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  • Vintage Editorials

    Tommy Brown: Child Molestation, Human Trafficking Lynchpin

    This could be the most dangerous man in Huntsville. I’ve known Tommy Brown casually for many years, but only became overtly suspicious of his underworld dealings after Police Officer Ricky McCarver got into an altercation with John Lee Bullard at the Hsv Transportation Bus Station.

    DeAmericanization

    …and use it to blindside the American public with unconstitutional constrictions, requirements, and compulsions that would make Hitler and Mussolini argue over which way the swastika is blowing.

    Rainbow Borg Uniformity Swallows Independence And Individualism

    So, bitch, bitch, bitch, didn’t all them slaves bitch about broke up families and sending they baybee to be raised by someone else…

    Bruce Askins: Very ‘Portant Nut

    It now appears that Bruce was looking forward to the conspiracy event, of which I had no knowledge, the Lee Bus crash, and wanted to derail my candidacy in order to paint me into a villainous box. He would be the hero, or the anti-hero, depending on your moral and ethical take on the conspiracy and blood sport. He must have been thinking, if he could only take the reigns he would get credit in the Butler vs. Lee “game.” Of course, conspiracy to commit murder is not a game, and while I am fully aware there are those who get a kick and a chuckle out of such things, I am not, have never been, and would never want there to be room for me among those barbaric cretins.

    Historic Depot Turntable Excavation

    The City of Huntsville recently, quietly, announced plans to build a new office building to be located at the corner of Church Street and Cleveland Avenue, that will house the offices of The Huntsville Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the offices of the City Public Transportation Service.

    The Huntsville Times Delivers A Thanksgiving Slap In The Face

    Seldom have I seen such an obnoxious sign-off for loyal customers. One thing is for certain, the Huntsville Times print edition is a lame attempt to accomplish nothing more than run interference against any would be competitors who might try to step in and fill the empty space created by the three day print schedule. […]