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  • Alabama Supreme Court upholds decision to toss 'birther' lawsuit, Chief Justice Roy Moore dissents

    03/22/2014 10:40:12 PM PDT · by PaulCruz2016 · 15 replies
    The Huntsville Times ^ | 03-21-2014 | Brian Lawson
    The Alabama Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a 2012 lawsuit which wanted Alabama's Secretary of State to certify the birth certificate of each presidential candidate before allowing their names to appear on the general election ballot. The court ruled 7-2 on the issue, with Chief Justice Roy Moore one of two justices who dissented from the majority's decision, arguing the lower court should have directed the secretary of state to check candidate birth certificates. The justices who agreed that the lawsuit should be dismissed were Michael F. Bolin, Tommy Bryan, James Allen Main, Glenn Murdock, Greg Shaw, Lyn...
  • Alabama Chief Justice, Roy Moore Sends Letter to 50 Governors Pushing for Gay Marriage Ban

    02/09/2014 5:39:17 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 8 replies
    Christian Post ^ | 02/08/2014 | BY KATHERINE WEBER
    Alabama's chief justice has jumped into the debate on same-sex marriage by encouraging all 50 U.S. governors to push for an amendment to the U.S. constitution that would define marriage as being solely between a man and woman. Roy Moore, chief justice of the state's Supreme Court, sent a letter to all 50 governors on Wednesday, encouraging their legislatures to approve of a convention that would address a constitutional amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman, both on a state and federal level. In the letter, Moore cited the U.S. Constitution's Article V, which forces Congress to...
  • The Alabama Supreme Court may be the beginning of the end of Obama’s house of cards

    10/08/2013 10:07:15 AM PDT · by Oldpuppymax · 87 replies
    Coach is Right ^ | 10/8/13 | Tommy Thompson
    What’s been the biggest challenge in challenging Obama’s eligibility in court? It’s been finding a judge who isn’t afraid to allow the merits of the case against Obama to be argued in court. The Alabama Supreme Court might just be different. In an earlier case before the Alabama Supremes, Associate Judge, Tom Parker, stated “McInnish has attached certain documentation (Joe Arpaio’s investigation) to his mandamus petition, which, if presented to the appropriate forum as part of a proper evidentiary presentation, would raise serious questions about the authenticity of both the ‘short form’ and ‘long form’ birth certificates of President Barack...
  • Multiple Obama Birth Certificates Surface In Alabama Eligibility Case

    05/01/2013 8:11:44 AM PDT · by EXCH54FE · 217 replies
    freedom outpost ^ | May 1, 2013 | Tim Brown
    The Alabama Democrat Party just submitted a completely different birth certificate than the one that was posted at the White House website in 2011. Larry Klayman, the plaintiff’s counsel submitted the forgery of Barack Hussein Obama’s birth certificate that was posted to on 4-27-2001 (seen below). Fogbow/Jack Ryan obot group produced another bogus one. Still a third birth certificate has been submitted by Alabama Democrats to the Supreme Court. Remember, this court is being presided over by Chief Justice Roy Moore, who supported Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, when he believed Obama to be a usurper and denied following orders...
  • Alabama Democratic Party Submits Different Obama Birth Certificate In Ballot Challenge Appeal

    In a unusual rare move, the Alabama Democratic Party has submitted a amicus brief in the McInnish Goode v Chapman Appeal case. The reason being is most likely because the Alabama Supreme Court has Chief Justice Roy Moore presiding over it. He supported Lt. Col. Terry Lakin during his court martial. Another worry for them is another justice named Tom Parker. He once opined in a prior McInnish case: "McInnish has attached certain documentation to his mandamus petition, which, if presented to the appropriate forum as part of a proper evidentiary presentation, would raise serious questions about the authenticity of...
  • Obama eligibility appeal in Roy Moore's court

