Donald Trump is now complaining about a coup. He may be right, but it is his coup to become emperor by ignoring Congress, the courts, and the majority of the American people to impose his delusions on the world.
As a Morgan County resident and frequent visitor to the city of Decatur, I am troubled by Mayor Tab Bowling's position on the local police department enforcing immigration laws.
Twice in recent weeks we’ve been warned by articles in The Daily that we’re scaring our children with too much publicity about gun violence and climate change. About the recent speech by 16-year-old Greta Thunberg at the UN on the threat of climate change, one article accused adults of manip…
While I was driving from Southeast Decatur north on Sixth Avenue/Alabama 31, I was horrified to see a grotesque apparatus installed on the northeast corner of Gordon Drive and Sixth.
The $67.7 million annual budget for the city of Decatur is well and good. However, this is still one of the most depressing cities to drive into from any direction.
My youngest daughter, 39 years old, is an Austin graduate. She is an associate professor at the University of Colorado. She is an avid outdoors person, competing in high-altitude marathons. Prior to May 2019, she was a dedicated bicycle commuter, traveling 10 miles to and from work.
Decatur's mayor and City Council are confronted with two public safety issues requiring political courage from our elected leaders. These are preventing fatal accidents on Point Mallard Parkway and preventing future shootings at Point Mallard Park.
In Friday's Decatur Daily “Your View,” a writer commented about money spent on the “Chamber of Commerce annual joyride to Washington."
There was a story in the paper Sunday titled "Ex-Morgan sheriff settles lawsuit." I was interviewed by the article's reporter on Friday by cellphone and answered all questions he had of me at the time relative to the lawsuit and the settlement.
I would like to thank The Decatur Daily and the reporter who did a wonderful job of reporting about the trash and filth on Wimberly Drive.
It is astounding to me how the left continues to hammer the president of the United States. It keeps getting worse than I could have ever have imagined.
We moved into Hickory Hill subdivision in 1975, and have routinely traveled Alabama 67 from Upper River Road to U.S. 31 for over 40 years since.
Each year, the U.S. government spends more than $500 billion on federal contracts. This is taxpayer money, and Americans might be surprised to learn that much of it is awarded to contractors outside the United States.