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  • Fairhope firefighter facing new child sex crime allegations

    Excerpt from WKRG:

    A volunteer Fairhope firefighter, already facing child sex crime charges in Northwest Florida, is now also facing charges in Baldwin County

    Aaron Timony Green — seen smiling in his latest booking photo — was booked into the Baldwin County Corrections Center Tuesday morning on charges of child sex abuse and sodomy.

    According to Daphne Police, Green was arrested Monday, and the alleged abuse happened in November 2017.

    Police say the alleged victim was under 12.

  • Birmingham council passes $436 million budget

    Excerpt from AL.com:

    The Birmingham City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the $436 million fiscal year 2019 operating budget.

    The budget is $8 million larger than last year’s budget, due to increased revenue from use and occupational taxes. According to the mayor’s office, 133 vacant jobs were cut from the budget, saving the city $4.7 million.

    Despite the larger budget, Mayor Randall Woodfin said there still wasn’t enough money for street paving or additional funding for Birmingham City Schools.

  • Martha Roby Honors Montgomery Native in 10th Annual Congressional Women’s Softball Game Tomorrow

    Excerpt from a Rep. Martha Roby news release:

    U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-AL) will play in the 10th Annual Congressional Women’s Softball Game tomorrow, June 20, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

    This beloved tradition began in 2009 after Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida was diagnosed with breast cancer. Each year, female members of Congress face members of the Washington, D.C., press corps to raise funds and awareness for the Young Survival Coalition (YSC), an organization that addresses a variety of issues unique to young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

    Each year, the players honor real women who are battling cancer. This year, Representative Roby will be playing for Courtney Pruitt, a Montgomery native and recent Alabama Christian Academy graduate who is currently undergoing intense treatment to fight leukemia. Courtney is the daughter of Representative Roby’s dear friend and Montgomery City Councilman Glen Pruitt.

    “This year marks the tenth consecutive year female members from both sides of the aisle have come together for the Congressional Women’s Softball Game to support young women battling cancer,” Representative Roby said. “I’m proud to be involved in this great event again this year, and I truly believe it demonstrates what we can accomplish when we put our differences aside to rally for a worthy cause. I am honored to play for my dear friend’s daughter Courtney as she continues to courageously battle this disease.”

Alexander Shunnarah’s “Shark Of The Week” – Brian Hornsby

Brian Hornsby was this week’s “Shark of The Week” powered by Alexander Shunnarah Law Firm. Brian went into length about how his start with the law firm began. He describes his first days at the Alexander Shunnarah Personal Attorneys, and how Alex helped him out before he got through his first week. Graduating from The University of Alabama, Brian was able to meet his wife and have a son.  Brian shares what it means to be a “Shark” that helps people in need!

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Here’s what to get Alabama dads for Father’s Day

There has been so much written about “what women really mean when they say something,” the topic should have its own wing in the Library of Congress. For men it’s much simpler. When your dad says he doesn’t want a gift for Father’s Day, it usually means either a.) he really wants something, or b.) your previous gifts to him have been so awful, he doesn’t want another ugly necktie.
It’s time to think classy, be a hero to dad and not break your bank account in the process. Forget the ties and the cheap cologne. Here are the best categories for gifts that he will brag out to his buds.

Golf

It’s a fact: men of a certain age tend to like golf. Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham is a 27-hole course designed for play that is challenging enough for advanced players while still being enjoyable for players with higher handicaps. Book dad a tee time online and give him a relaxing day chasing a little white ball.

If he just likes practicing his swing, Top Golf Birmingham has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit. Their Father’s Day package will make him feel like a VIP.

Gun and Tactical

It’s also a fact that a lot of dads like to shoot. Sheepdog Firearms in Trussville is a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility. In addition to its 4,000 square feet retail area, Sheepdog has a state-of-the-art target retrieval system for an experience that will challenge even the most advanced target shooters.

From archery to firearms, Hoover Tactical Firearms aims to be your one-stop-shop when it comes to weapons. Check out their largest indoor range in the state, shop, archery range and clothing and accessories.

Food

Dads don’t like to eat—said no dad ever. Saw’s BBQ has three locations in the Birmingham area and was recently proclaimed by Men’s Journal as the “Best Barbecue in America.”

Full Moon Bar-B-Que has trademarked itself as the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama” and cooks its meat low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit. Doesn’t that just make your mouth water?

Time Pieces

A good watch makes the man. In addition to battery replacements and precision repairs, Barton-Clay in Mountain Brook has stylish time pieces that would look great on your old man. Their staff of highly skilled jewelers can accommodate every request.

For more than 180 years Bromberg’s has provided fine jewelry and giftware options for the most discerning customers in Birmingham. They have watches of all kinds, and they all look great.

Cigars

If dad is partial to stogies, The Humidor Room offers a full bar, a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco products from around the world. A great place to relax with a drink and a smoke.

Vitola Fine Cigars is a family owned and operated tobacconist located in Mountain Brook Village. They specialize in premium cigars, pipes and a great atmosphere. Drop by and smoke a cigar in their lounge filled with leather chairs, big screen TVs and great conversation.

Grill Master

What dad doesn’t like to man the grill? Alabama Gaslight & Grill in Homewood is a family-owned and operated specialty hearth, grill and gas lantern retail outlet. All of their products are made in the USA, and any of them would make a super-cool VIP gift.

ABSCO Fireplace & Patio has two locations around Birmingham is the source for the finest grills from Big Green Egg and Firemagic and a huge selection of fireplace hearths and accessories. They are also a one-stop source for outdoor fireplaces and firepits.

Fitness/Workout Warrior

If dad finds his happy place by working out, Highpoint Climbing and Fitness brings world class climbing to Alabama with 25,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface featuring walls up to 52+ feet tall. They also offer a Kid Zone, Bouldering Room, Weight and Aerobic Rooms, and yoga classes.