    03/30/2013 8:06:10 PM PDT · by wesagain · 24 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | Mar 30, 2013 | staff writer
    Many cases challenging Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility have come and gone, but now an appeal has been filed with a state Supreme Court led by a newly elected chief justice who has expressed doubt about Obama’s qualification for office. Roy Moore was elected chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court last November, a decade after he defied a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state Supreme Court building. Now, 2012 Constitution Party presidential nominee Virgil Goode and Alabama Republican Party leader Hugh McInnish are asking the state’s highest court to force Secretary of State Beth Chapman...
  • Obama Eligibility Appeal in Roy Moore's Court

    03/30/2013 6:48:42 PM PDT · by WXRGina · 39 replies
    WorldNetDaily ^ | March 30, 2012 | Unattributed
    Many cases challenging Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility have come and gone, but now an appeal has been filed with a state Supreme Court led by a newly elected chief justice who has expressed doubt about Obama’s qualification for office. Roy Moore was elected chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court last November, a decade after he defied a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the state Supreme Court building. Now, 2012 Constitution Party presidential nominee Virgil Goode and Alabama Republican Party leader Hugh McInnish are asking the state’s highest court to force Secretary of State Beth Chapman...
  • ‘10 Commandments judge’ Roy Moore wins his old job back

    11/20/2012 12:44:14 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 38 replies
    Washington Post ^ | 11/19/2012 | Kim Chandler
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Roy Moore, forever known as Alabama’s Ten Commandments judge, has been re-elected chief justice in a triumphant political resurrection after being ousted from that office nearly a decade ago. Republican Moore defeated Jefferson County Circuit Judge Bob Vance, a Democrat, to win back his former office. “It’s clear the people have voted to return me to the office of chief justice,” Moore said. “I have no doubt this is a vindication. I look forward to being the next chief justice,” Moore told a crowd of sign-waving supporters. Moore thanked supporters at his party for sticking with him...
  • Chief Justice Roy Moore back on the scene [Refused to remove 10 Commandments]

    11/08/2012 6:20:32 PM PST · by bimboeruption · 12 replies
    One News Now ^ | 11-8-2012 | Charlie Butts
    Roy Moore is known nationally as the Alabama Supreme Court chief justice who was kicked off the court for refusing a federal court order to move a Ten Commandments monument from the courthouse. Moore ran for the office again and won in the primary in spite of being outspent. "We opposed about $3 million with about $600,000 and won by over 80,000 votes in the general," he details. "That was a pretty good win." Judge Moore says a slate of Republicans was seated on the court by voters, and he believes they will strive together to uphold the U.S. and...
  • The Alabama comeback of the ‘Ten Commandments Judge’

    03/14/2012 3:12:07 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 10 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | 3-14-12 | Alex Pappas
    Now that’s a comeback. Roy Moore, the nationally known “Ten Commandments Judge” and former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, on Tuesday won the Republican nomination in his state to regain his old seat after being ousted from it in 2003. “The people have spoken,” Moore said, according to the Montgomery Advertister. Moore was forced out of his job about a decade ago after refusing to remove a monument of the Ten Commandments — at the order of a federal judge — that he placed in the state’s judicial building while serving as chief justice. The Associated Press on...
  • Former AL State Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore Announced He's Running for President

    04/18/2011 7:48:19 AM PDT · by Keith in Iowa · 49 replies
    WHO-Radio ^ | 4/18/11 | Se;f
    Live on the radio during the Jan Mickelson program, Judge Roy Moore made it official - he's running. Announced Moments ago.
  • 10 Commandments judge considering challenge to Obama

    03/29/2011 3:20:39 PM PDT · by patlin · 16 replies
    WND ^ | March 29, 2011 | Bob Unruh
    Judge Roy Moore, who has been fighting the "tyranny" of the federal government for nearly a decade, confirmed today that he is considering a bid to challenge Barack Obama for the presidency in 2012. Although he's not yet taken the steps of setting up an exploratory committee, Moore told WND today that the nation needs to change its course, and he's been in touch with members of the tea party, largely credited for the overwhelming sweep of conservatives during the 2010 election. (snip) "I think we need to bring back the principles of the Constitution into our government. Quite frankly,...
  • Battle-scarred judge says Lakin decision ignores Constitution

