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Inside the Statehouse: The 1964 Goldwater landslide was the beginning of...

Steve Flowers outlines the 1964 presidential election and its impact on contemporary Alabama politics.

Selma Online offers free civil rights lessons amid virus

The project attempts to show students how events in 1965 shaped voting rights.

Steve Flowers: Questionable political appointments nothing new

In Alabama politics, many times appointments to political offices filled by an acting governor have an adverse effect on that appointee if and when...

Darryl Paulson: On Neil Gorsuch; both parties should just grow up!

Until 1987, presidential nominees to the U.S. Supreme Court were respectfully received and reviewed by the U.S. Senate. In 1986, Antonin Scalia, a judicial...

Donald Trump looking to Sarah Huckabee Sanders in tough moments

Faced with aggressive on-air questioning about the president's wiretapping claims, Sarah Huckabee Sanders didn't flinch, she went folksy. Speaking to George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning...

Martin Dyckman: Politics mars the Supreme Court nomination process

The maxim that "no good deed goes unpunished" is often borne out in politics these days, and if President Barack Obama hasn't taped it...

Darryl Paulson: Conventions have been disrupted by credentials, rules, platforms

(Second of three parts) Political parties have held conventions in America since 1824. Many aspects of the convention have changed little in almost two centuries. This...



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