Want to lift some iron in The Iron City? Iron Tribe Fitness blends one-on-one coaching with group fitness. Membership at every ITF gym is strictly limited to 300 athletes. They offer great personal coaching and a positive environment where dad can work out in a group of his peers.

Speed

What dad doesn’t feel the need for speed? Autobahn Indoor Speedway provides a premier indoor go-kart racing experience. They deliver the freedom and the exhilaration of driving a high performance vehicle in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Is your dad is a NASCAR fan, he knows all about Talladega Superspeedway. Did you know you can buy him a package to get behind the wheel at the legendary raceway? The gift of a day at their NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Driving Experience is a racing fan’s dream come true.

Sports

If dad is more into spectator sports, the Birmingham Barons are the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and offer great baseball with a small town minor league atmosphere. Their game on Father’s Day will allow you to “Play Catch with Dad” in the outfield before the game starts.

The Birmingham Legion will be bringing pro soccer to the area and will launch their inaugural season next year. Get in on the ground floor and get dad tickets now.

Outdoorsman

What to get the outdoorsman who has everything? A gift card from Mark’s Outdoors would be the smart move. They have everything he could want for hunting, fishing, archery and much more.

Lake Purdy is a fisherman’s paradise. Rent a fishing boat. Get all the bait you need. Haul in big fish. A day well spent.

Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama’s largest state park with 9,940 acres. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking, water sports, cable skiing, beach, horseback riding and much more.

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Here’s what to get Alabama dads for Father’s Day

There has been so much written about “what women really mean when they say something,” the topic should have its own wing in the Library of Congress. For men it’s much simpler. When your dad says he doesn’t want a gift for Father’s Day, it usually means either a.) he really wants something, or b.) your previous gifts to him have been so awful, he doesn’t want another ugly necktie.
It’s time to think classy, be a hero to dad and not break your bank account in the process. Forget the ties and the cheap cologne. Here are the best categories for gifts that he will brag out to his buds.

Golf

It’s a fact: men of a certain age tend to like golf. Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham is a 27-hole course designed for play that is challenging enough for advanced players while still being enjoyable for players with higher handicaps. Book dad a tee time online and give him a relaxing day chasing a little white ball.

If he just likes practicing his swing, Top Golf Birmingham has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit. Their Father’s Day package will make him feel like a VIP.

Gun and Tactical

It’s also a fact that a lot of dads like to shoot. Sheepdog Firearms in Trussville is a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility. In addition to its 4,000 square feet retail area, Sheepdog has a state-of-the-art target retrieval system for an experience that will challenge even the most advanced target shooters.

From archery to firearms, Hoover Tactical Firearms aims to be your one-stop-shop when it comes to weapons. Check out their largest indoor range in the state, shop, archery range and clothing and accessories.

Food

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Dads don’t like to eat—said no dad ever. Saw’s BBQ has three locations in the Birmingham area and was recently proclaimed by Men’s Journal as the “Best Barbecue in America.”

Full Moon Bar-B-Que has trademarked itself as the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama” and cooks its meat low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit. Doesn’t that just make your mouth water?

Time Pieces

A good watch makes the man. In addition to battery replacements and precision repairs, Barton-Clay in Mountain Brook has stylish time pieces that would look great on your old man. Their staff of highly skilled jewelers can accommodate every request.

For more than 180 years Bromberg’s has provided fine jewelry and giftware options for the most discerning customers in Birmingham. They have watches of all kinds, and they all look great.

Cigars

If dad is partial to stogies, The Humidor Room offers a full bar, a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco products from around the world. A great place to relax with a drink and a smoke.

Vitola Fine Cigars is a family owned and operated tobacconist located in Mountain Brook Village. They specialize in premium cigars, pipes and a great atmosphere. Drop by and smoke a cigar in their lounge filled with leather chairs, big screen TVs and great conversation.

Grill Master

What dad doesn’t like to man the grill? Alabama Gaslight & Grill in Homewood is a family-owned and operated specialty hearth, grill and gas lantern retail outlet. All of their products are made in the USA, and any of them would make a super-cool VIP gift.

ABSCO Fireplace & Patio has two locations around Birmingham is the source for the finest grills from Big Green Egg and Firemagic and a huge selection of fireplace hearths and accessories. They are also a one-stop source for outdoor fireplaces and firepits.

Fitness/Workout Warrior

If dad finds his happy place by working out, Highpoint Climbing and Fitness brings world class climbing to Alabama with 25,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface featuring walls up to 52+ feet tall. They also offer a Kid Zone, Bouldering Room, Weight and Aerobic Rooms, and yoga classes.

Want to lift some iron in The Iron City? Iron Tribe Fitness blends one-on-one coaching with group fitness. Membership at every ITF gym is strictly limited to 300 athletes. They offer great personal coaching and a positive environment where dad can work out in a group of his peers.

Speed

What dad doesn’t feel the need for speed? Autobahn Indoor Speedway provides a premier indoor go-kart racing experience. They deliver the freedom and the exhilaration of driving a high performance vehicle in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Is your dad is a NASCAR fan, he knows all about Talladega Superspeedway. Did you know you can buy him a package to get behind the wheel at the legendary raceway? The gift of a day at their NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Driving Experience is a racing fan’s dream come true.

Sports

If dad is more into spectator sports, the Birmingham Barons are the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and offer great baseball with a small town minor league atmosphere. Their game on Father’s Day will allow you to “Play Catch with Dad” in the outfield before the game starts.

The Birmingham Legion will be bringing pro soccer to the area and will launch their inaugural season next year. Get in on the ground floor and get dad tickets now.

Outdoorsman

What to get the outdoorsman who has everything? A gift card from Mark’s Outdoors would be the smart move. They have everything he could want for hunting, fishing, archery and much more.

Lake Purdy is a fisherman’s paradise. Rent a fishing boat. Get all the bait you need. Haul in big fish. A day well spent.

Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama’s largest state park with 9,940 acres. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking, water sports, cable skiing, beach, horseback riding and much more.

As rocket renaissance grows, Alabama’s economy lifts off

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America’s love affair with space exploration is back on. And while most launches are still originating from Florida’s Space Coast, many other states–particularly Alabama–are getting an economic shot in the arm from the revival.

While America’s space exploration history reached its high-water mark with the first moon landing in 1969, the current space revival is in many ways just as exciting. In the glory days, NASA was really the only player in the game, as it doled out huge contacts to its mission contractors. The emergence of private space exploration has given today’s landscape a Wild West feel. NASA is still a major player, but so is Elon Musk’s SpaceX, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin and a host of other entrepreneurs looking for a share of the emerging free market to ferry satellites and someday people to Earth orbit and beyond with regularity.

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“Recently we have seen a tremendous growth in interest and enthusiasm when it comes to space launches and exploration,” said Tory Bruno, CEO of the rocket builder United Launch Alliance (ULA). “Our employees and suppliers do the work that ensures Americans continue to lead the way when it comes to placing our nation’s most critical satellites in orbit.”

While Gulf coast states have enjoyed varying levels of involvement with the aerospace industry, Alabama has emerged as a leader. There are currently more than 160 aerospace companies with operations in Alabama employing more than 15,000 people.

Dynetics Inc. broke ground last year on a new aerospace testing and manufacturing complex at the ULA site near Decatur. The project includes a $14.2 million aerospace testing facility slated for completion in July and a $7.4 million hardware integration building slated for completion in December 2018.

The investment by the industry in Alabama has been enormous. ULA alone has more than 600 direct employees and its economic impact on the state last year was $285 million. In addition to Dynetics, ULA does business with nearly 200 suppliers in the state including Siemens, Rexel and The Lilly Company.

Similar to the atmosphere in the Apollo mission days in the 20th century, Washington has been a driving force of the current resurgence. In December of last year, President Trump signed an executive order that “makes it a national policy of the United States to return to the Moon, put Americans on Mars and bring renewed focus to human exploration in space.”

President Trump also issued an order reviving the National Space Council after it had been dormant since 1993. Vice President Pence chairs the council, which is tasked with advising and assisting the President regarding national space policy and strategy. The bottom line: both government and the private sector are embracing all things aerospace.

So what is the future of aerospace in Alabama? The sky is the limit—literally. After a gap of more than 40 years, NASA is getting serious about returning to the moon. The agency has been sending probes to Mars, and is working on viable ecosystems there that will set the stage for humankind’s eventual arrival on the Red Planet. A steady stream of military and commercial satellite launches will continue unabated.

With a revitalized NASA working alongside a dynamic private sector, aerospace is poised to enter an exciting, prosperous new era—and Alabama will be at the forefront of it.

Here’s what to get Alabama dads for Father’s Day

There has been so much written about “what women really mean when they say something,” the topic should have its own wing in the Library of Congress. For men it’s much simpler. When your dad says he doesn’t want a gift for Father’s Day, it usually means either a.) he really wants something, or b.) your previous gifts to him have been so awful, he doesn’t want another ugly necktie.
It’s time to think classy, be a hero to dad and not break your bank account in the process. Forget the ties and the cheap cologne. Here are the best categories for gifts that he will brag out to his buds.

Golf

It’s a fact: men of a certain age tend to like golf. Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham is a 27-hole course designed for play that is challenging enough for advanced players while still being enjoyable for players with higher handicaps. Book dad a tee time online and give him a relaxing day chasing a little white ball.

If he just likes practicing his swing, Top Golf Birmingham has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit. Their Father’s Day package will make him feel like a VIP.

Gun and Tactical

It’s also a fact that a lot of dads like to shoot. Sheepdog Firearms in Trussville is a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility. In addition to its 4,000 square feet retail area, Sheepdog has a state-of-the-art target retrieval system for an experience that will challenge even the most advanced target shooters.

From archery to firearms, Hoover Tactical Firearms aims to be your one-stop-shop when it comes to weapons. Check out their largest indoor range in the state, shop, archery range and clothing and accessories.

Food

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Dads don’t like to eat—said no dad ever. Saw’s BBQ has three locations in the Birmingham area and was recently proclaimed by Men’s Journal as the “Best Barbecue in America.”

Full Moon Bar-B-Que has trademarked itself as the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama” and cooks its meat low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit. Doesn’t that just make your mouth water?

Time Pieces

A good watch makes the man. In addition to battery replacements and precision repairs, Barton-Clay in Mountain Brook has stylish time pieces that would look great on your old man. Their staff of highly skilled jewelers can accommodate every request.

For more than 180 years Bromberg’s has provided fine jewelry and giftware options for the most discerning customers in Birmingham. They have watches of all kinds, and they all look great.

Cigars

If dad is partial to stogies, The Humidor Room offers a full bar, a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco products from around the world. A great place to relax with a drink and a smoke.

Vitola Fine Cigars is a family owned and operated tobacconist located in Mountain Brook Village. They specialize in premium cigars, pipes and a great atmosphere. Drop by and smoke a cigar in their lounge filled with leather chairs, big screen TVs and great conversation.

Grill Master

What dad doesn’t like to man the grill? Alabama Gaslight & Grill in Homewood is a family-owned and operated specialty hearth, grill and gas lantern retail outlet. All of their products are made in the USA, and any of them would make a super-cool VIP gift.

ABSCO Fireplace & Patio has two locations around Birmingham is the source for the finest grills from Big Green Egg and Firemagic and a huge selection of fireplace hearths and accessories. They are also a one-stop source for outdoor fireplaces and firepits.

Fitness/Workout Warrior

If dad finds his happy place by working out, Highpoint Climbing and Fitness brings world class climbing to Alabama with 25,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface featuring walls up to 52+ feet tall. They also offer a Kid Zone, Bouldering Room, Weight and Aerobic Rooms, and yoga classes.