    09/04/2010 5:55:53 AM PDT · by Smokeyblue · 47 replies
    World Net Daily ^ | Sept. 4, 2010 | Thom Redmond
    The military judge who curiously noted without explanation that uncovering evidence about President Obama's birth records could prove "embarrassing" and denied an officer the right to obtain potentially exculpatory evidence in a court-martial simply has forgotten the Constitution, the supreme rule of the United States. So says Judge Roy Moore, who battled the politically correct climate as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court a decade ago and ultimately was removed from office by a state panel that refused to review the constitutionality of a federal court order. SNIP "Lt. Col. Lakin has every right to question the lawfulness of...
  • Roy Moore, Alabama's "Ten Commandments Judge," Says He's Likely to Run for Governor

    04/12/2009 6:52:16 PM PDT · by kellynla · 16 replies · 888+ views
    Birmingham News ^ | April 12, 2009 | Hannah Wolfson
    Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore says he's very likely to run for governor again next year. Moore told the Associated Press that he plans to announce his decision June 1. That's when he could start raising money for the Republican primary in June 2010. "Right now I'm very inclined to enter. I feel there is a need, and I feel I'm well qualified for the position," he said. Moore, 62, garnered just 33 percent of the GOP primary vote when he ran against Gov. Bob Riley in 2006. But Riley can't run again in 2010. In that...
  • When preaching becomes a crime

    03/31/2008 10:06:15 AM PDT · by The Ghost of FReepers Past · 12 replies · 1,271+ views ^ | March 19, 2007 | Judge Roy Moore
    This is a WorldNetDaily printer-friendly version of the article which follows. In 1774, a young James Madison, while traveling through Culpeper County in Virginia – well before he became our fourth president – passed by a jail where a number of Baptist preachers had been incarcerated for nothing more than preaching without an official government license. One of these "criminals" preached from a window of the jail to any who would listen. Madison would never forget the dedication of those brave preachers – nor the audacity of the officials who had jailed them.
  • Ten Commandments stunner: Ten Commandments stunner: Feds lying at Supreme Court

    11/13/2006 10:57:02 PM PST · by B4Ranch · 199 replies · 4,353+ views ^ | November 14, 2006 | Bob Unruh
    FAITH UNDER FIRE Ten Commandments stunner: Feds lying at Supreme Court Government tells modern visitors it's Bill of Rights being honored Every argument before the U.S. Supreme Court and every opinion the judges deliver comes in the presence of the Ten Commandments, God's law given to Moses on a fire-scorched mountain, and now represented for the United States in the very artwork embedded in the high court structure. In today's world of revisionist history, the proof comes through the work of a California pastor who visited the Supreme Court building recently when he was in Washington and was surprised that...
  • Judge Roy Moore debuts as columnist ( for WorldNetdaily)

    07/26/2006 10:07:55 AM PDT · by SirLinksalot · 8 replies · 363+ views ^ | 07/26/2006
    Judge Roy Moore debuts as columnist Newssite welcomes man who staunchly defended Ten Commandments -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: July 26, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2006 Judge Roy Moore, the former Alabama chief justice who was ousted from office after battling for the right to display the Ten Commandments in the state courthouse, debuts today as an exclusive columnists for WorldNetDaily. "We are deeply honored to welcome Judge Moore to WorldNetDaily," said WND Editor Joseph Farah. "He has shown the nation he is a rarity in public service – a man of principle who's not afraid to acknowledge God and defend...
  • Academic Evangelicals

    07/06/2006 12:38:50 PM PDT · by JSedreporter · 6 replies · 564+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | July 5, 2006 | Malcolm A. Kline
    When academics relay their understanding of religion to the rest of us, they offer interpretations that the religiously observant may find a tad bizarre. “Religion has a certain kind of legitimacy among many people and in many parts of the world that secular life simply doesn’t have,” philosophy professor Roger S. Gottlieb explained in an interview with Jennifer Howard that appeared in the June 23rd issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education. “In Madagascar, where the fishermen were dynamiting to get fish and destroying the coral reef and fish stock, when the government said, ‘Don’t do it,’ they kept doing...

