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Of Thee I Sing

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On July 15, 2013

If the students of Hoover, Alabama want the government to provide bus service so they can get to school, they are basically moochers anyway and we don’t need them getting in the way of our freed

Organs

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On February 19, 2013
Mary Sue McClurkin, a state rep from the fine state of Alabama: Alabama state Rep. Mary Sue McClurkin (R) is pushing legislation that would impose restrictions on abortion clinics — a move that she argues is necessary because the procedure is a major surgery that removes the largest “organ” in a woman’s body. “When a […]

Alabama

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On December 10, 2011
I had wondered what Alabama would do after a police officer arrested a German auto executive under its draconian new immigration law. Now we know. Faced with backlash over the detainment of two foreign auto employees, two architects of Alabama’s tough immigration law say they are having second thoughts about the law. The Republican attorney […]

One starves, get another

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On January 8, 2009

I’m not sure what’s more troublesome here: the fact that Alabama allows county sheriffs to profit from serving meals in their jails, or that it allocates a mere $1.75 per diem to feed them

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