Want to lift some iron in The Iron City? Iron Tribe Fitness blends one-on-one coaching with group fitness. Membership at every ITF gym is strictly limited to 300 athletes. They offer great personal coaching and a positive environment where dad can work out in a group of his peers.

Speed

What dad doesn’t feel the need for speed? Autobahn Indoor Speedway provides a premier indoor go-kart racing experience. They deliver the freedom and the exhilaration of driving a high performance vehicle in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Is your dad is a NASCAR fan, he knows all about Talladega Superspeedway. Did you know you can buy him a package to get behind the wheel at the legendary raceway? The gift of a day at their NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Driving Experience is a racing fan’s dream come true.

Sports

If dad is more into spectator sports, the Birmingham Barons are the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and offer great baseball with a small town minor league atmosphere. Their game on Father’s Day will allow you to “Play Catch with Dad” in the outfield before the game starts.

The Birmingham Legion will be bringing pro soccer to the area and will launch their inaugural season next year. Get in on the ground floor and get dad tickets now.

Outdoorsman

What to get the outdoorsman who has everything? A gift card from Mark’s Outdoors would be the smart move. They have everything he could want for hunting, fishing, archery and much more.

Lake Purdy is a fisherman’s paradise. Rent a fishing boat. Get all the bait you need. Haul in big fish. A day well spent.

Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama’s largest state park with 9,940 acres. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking, water sports, cable skiing, beach, horseback riding and much more.

The gubernatorial race summed up by Joel Blankenship on the Xtreme Concepts MAN HOUR

Joel Blankenship of Extreme Concepts  joins  the “Man Hour” to talk about the election and what it means for Kay Ivey to win.  Joel mentions keeping the state of Alabama a red state is a must.  No need to worry though, this election is nothing like the Doug Jones/Roy Moore race.  Joel even talks about the new iPhone update that has red headed emojis. It’s been a while since Joel has joined the show, in a lengthy interview, Joel touches the topics that people want to hear.

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Here’s what to get Alabama dads for Father’s Day

There has been so much written about “what women really mean when they say something,” the topic should have its own wing in the Library of Congress. For men it’s much simpler. When your dad says he doesn’t want a gift for Father’s Day, it usually means either a.) he really wants something, or b.) your previous gifts to him have been so awful, he doesn’t want another ugly necktie.
It’s time to think classy, be a hero to dad and not break your bank account in the process. Forget the ties and the cheap cologne. Here are the best categories for gifts that he will brag out to his buds.

Golf

It’s a fact: men of a certain age tend to like golf. Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham is a 27-hole course designed for play that is challenging enough for advanced players while still being enjoyable for players with higher handicaps. Book dad a tee time online and give him a relaxing day chasing a little white ball.

If he just likes practicing his swing, Top Golf Birmingham has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit. Their Father’s Day package will make him feel like a VIP.

Gun and Tactical

It’s also a fact that a lot of dads like to shoot. Sheepdog Firearms in Trussville is a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility. In addition to its 4,000 square feet retail area, Sheepdog has a state-of-the-art target retrieval system for an experience that will challenge even the most advanced target shooters.

From archery to firearms, Hoover Tactical Firearms aims to be your one-stop-shop when it comes to weapons. Check out their largest indoor range in the state, shop, archery range and clothing and accessories.

Food

Dads don’t like to eat—said no dad ever. Saw’s BBQ has three locations in the Birmingham area and was recently proclaimed by Men’s Journal as the “Best Barbecue in America.”

Full Moon Bar-B-Que has trademarked itself as the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama” and cooks its meat low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit. Doesn’t that just make your mouth water?

Time Pieces

A good watch makes the man. In addition to battery replacements and precision repairs, Barton-Clay in Mountain Brook has stylish time pieces that would look great on your old man. Their staff of highly skilled jewelers can accommodate every request.

For more than 180 years Bromberg’s has provided fine jewelry and giftware options for the most discerning customers in Birmingham. They have watches of all kinds, and they all look great.

Cigars

If dad is partial to stogies, The Humidor Room offers a full bar, a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco products from around the world. A great place to relax with a drink and a smoke.

Vitola Fine Cigars is a family owned and operated tobacconist located in Mountain Brook Village. They specialize in premium cigars, pipes and a great atmosphere. Drop by and smoke a cigar in their lounge filled with leather chairs, big screen TVs and great conversation.

Grill Master

What dad doesn’t like to man the grill? Alabama Gaslight & Grill in Homewood is a family-owned and operated specialty hearth, grill and gas lantern retail outlet. All of their products are made in the USA, and any of them would make a super-cool VIP gift.

ABSCO Fireplace & Patio has two locations around Birmingham is the source for the finest grills from Big Green Egg and Firemagic and a huge selection of fireplace hearths and accessories. They are also a one-stop source for outdoor fireplaces and firepits.

Fitness/Workout Warrior

If dad finds his happy place by working out, Highpoint Climbing and Fitness brings world class climbing to Alabama with 25,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface featuring walls up to 52+ feet tall. They also offer a Kid Zone, Bouldering Room, Weight and Aerobic Rooms, and yoga classes.

Want to lift some iron in The Iron City? Iron Tribe Fitness blends one-on-one coaching with group fitness. Membership at every ITF gym is strictly limited to 300 athletes. They offer great personal coaching and a positive environment where dad can work out in a group of his peers.

Speed

What dad doesn’t feel the need for speed? Autobahn Indoor Speedway provides a premier indoor go-kart racing experience. They deliver the freedom and the exhilaration of driving a high performance vehicle in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Is your dad is a NASCAR fan, he knows all about Talladega Superspeedway. Did you know you can buy him a package to get behind the wheel at the legendary raceway? The gift of a day at their NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Driving Experience is a racing fan’s dream come true.

Sports

If dad is more into spectator sports, the Birmingham Barons are the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and offer great baseball with a small town minor league atmosphere. Their game on Father’s Day will allow you to “Play Catch with Dad” in the outfield before the game starts.

