• Vintage Editorials

    TOCC TV Endorsement: Anyone But Roy Moore? Write-In Jim Casey For Senate

    The race for Alabama Senate is busted. You can’t vote for Roy Moore, you can’t vote for Doug Jones. Write-in Jim Casey on 12/12 !!!

    Huntsville’s Ferguson Protesters: Jail The Killer Cop!

    Protesters gathered on Huntsville’s East Side Square in front of the Madison County Courthouse at 5p.m. this evening. Organized by Uhuru, according to Al.com, the crowd of about 50 peaceful protesters chanted “Jail the killer cop” and “This is what resistance looks like.”

    This Just In! More Money, More Money – Yeah!

    Monumental sweeping tax cuts could be just what the doctor ordered… but abandoning net neutrality truly looks like a call for “Swindler’s List.”

    Treacherous Traffic Results In Serious Accident

    I ran across this scene this morning around 10 a.m. at the intersection of Holmes Ave. and Triana Blvd. There were no ambulances present and I assumed they had already tended to any injured and left for the emergency room. I don’t pro-actively pursue this type of new story, but once and a while I […]

    Warning – Eric Parker Acquitted – Another Enemy Combatant Goes Free

    In each case, (Eric Parker) Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, and others, the message is clear. Law enforcement has been granted a license to kill, even if it amounts to murder, with absolutely no fear of criminal repercussions what-so-ever. The Tamir Rice case is perhaps the most obvious, and the most egregious example of thugs murdering an innocent victim. In is unconscionable that in the United States of America, such a travesty can go unanswered.

    Don’t Shoot Me: I’m Only The Keyboard Player

    The scene was oddly quiet, really, with several “islands” of people hovering around individual victims which included paramedics rendering first aide, and police attempting to ease the shock. Some were just sitting there, apparently shaken but not hurt, just trying to regain composure. Some were standing, milling about, with cell-phones in their ears, apparently talking to loved ones and family. There was also clutter strewn about that seemed to include untended school books, notebooks, backpacks, and papers. At one point, a woman from the Huntsville Convention and Visitors Bureau, located immediately across the street in the Transportation Bus Station building, came out rolling a hand truck with three or four cases of bottled water.