This home in an East Huntsville neighborhood met with disaster as a large tree fell squarely onto the house, and in my estimation, leaving it a total loss.
Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore, has again been suspended from office by the Alabama Court of the Judiciary on ethics charges over his defiance of the US Supreme Court in regard to same sex marriage in Alabama. He was previously removed from office over his refusal to remove the ten commandments […]
I am a native of Alabama, and so I fully understand some of the undertow of animosity and consternation that decent people in the South sometimes feel about a past that we did not participate in and had nothing to do with. As such, I am frankly disgusted and fed up with the “good ole boys” who still think they can turn the clock back 100 years to a time, a country, and a way of life that simply doesn’t exist. It’s obtuse.
Never-the-less, it is my opinion that municipal police departments throughout this country are suffering from deeply ingrained corruption, that often is based on classicism just as much as race, as opposed to a few bad apples here or there. Therefore, I wonder if the change in plans might be just a bit more sublimation than propriety warrants. Cop lives certainly matter, but the imbalance in perception after Dallas was clearly evidenced by some who suddenly decided there is a war – where the hell have they been already?
Dear “Christian” Alabamian, please take off your shoes and socks and stick your toes out in front of a vehicle rolling by on the street. I only hope I can offend the morons that much who actually voted to return Roy Moore to office after he had been removed the first time. This argument comes up over and over again, and it truly is tiresome, but some people just don’t get it. It isn’t about your faith, it isn’t about whether or not you are a Christian, it isn’t about whether or not you agree with same sex marriage. It’s about the constitution stupid.
Guys like Munchey, however, don’t get the message until they face the starker reality. I would have expected thirty to ninety days in jail for Mr. Munchey, apparently his first offense, after which he would certainly have a new respect for the law. That he should be terminated, as the very guardian of the law, a police chief in contempt of court, goes without saying.
This is the very level of arrogance and corruption that has resulted in what is a law-enforcement crisis in this country. To wit – the Black Lives Matter movement. They have actually convinced themselves that they decide, not only how to enforce the law, but to make up the law according to their own agenda. They usually state their excuses for corruption something like this: “Everybody knows,” or “the way things really are,” or some other wink wink alibi.