The Birmingham Legion will be bringing pro soccer to the area and will launch their inaugural season next year. Get in on the ground floor and get dad tickets now.

Outdoorsman

What to get the outdoorsman who has everything? A gift card from Mark’s Outdoors would be the smart move. They have everything he could want for hunting, fishing, archery and much more.

Lake Purdy is a fisherman’s paradise. Rent a fishing boat. Get all the bait you need. Haul in big fish. A day well spent.

Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama’s largest state park with 9,940 acres. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking, water sports, cable skiing, beach, horseback riding and much more.

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If a car catches on fire who is responsible for it? Alexander Shunnarah’s “Shark Of The Week” breaks it down!

Andrew Schwartz joined The Ford Faction for Thursday’s Alexander Shunnarah “Shark of The Week” to talk about his work with the law firm.  Andrew mentions his history from graduating from Alabama and getting into this field.  He talks about a particular case from a local strip club when a car caught on fire.  In an entertaining interview, Andrew delivers on yet another great segment from Alexander Shunnarah law firm.

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Here’s what to get Alabama dads for Father’s Day

There has been so much written about “what women really mean when they say something,” the topic should have its own wing in the Library of Congress. For men it’s much simpler. When your dad says he doesn’t want a gift for Father’s Day, it usually means either a.) he really wants something, or b.) your previous gifts to him have been so awful, he doesn’t want another ugly necktie.
It’s time to think classy, be a hero to dad and not break your bank account in the process. Forget the ties and the cheap cologne. Here are the best categories for gifts that he will brag about to his buds.

Golf

It’s a fact: men of a certain age tend to like golf. Bent Brook Golf Course in Birmingham is a 27-hole course designed for play that is challenging enough for advanced players while still being enjoyable for players with higher handicaps. Book dad a tee time online and give him a relaxing day chasing a little white ball.

If he just likes practicing his swing, Top Golf Birmingham has more than 100 climate-controlled hitting bays, a full-service restaurant and bars and a rooftop terrace with a fire pit. Their Father’s Day package will make him feel like a VIP.

Gun and Tactical

It’s also a fact that a lot of dads like to shoot. Sheepdog Firearms in Trussville is a unique gun store, shooting range and training facility. In addition to its 4,000 square feet retail area, Sheepdog has a state-of-the-art target retrieval system for an experience that will challenge even the most advanced target shooters.

From archery to firearms, Hoover Tactical Firearms aims to be your one-stop-shop when it comes to weapons. Check out their largest indoor range in the state, shop, archery range and clothing and accessories.

Food

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Dads don’t like to eat—said no dad ever. Saw’s BBQ has three locations in the Birmingham area and was recently proclaimed by Men’s Journal as the “Best Barbecue in America.”

Full Moon Bar-B-Que has trademarked itself as the “Best Little Pork House in Alabama” and cooks its meat low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit. Doesn’t that just make your mouth water?

Time Pieces

A good watch makes the man. In addition to battery replacements and precision repairs, Barton-Clay in Mountain Brook has stylish time pieces that would look great on your old man. Their staff of highly skilled jewelers can accommodate every request.

For more than 180 years Bromberg’s has provided fine jewelry and giftware options for the most discerning customers in Birmingham. They have watches of all kinds, and they all look great.

Cigars

If dad is partial to stogies, The Humidor Room offers a full bar, a wide variety of fine cigars and tobacco products from around the world. A great place to relax with a drink and a smoke.

Vitola Fine Cigars is a family owned and operated tobacconist located in Mountain Brook Village. They specialize in premium cigars, pipes and a great atmosphere. Drop by and smoke a cigar in their lounge filled with leather chairs, big screen TVs and great conversation.

Grill Master

What dad doesn’t like to man the grill? Alabama Gaslight & Grill in Homewood is a family-owned and operated specialty hearth, grill and gas lantern retail outlet. All of their products are made in the USA, and any of them would make a super-cool VIP gift.

ABSCO Fireplace & Patio has two locations around Birmingham is the source for the finest grills from Big Green Egg and Firemagic and a huge selection of fireplace hearths and accessories. They are also a one-stop source for outdoor fireplaces and firepits.

Fitness/Workout Warrior

If dad finds his happy place by working out, Highpoint Climbing and Fitness brings world class climbing to Alabama with 25,000 square feet of indoor climbing surface featuring walls up to 52+ feet tall. They also offer a Kid Zone, Bouldering Room, Weight and Aerobic Rooms, and yoga classes.

Want to lift some iron in The Iron City? Iron Tribe Fitness blends one-on-one coaching with group fitness. Membership at every ITF gym is strictly limited to 300 athletes. They offer great personal coaching and a positive environment where dad can work out in a group of his peers.

Speed

What dad doesn’t feel the need for speed? Autobahn Indoor Speedway provides a premier indoor go-kart racing experience. They deliver the freedom and the exhilaration of driving a high performance vehicle in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Is your dad is a NASCAR fan, he knows all about Talladega Superspeedway. Did you know you can buy him a package to get behind the wheel at the legendary raceway? The gift of a day at their NASCAR Racing Experience or Richard Petty Driving Experience is a racing fan’s dream come true.

Sports

If dad is more into spectator sports, the Birmingham Barons are the AA affiliate of the Chicago White Sox and offer great baseball with a small town minor league atmosphere. Their game on Father’s Day will allow you to “Play Catch with Dad” in the outfield before the game starts.

The Birmingham Legion will be bringing pro soccer to the area and will launch their inaugural season next year. Get in on the ground floor and get dad tickets now.

Outdoorsman

What to get the outdoorsman who has everything? A gift card from Mark’s Outdoors would be the smart move. They have everything he could want for hunting, fishing, archery and much more.

Lake Purdy is a fisherman’s paradise. Rent a fishing boat. Get all the bait you need. Haul in big fish. A day well spent.