    06/06/2006 5:55:40 PM PDT · by commish · 16 replies · 1,571+ views
    Alabama 2006-06-07 00:46:53 GMT (i) = incumbent = winner = runoff Governor - - Dem Primary 197 of 3240 Precincts Reporting - 6.08% Max Runoff Cands=2 Name Party Votes Pct Baxley, Lucy Dem 15,122 53.46 Siegelman, Don Dem 12,632 44.66 Mack, Katherine Dem 132 .47 Copeland, Joe Dem 124 .44 Mathis, Nathan Dem 124 .44 Potts, James Dem 81 .29 Lyon, Harry Dem 69 .24 Governor - - GOP Primary 197 of 3240 Precincts Reporting - 6.08% Name Party Votes Pct Riley, Bob (i) GOP 26,457 69.55 Moore, Roy GOP 11,581 30.45 Lieutenant Governor - - GOP Primary 105...
  • Governor's Race leads hefty primary ballots (Alabama)

    06/06/2006 10:23:13 AM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 5 replies · 593+ views
    The Mobile Press-Register ^ | 6/6/06 | Bill Barrow
    Governor's races lead hefty primary ballots Hard-fought campaigns in hands of voters now Tuesday, June 06, 2006 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- It's Alabama politics' version of the Final Four. The top contenders for Alabama governor made their last pitches to the electorate Monday, setting up today's primary contests, which will likely determine who will advance to the general election in November. Gov. Bob Riley, his Republican challenger Roy Moore and Democratic Lt. Gov. Lucy Baxley each took to the air, with fly-arounds that allowed them to touch down in every corner of the state, including Mobile. Baxley's...
  • Down to the wire: Candidates make final push

    06/04/2006 2:18:20 PM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 4 replies · 411+ views
    The Mobile Press-Register ^ | 6/4/2006 | Bill Barrow
    Down to the wire: Candidates make final push Sunday, June 04, 2006 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- The four leading candidates for Alabama governor are all on the road this weekend, scrambling to make last-minute pitches for votes in Tuesday's party primaries that most forecasters say will come down to a simple function of turnout. It's an axiom political strategists use often, because it's true to the point of being elementary: The candidate who gets the best effort and the most votes out of his or her core supporters usually wins. Yet with two contested primaries this year,...
  • Sitting justices lead big in cash (Ala. Supreme Ct)

    06/02/2006 4:26:17 PM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 142+ views
    The Mobile Press-Register ^ | June 2, 2006 | Brendan Kirby
    Sitting justices lead big in cash Friday, June 02, 2006 By BRENDAN KIRBY Staff Reporter If Alabama Supreme Court Justice Tom Parker and his allies are going to succeed in their quest to upend incumbents in Tuesday's Republican primary, they will have to do it despite a huge fund-raising deficit, according to campaign finance reports. The latest reports, which were due Thursday, provide the last peek at the candidates' contributions and expenses before Tuesday's voting. The reports cover all contributions received between the time the last filing period ended -- 45 days before the primary -- and 10 days before...
  • 'So Help Me God' The "Ten Commandments Judge" battles to become Alabama's governor.

    05/27/2006 7:58:41 AM PDT · by ECM · 48 replies · 791+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | May 27, 2006 | KYLE WINGFIELD
    MONTGOMERY, Ala.--Most politicians would kill for--or spend millions of dollars to acquire--the name recognition Roy Moore has in Alabama. Not necessarily the kind of name recognition, mind you. Just the level. That's because here, and across the country, he's known not just as Roy Moore, but as "Roy Moore, Ten Commandments Judge"--the Southern Baptist-cum-chief justice of Alabama who defied a federal court order to remove his 2 1/2-ton monument to the Commandments from the state courthouse, and lost his job as a result. It's a moniker that wins him automatic support in some quarters, and deafens ears before he even...
  • Roy Moore starts ads three weeks before primary election

