth within a city. […]

The Taliban Five Released

June 2, 2014


So the calendar has rolled to June and election season is gearing up for the midterms. Fortunately for me, that means plenty of stuff to write about. However, an issue not related to the midterms just happened and is causing a lot of debate in this country…the release of the Taliban five–five detainees being held […]

Posted in: World News

Birmingham as a Possible Destination for an MLB Team

November 17, 2013


One of the most unexpected news headlines of late has been the Atlanta Braves deciding to relocate from their current home of Turner Field at the end of their lease after the 2016 season. After failing to get the city of Atlanta to help finance a new stadium at a more ideal location (preferably downtown […]


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