Oak Mountain State Park is Alabama’s largest state park with 9,940 acres. Enjoy mountain biking, hiking, water sports, cable skiing, beach, horseback riding and much more.

Attorney General Steve Marshall: Taking a stand for life

(Marshall Campaign)

As Attorney General, I have no higher duty than to enforce our laws and ensure the safety of all Alabamians—and that includes the unborn. Throughout my career as a prosecutor and as your Attorney General, I have fought to protect the right to life.

While many candidates label themselves as pro-life, I have a proven track record. Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed me for Attorney General because they know I am the only candidate in the race with the resolve to tackle this issue head on.

When I was District Attorney, I worked tirelessly to help draft and advocate for the passage of the Brody Act. The Brody Act makes it possible to prosecute an offender for two crimes if they kill or injure an unborn child during an attack on the mother. I was the first to prosecute a case under this law In Marshall County and then, just last year, I had the privilege of defending my conviction on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as your Attorney General.

The ACLU has attacked Alabama’s law banning the gruesome practice of dismemberment abortions and our law requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion and I am fighting back against them. Alabamians deserve an Attorney General who will fight to defend relentless challenges to our laws by outside liberal interest groups and that’s exactly what I am doing. We must protect the most basic right of all rights and that is the right to life.

These attacks don’t just happen in Alabama, they happen around the country. As your Attorney General, I’ve taken a stand for life beyond our borders. Just this month, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed a brief that Alabama joined defending the First Amendment protections of a pro-life pregnancy center. We were also on the winning side of a similar case in Maryland. Last year, we supported North Carolina’s ban on abortions after 20 weeks when it was challenged in court.

As I seek a full term as your Attorney General, I am honored to partner with Alabama Citizens for Life to continue what I’ve started in fighting for the unborn.

Alabama must be on the right side of history with this issue. I hope you’ll stand for life with me as Attorney General and allow me to continue to champion the sanctity of life in Alabama and throughout the United States.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

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Attorney General Steve Marshall: Taking a stand for life

(Marshall Campaign)

As Attorney General, I have no higher duty than to enforce our laws and ensure the safety of all Alabamians—and that includes the unborn. Throughout my career as a prosecutor and as your Attorney General, I have fought to protect the right to life.

While many candidates label themselves as pro-life, I have a proven track record. Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed me for Attorney General because they know I am the only candidate in the race with the resolve to tackle this issue head on.

When I was District Attorney, I worked tirelessly to help draft and advocate for the passage of the Brody Act. The Brody Act makes it possible to prosecute an offender for two crimes if they kill or injure an unborn child during an attack on the mother. I was the first to prosecute a case under this law In Marshall County and then, just last year, I had the privilege of defending my conviction on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as your Attorney General.

The ACLU has attacked Alabama’s law banning the gruesome practice of dismemberment abortions and our law requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion and I am fighting back against them. Alabamians deserve an Attorney General who will fight to defend relentless challenges to our laws by outside liberal interest groups and that’s exactly what I am doing. We must protect the most basic right of all rights and that is the right to life.

These attacks don’t just happen in Alabama, they happen around the country. As your Attorney General, I’ve taken a stand for life beyond our borders. Just this month, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed a brief that Alabama joined defending the First Amendment protections of a pro-life pregnancy center. We were also on the winning side of a similar case in Maryland. Last year, we supported North Carolina’s ban on abortions after 20 weeks when it was challenged in court.

As I seek a full term as your Attorney General, I am honored to partner with Alabama Citizens for Life to continue what I’ve started in fighting for the unborn.

Alabama must be on the right side of history with this issue. I hope you’ll stand for life with me as Attorney General and allow me to continue to champion the sanctity of life in Alabama and throughout the United States.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

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Find out how Alexander Shunnarah is branching out into the Birmingham community

Ronnie Rice makes his return to The Ford Faction for Alexander Shunnarah’s “Shark of The Week” to discuss what he’s been up to lately. Ronnie talks about how busy it’s been at the Shunnarah Law Firm and what they’ve had going on. He mentioned his work with the community and the outreach they’ve been working on.

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North AlabamaWorks! Is looking for more job pipelines, employees and employers!

(North AlabamaWorks!/Facebook)

North AlabamaWorks! Joined The Ford Faction to talk about whats been going on in the company. North AlabamaWorks! is there to provide jobs to younger people who know that college is not going to be an option. AlabamaWorks! is a great company based here to show alternatives.

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Attorney General Steve Marshall: Taking a stand for life

(Marshall Campaign)

As Attorney General, I have no higher duty than to enforce our laws and ensure the safety of all Alabamians—and that includes the unborn. Throughout my career as a prosecutor and as your Attorney General, I have fought to protect the right to life.

While many candidates label themselves as pro-life, I have a proven track record. Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed me for Attorney General because they know I am the only candidate in the race with the resolve to tackle this issue head on.

When I was District Attorney, I worked tirelessly to help draft and advocate for the passage of the Brody Act. The Brody Act makes it possible to prosecute an offender for two crimes if they kill or injure an unborn child during an attack on the mother. I was the first to prosecute a case under this law In Marshall County and then, just last year, I had the privilege of defending my conviction on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as your Attorney General.

The ACLU has attacked Alabama’s law banning the gruesome practice of dismemberment abortions and our law requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion and I am fighting back against them. Alabamians deserve an Attorney General who will fight to defend relentless challenges to our laws by outside liberal interest groups and that’s exactly what I am doing. We must protect the most basic right of all rights and that is the right to life.

These attacks don’t just happen in Alabama, they happen around the country. As your Attorney General, I’ve taken a stand for life beyond our borders. Just this month, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed a brief that Alabama joined defending the First Amendment protections of a pro-life pregnancy center. We were also on the winning side of a similar case in Maryland. Last year, we supported North Carolina’s ban on abortions after 20 weeks when it was challenged in court.