    05/19/2006 12:47:48 PM PDT · by Kuksool · 13 replies · 516+ views
    Dateline Alabama ^ | May 17, 2006 | PHILLIP RAWLS
    Former Chief Justice Roy Moore waited until the final three weeks of the Republican campaign for governor to air his first TV commercial, which gives many voters their first glimpse of the trial that cost him his judgeship. Moore, campaigning in Enterprise on Wednesday, said he waited because he lags behind Republican Gov. Bob Riley in fundraising and he wanted to get the most impact from his money by hitting the air close to the June 6 primary election. "We are lower on money. We don't have a tenth of what my opponent does," he told the Republican Women of...
  • Republican (Supreme Court) Incumbents challenged from the right

    05/14/2006 10:48:54 AM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 8 replies · 763+ views
    The Mobile Press-Register ^ | 5/14/2006 | Brendan Kirby
    Republican incumbents challenged from right Chief justice and three associate justices face an ideological offensive for control of the court Sunday, May 14, 2006 By BRENDAN KIRBY Staff Reporter Several Republican justices on the Alabama Supreme Court, which one political expert considers the most conservative in modern history, find themselves under assault this election year -- from the right. Justice Tom Parker is challenging Chief Justice Drayton Nabers in the June 6 GOP primary, and a like-minded slate is taking on three other Republican incumbents. It is an internecine battle for control of the court that muddies the traditional trial...
  • Ten Commandments Judge trails in polls

    05/10/2006 6:32:59 PM PDT · by sinkspur · 15 replies · 580+ views ^ | 5/7/06 | Philip Rawls
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Roy Moore's unsuccessful fight to display the Ten Commandments and keep his job as Alabama's chief justice made him a national hero to religious conservatives three years ago. But Moore isn't being treated like a hero in the state's topsy-turvy race for governor. He trails Governor Bob Riley 2 to 1 in the polls and has an even wider gap in fund-raising as they head toward the Republican primary June 6. It's a scenario that seemed unlikely in 2003, when Moore rose to national prominence and Riley took a body blow from voters who rejected his proposed...
  • Riley builds big lead over (Roy) Moore

    04/16/2006 6:12:24 AM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 30 replies · 599+ views
    Mobile Press-Register ^ | 4/16/06 | Bill Barrow
    Poll: Riley builds big lead over Moore Sunday, April 16, 2006 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- Gov. Bob Riley has stormed to a 44-point lead over challenger Roy Moore in the battle for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, according to a new statewide survey. The Press-Register/University of South Alabama poll showed Riley with 64 percent support of self-identified Republican primary voters. Moore, the ousted Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, had 20 percent. The findings indicate that the Republican contest is becoming a cakewalk for the incumbent with seven weeks left until the June 6 vote. "These poll results suggest...
  • (Roy) Moore says mad cow timing odd

    03/25/2006 7:45:40 PM PST · by Jonas Grumby · 74 replies · 1,219+ views
    The Birmingham News ^ | 3/25/06 | Kim Chandler
    Moore says mad cow timing odd Saturday, March 25, 2006 KIM CHANDLER News staff writer MONTGOMERY - Republican gubernatorial candidate Roy Moore said Friday it was a "strange coincidence" that mad cow disease was found in Alabama just as government officials want to start an animal-identification system. Moore is opposed to a national tracking system that would give identification numbers to farm animals and to a bill pending in the Alabama Legislature that would authorize Alabama to start its own tracking system. "It's a strange coincidence that we have a case of mad cow disease at the same time the...
  • The George Washington Man of the Year Award

    02/25/2006 8:11:28 AM PST · by Jo Nuvark · 2 replies · 316+ views
    Vision Forum ^ | 2-22-06 | Wesley Strackbein
    Do you remember the last time you heard of a high-ranking elected official invoking the name of Jesus Christ in his inaugural address, explaining that the Lord is the only source of life, law, and liberty? You have heard of innumerable judges and their rulings which appear to legitimize sin and progressively banish God from the public square; but when was the last time you read of a Supreme Court justice using Scripture in a court opinion to explain and defend the biblical roots of the common law and our constitutional system of government? And can you think of one...
  • Republic of Utica 2/11/06

