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  • Vintage Editorials

    Oklahoma City Bombing 20 Years On

    One hundred and sixty-eight people died in the blast including 19 children who were in a first floor daycare. Some reports indicate that 680 people were injured and, according to Wikipedia: “The blast destroyed or damaged 324 buildings within a 16-block radius, destroyed or burned 86 cars, and shattered glass in 258 nearby buildings, causing at least an estimated $652 million worth of damage.”

    Slum Lord Unregulated: Tommy Battle

    Which really just leaves a bunch of unanswered questions. Who owns the property? Is there even any hope of restoring the building? How can the City ignore what has become not just an eyesore, but an extremely dangerous attractive nuisance? (There was a death in the building recently, about 2 years ago, that was investigated as a suicide.) Early Works recently indicated that funding has been received in order to do major renovations to Constitution Hall Park, but no mention of the Historic Huntsville Freight Building was made.

    The 2014 Summer Time Silly Season

    Chris Christy. What’s up with the Disco Fever thing? If he’s trying to move past the bridge debacle, and critical observations about his obesity, I don’t think bouncing around on stage like a beach ball in heat is gonna do it.

    Slum Lords Of Huntsville: The Central Bank Parking Deck

    Not really paying attention to much of anything, I was suddenly alarmed by what I instinctively thought must have been a small bomb. I don’t remember exactly when all this occurred, excepting that it was not terribly long after 911 and I suppose my sensitivities where somewhat tuned to the new reality of “everything has changed.” When I looked up, almost right in front of me, just across the Big Spring canal and immediately beneath the Central Bank parking deck, there was a cloud of dust and what I first thought was smoke rising into the air.

    All Politics Is Local – Except Birmingham

    As Alabama gears up for Super Tuesday, the Alabama governor and legislature cheats working folks in Birminham out of a living wage, under the subterfuge.

    Debate Notice III

    Just a reminder that I will be debating tomorrow evening with the Obama twins. So don’t get bound-up with Romnesia and forget to tune in! My Twitter address: @caseycampaign As you know, I trounced the other two in the last two debates, offering the best responses based on reality, and with the well-being of all […]