As I seek a full term as your Attorney General, I am honored to partner with Alabama Citizens for Life to continue what I’ve started in fighting for the unborn.

Alabama must be on the right side of history with this issue. I hope you’ll stand for life with me as Attorney General and allow me to continue to champion the sanctity of life in Alabama and throughout the United States.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

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Attorney General Steve Marshall: Taking a stand for life

(Marshall Campaign)

As Attorney General, I have no higher duty than to enforce our laws and ensure the safety of all Alabamians—and that includes the unborn. Throughout my career as a prosecutor and as your Attorney General, I have fought to protect the right to life.

While many candidates label themselves as pro-life, I have a proven track record. Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed me for Attorney General because they know I am the only candidate in the race with the resolve to tackle this issue head on.

When I was District Attorney, I worked tirelessly to help draft and advocate for the passage of the Brody Act. The Brody Act makes it possible to prosecute an offender for two crimes if they kill or injure an unborn child during an attack on the mother. I was the first to prosecute a case under this law In Marshall County and then, just last year, I had the privilege of defending my conviction on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as your Attorney General.

The ACLU has attacked Alabama’s law banning the gruesome practice of dismemberment abortions and our law requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion and I am fighting back against them. Alabamians deserve an Attorney General who will fight to defend relentless challenges to our laws by outside liberal interest groups and that’s exactly what I am doing. We must protect the most basic right of all rights and that is the right to life.

These attacks don’t just happen in Alabama, they happen around the country. As your Attorney General, I’ve taken a stand for life beyond our borders. Just this month, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed a brief that Alabama joined defending the First Amendment protections of a pro-life pregnancy center. We were also on the winning side of a similar case in Maryland. Last year, we supported North Carolina’s ban on abortions after 20 weeks when it was challenged in court.

As I seek a full term as your Attorney General, I am honored to partner with Alabama Citizens for Life to continue what I’ve started in fighting for the unborn.

Alabama must be on the right side of history with this issue. I hope you’ll stand for life with me as Attorney General and allow me to continue to champion the sanctity of life in Alabama and throughout the United States.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

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Attorney General Steve Marshall: Taking a stand for life

(Marshall Campaign)

As Attorney General, I have no higher duty than to enforce our laws and ensure the safety of all Alabamians—and that includes the unborn. Throughout my career as a prosecutor and as your Attorney General, I have fought to protect the right to life.

While many candidates label themselves as pro-life, I have a proven track record. Alabama Citizens for Life has endorsed me for Attorney General because they know I am the only candidate in the race with the resolve to tackle this issue head on.

When I was District Attorney, I worked tirelessly to help draft and advocate for the passage of the Brody Act. The Brody Act makes it possible to prosecute an offender for two crimes if they kill or injure an unborn child during an attack on the mother. I was the first to prosecute a case under this law In Marshall County and then, just last year, I had the privilege of defending my conviction on appeal before the Alabama Supreme Court as your Attorney General.

The ACLU has attacked Alabama’s law banning the gruesome practice of dismemberment abortions and our law requiring parental consent for minors seeking an abortion and I am fighting back against them. Alabamians deserve an Attorney General who will fight to defend relentless challenges to our laws by outside liberal interest groups and that’s exactly what I am doing. We must protect the most basic right of all rights and that is the right to life.

These attacks don’t just happen in Alabama, they happen around the country. As your Attorney General, I’ve taken a stand for life beyond our borders. Just this month, the U.S. Supreme Court reviewed a brief that Alabama joined defending the First Amendment protections of a pro-life pregnancy center. We were also on the winning side of a similar case in Maryland. Last year, we supported North Carolina’s ban on abortions after 20 weeks when it was challenged in court.

As I seek a full term as your Attorney General, I am honored to partner with Alabama Citizens for Life to continue what I’ve started in fighting for the unborn.

Alabama must be on the right side of history with this issue. I hope you’ll stand for life with me as Attorney General and allow me to continue to champion the sanctity of life in Alabama and throughout the United States.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

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Lt. Gov. candidate Will Ainsworth portrays career politicians as masked burglars in new anti corruption campaign ad

(Ainsworth Campaign)

Republican lieutenant governor candidate Will Ainsworth is airing a new campaign commercial that focuses on fighting government corruption and portrays career politicians as masked burglars.

“This ad acknowledges that those who steal from others to enrich themselves are criminals whether they wear a ski mask in a bank or a suit and tie in the Alabama State House,” Ainsworth said. “Far too often, career politicians lose their perspective, become numb to corruption, and fall prey to the temptations that the political systems offers. As a newcomer to public service, that is why I sponsored term limit legislation in the Alabama House, and it is why I’ll help ensure that politicians who engage in corruption will experience the inside of a jail cell.”

The new campaign spot for Ainsworth, who sponsored term limit legislation as a first-term member of the Alabama House representing portions of Marshall, Blount, and DeKalb counties, is part of a massive $1.2 million media buy placed by his campaign and currently airs on network and cable stations across the state as well as in on-line digital and social media formats.

(Paid For By Friends of Will Ainsworth, 7520 Browns Valley Rd, Guntersville, AL 35976)

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Lt. Gov. candidate Will Ainsworth portrays career politicians as masked burglars in new anti corruption campaign ad

(Ainsworth Campaign)

Republican lieutenant governor candidate Will Ainsworth is airing a new campaign commercial that focuses on fighting government corruption and portrays career politicians as masked burglars.

“This ad acknowledges that those who steal from others to enrich themselves are criminals whether they wear a ski mask in a bank or a suit and tie in the Alabama State House,” Ainsworth said. “Far too often, career politicians lose their perspective, become numb to corruption, and fall prey to the temptations that the political systems offers. As a newcomer to public service, that is why I sponsored term limit legislation in the Alabama House, and it is why I’ll help ensure that politicians who engage in corruption will experience the inside of a jail cell.”