    02/10/2006 11:21:21 PM PST · by Cato Uticensis · 3 replies · 224+ views
    Republic of Utica Blog | 2/11/2006 | Cato Uticensis
    Endorse Moore Back in October, I wrote a piece entitled "Return of a Hero" (on the GOP Insight Blog) about the new candidacy for Governorship of the State of Alabama by Judge Roy Moore. Judge Moore is a champion of religious freedom against the Unelected Communazi Religion Gestapo of the ACLU/Southern Bolshevik Law Center. I along with thousands of others, stood with him in August and September of 2003, when he fought for the freedom of religion of America with the Ten Commandments Monument against an unlawful and tyrannical Federal Court Order to remove it. I was also there on...
  • Judge Roy Moore, GOP Candidate AL governor speaking Jan 16. Y'all come

    01/15/2006 9:41:14 PM PST · by Full Court · 42 replies · 1,743+ views
    estern Area Republican Club of Jefferson County, Alabama ******Judge Roy Moore to be our next speaker ****** Candidate for the Republican nomination for governor, the Honorable Roy Moore, will be our speaker at our January 16th, 2006 meeting at 11:30 A.M., at the Home Plate Diner, 2780 Allison-Bonnett Memorial Drive in Hueytown. Visitors are welcome, and no reservations are needed. This is an opportunity to meet and hear Judge Moore, and to buy the book "So Help Me God" and have it autographed for you. There will be no other form of fund-raising at this meeting.We will have an...
  • Alabama Justices Surrender to Judicial Activism

    01/16/2006 8:49:28 AM PST · by Law · 42 replies · 1,669+ views
    Birmingham News ^ | January 1, 2006 | Tom Parker
    In 1997, a vicious thug entered the home of a pregnant Alabama woman. He raped and repeatedly stabbed her, then fled, leaving her to die in a house with three other children. Police acted swiftly and caught the attacker, Renaldo Adams, literally red-handed with blood. After a fair trial, Adams was convicted of rape and murder and given the death penalty. It took the jury less than 30 minutes to recommend his execution. As an assistant attorney general under then Attorney General (now U.S. Sen.) Jeff Sessions, I helped prosecute Adams and was satisfied the Alabama jury chose the punishment...
  • A Nation Under God (Lib's view)

    01/11/2006 8:03:10 AM PST · by isaiah55version11_0 · 7 replies · 555+ views
    Mother Jones ^ | Jan 2006 | John Sugg
    TRINITY CHAPEL in suburban Atlanta’s Cobb County is hardly the picture of a revolutionary outpost. It’s a stylishly modern Church of God—a denomination that, though conservative, is certainly mainstream. Parishioners are drawn from a community whose average income is a comfortable 35 percent above the national norm, whose tree-lined country roads intersect McMansion subdivisions....Reconstruction—an obscure but increasingly potent theology whose top exponents hold that Christian crusaders must conquer and convert the world, by the sword if necessary, before Jesus will return....Reconstruction has slowly absorbed, congregation by congregation, the conservative Presbyterian Church in America (not to be confused with the progressive...
  • Poem by Judge Roy Moore

    01/10/2006 7:15:52 PM PST · by Calpernia · 19 replies · 358+ views
    Email | January 4, 2006 | Judge Roy Moore
    This is an email forward. Email says it is written by Judge Roy Moore, who was removed from the bench for refusing to remove the 10 Commandments from his courtroom wall. Very well written and speaks the truth. God bless Roy Moore! Begin copy: The following is a poem written by Judge Roy Moore from Alabama. Judge Moore was sued by the ACLU for displaying the Ten Commandments in his courtroom foyer. He has been stripped of his judgeship and now they are trying to strip his right to practice law in Alabama. The judge's poem sums it up quite...
  • Baxley running for Governor

    01/05/2006 7:20:14 AM PST · by AzaleaCity5691 · 20 replies · 678+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | January 5, 2006 | Bill Barrow
    Baxley running for governor Thursday, January 05, 2006 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- Pointing to her rural upbringing, Christian faith, life as a single parent and nearly four decades as a public employee, businesswoman and elected official, Lt. Gov. Lucy Baxley on Wednesday announced her bid for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination. "This state is made up of everyday people whose families work hard to provide the necessities of life, who try to afford health care and who try to protect their children from the evils of society," Baxley told about 300 campaign workers and supporters gathered in a...
  • Cast of characters enlivens Alabama governor's race

