Alabama’s lessons for the Democratic Party
Social movements build power and make change, and the Democrats would be wise to heed the lessons of Alabama.
Black voters, specifically women, defeated Roy Moore
African American women went for Jones by a margin of 97 to three.
Roy Moore’s loss signals a GOP tearing itself apart ahead of...
The upset win by Doug Jones in Alabama shows the Republicans have nothing to offer and everything to lose.
Moore is less: Alabama, the Senate and the nation will suffer
As the special election approaches, Republicans abandon morality for power.
Former legislator pleads guilty to bribery conspiracy and fraud
“Public corruption is among the most serious of criminal violations and a betrayal of the public’s sacred trust.”
Alabama Governor resigns before pleading guilty to criminal charges
In 2014, Bentley accidentally sent a text to his wife intended for his political adviser and mistress, Rebekah Mason, that said, “I love you, Rebekah.”
Pipeline blast that killed one under investigation by national safety board
House Democrats called for an investigation this week citing their concerns that this was the “third major incident on Colonial’s system in just over a year and the seventh in less than five years.”
Gas pipeline explosion kills 1 and injures 5
Alabama is currently in a massive drought and is vulnerable to wildfires, making these events all the more dangerous.
220 ‘Significant’ Pipeline Spills Already This Year Exposes Troubling Safety Record
The number of significant pipeline incidents grew 26.8 percent from 2006 to 2015.
Media Silent as Two States Declare State of Emergency Due to...
Why is the mainstream media ignoring a major pipeline spill that has caused two states to declare state of emergencies?