The new campaign spot for Ainsworth, who sponsored term limit legislation as a first-term member of the Alabama House representing portions of Marshall, Blount, and DeKalb counties, is part of a massive $1.2 million media buy placed by his campaign and currently airs on network and cable stations across the state as well as in on-line digital and social media formats.

(Paid For By Friends of Will Ainsworth, 7520 Browns Valley Rd, Guntersville, AL 35976)

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Lt. Gov. candidate Will Ainsworth portrays career politicians as masked burglars in new anti corruption campaign ad

(Ainsworth Campaign)

Republican lieutenant governor candidate Will Ainsworth is airing a new campaign commercial that focuses on fighting government corruption and portrays career politicians as masked burglars.

“This ad acknowledges that those who steal from others to enrich themselves are criminals whether they wear a ski mask in a bank or a suit and tie in the Alabama State House,” Ainsworth said. “Far too often, career politicians lose their perspective, become numb to corruption, and fall prey to the temptations that the political systems offers. As a newcomer to public service, that is why I sponsored term limit legislation in the Alabama House, and it is why I’ll help ensure that politicians who engage in corruption will experience the inside of a jail cell.”

The new campaign spot for Ainsworth, who sponsored term limit legislation as a first-term member of the Alabama House representing portions of Marshall, Blount, and DeKalb counties, is part of a massive $1.2 million media buy placed by his campaign and currently airs on network and cable stations across the state as well as in on-line digital and social media formats.

(Paid For By Friends of Will Ainsworth, 7520 Browns Valley Rd, Guntersville, AL 35976)

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1 month ago

What’s the real meaning to being a lawyer? The Alexander Shunnarah”Shark Of The Week” Tom Moore explains

(YHN)

Tom Moore, Alexander Shunnarah’s “Shark of The Week”, joined The Ford Faction to talk about what he does at the law firm.  Tom talks about his start up growing up in Mountain Brook and attending Auburn University and graduating and going into a sales job, he mentioned it wasn’t the right career for him. Tom then went to Cumberland Law School to get his degree and work in the DA’s office to work with particularly heinous crimes. Tom talks about when he joined the Shunnarah team and how good of a career move it was for him. In a lengthy interview, you can hear Tom’s story here.

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1 month ago

AlabamaWorks! Is putting Alabama back to work!

(YHN)

Mickey Hutto joined The Ford Faction to talk about “Alabama Works!”, the company that has a goal to employ people for skilled labor jobs.  Mickey talks about the various opportunities they have to offer for people who want to get in the field.  Mickey elaborates on what is on the horizon for Alabama Works.

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Lt. Gov. candidate Will Ainsworth portrays career politicians as masked burglars in new anti corruption campaign ad

(Ainsworth Campaign)

Republican lieutenant governor candidate Will Ainsworth is airing a new campaign commercial that focuses on fighting government corruption and portrays career politicians as masked burglars.

“This ad acknowledges that those who steal from others to enrich themselves are criminals whether they wear a ski mask in a bank or a suit and tie in the Alabama State House,” Ainsworth said. “Far too often, career politicians lose their perspective, become numb to corruption, and fall prey to the temptations that the political systems offers. As a newcomer to public service, that is why I sponsored term limit legislation in the Alabama House, and it is why I’ll help ensure that politicians who engage in corruption will experience the inside of a jail cell.”

The new campaign spot for Ainsworth, who sponsored term limit legislation as a first-term member of the Alabama House representing portions of Marshall, Blount, and DeKalb counties, is part of a massive $1.2 million media buy placed by his campaign and currently airs on network and cable stations across the state as well as in on-line digital and social media formats.

(Paid For By Friends of Will Ainsworth, 7520 Browns Valley Rd, Guntersville, AL 35976)

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AL AG Steve Marshall leading the fight to protect your gun rights

(Marshall Campaign)

Steve Marshall is a champion for Second Amendment rights. In his first year in office, he has led the fight both in Alabama and beyond to ensure that the individual right to bear arms is protected.

One of his first official acts as Attorney General was to lead twenty-five states in standing up for the right of individuals to carry firearms outside of the home. In a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of Alabama and 25 other states, Marshall questioned the constitutionality of a San Diego County gun restriction which banned citizens from possessing firearms outside of the home for self-defense. Believing the law to be a flagrant violation of Californians’ Second Amendment rights, Marshall said at the time of filing:

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“The Constitution does not limit [the right to bear arms] to the interior of one’s own home, yet that is effectively what the sheriff of San Diego County has dictated to local residents. As a result, most of the citizens of San Diego County today cannot open carry or concealed carry outside their property, even for self-defense. This unconstitutional limitation on the Second Amendment must be challenged and I am proud to lead a 26-state court filing to the U.S. Supreme Court opposing this unlawful gun ban.”

Marshall asked the Supreme Court to reverse the ultra-liberal Ninth Circuit and strike down the California law. Marshall’s brief was joined by Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Immediately upon taking office, Steve Marshall took the lead in a case with national implications for Second Amendment rights. And this is just one example of how he’s methodically pushing back against those who want to whittle away at the right to bear arms. Throughout his time in office, Marshall has continually demonstrated his commitment to protecting our constitutional rights at the state and federal levels and gives us a clear picture of the kinds of issues he will focus on if elected in the June 5th primary.

(Paid for by Steve Marshall for Alabama, P.O. Box 3537, Montgomery, AL 36109)

1 month ago

Does hard work pay off? It did for Angela Graugnard of the Alexander Shunnarah law firm

(YHN)

Angela Graugnard joined The Ford Faction in this week’s Alexander Shunnarah Law Firm “Shark of The Week” to talk about her introduction into the firm.  Angela mentions her great story of almost “begging” Alex into his law firm by saying she could fit nicely in the very packed office.  Angela mentions how she and her Southern Louisiana husband attempted a plant-based meal diet and it blows the guys minds in a very funny and interesting interview on The Ford Faction.

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