    12/27/2005 4:11:03 PM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 16 replies · 659+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 28 December 2005
    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The cast: A Republican incumbent who alienated his base with a proposal to raise taxes. A chief justice who lost his job over his Ten Commandments stand. A former governor under indictment. A lieutenant governor who helped her ex-husband run for governor. The show: Alabama's gubernatorial primaries of 2006. In a state where George C. Wallace and James E. "Big Jim" Folsom made races for governor a must-watch event on the political stage, the current campaigns may be every bit as memorable. On the Republican side, ousted Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, the Ten Commandments defender,...
  • Riley says (Roy) Moore sought protection for monument.

    12/21/2005 10:23:14 AM PST · by AzaleaCity5691 · 149 replies · 1,830+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | December 21, 2005 | Bill Barrow
    Riley says Moore sought protection for monument Wednesday, December 21, 2005 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- During the peak of public protests over removal of the Ten Commandments from the Alabama Judicial Building, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore sent an emissary who asked Gov. Bob Riley to call out Alabama National Guard troops to protect the 5,280-pound rock, according to the governor. "That's where Roy and I parted ways," Riley told the Mobile Register of his chief opponent in the upcoming 2006 Republican primary for governor. Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Terry Butts, who came to...
  • (Roy) Moore's wife seeks donations in letter

    12/20/2005 1:59:32 PM PST · by AzaleaCity5691 · 4 replies · 956+ views
    The Birmingham News ^ | 12/20/2005 | Kim Chandler
    Moore's wife seeks donations in letter Would help him become a `spokesperson for Christian conservatism' Tuesday, December 20, 2005 KIM CHANDLER News staff writer MONTGOMERY - The wife of Republican candidate for governor Roy Moore is asking supporters for a Christmas campaign gift to help her husband become a "national spokesperson for Christian conservatism." Kayla Moore wrote in an e-mail that Christmas was an appropriate time to begin their campaign "to return morality to our country and God to our public square." Her husband is opposed by people who want to promote gay marriage and "remove Christ from Christmas," she...
  • Sen. Smith may seek Republican nomination

    11/04/2005 3:43:34 PM PST · by charrisGOP · 2 replies · 563+ views
    Birmingham News ^ | November 04, 2005 | Thomas Spencer
    A little-known state senator from Slocomb is moving toward a race for the 2006 Republican nomination for governor, entering a field that includes Gov. Bob Riley and Roy Moore. Though she has said only that she is considering running, Harri Anne Smith, 43, has created a campaign committee and cashed the check on a major donation from Mignon C. Smith, 74-year-old Avondale Mills heiress and longtime Republican Party promoter. Wallace Malone, the longtime CEO of SouthTrust, has a long-standing relationship with Sen. Smith. John Grenier, another prominent Republican, has sent out letters advising donors that she would be calling. And...
  • An election for every American [WND editor calls for prayer, fasting for Judge Moore victory]

    10/14/2005 5:27:01 PM PDT · by churchillbuff · 10 replies · 505+ views
    WND ^ | Oct 14 05 | Farah
    Just because there is no 2008 presidential candidate you're excited about, doesn't mean you can't be involved in politics. Just because there is no congressional candidate you can support in 2006, doesn't mean you can't be involved in politics. Just because there are so few righteous men and women running for office in America today, doesn't mean you are supposed to sit at home and drop out. In fact, it's more important than ever that Americans who revere the Constitution and who understand the moral crisis we face get involved in politics. Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? One important...
  • An Election for Every American {Moore, Alabama, 2006}

    10/14/2005 6:20:26 AM PDT · by Theodore R. · 7 replies · 456+ views ^ | 10-14-05 | Farah, Joseph
    An election for every American -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: October 14, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 Just because there is no 2008 presidential candidate you're excited about, doesn't mean you can't be involved in politics. Just because there is no congressional candidate you can support in 2006, doesn't mean you can't be involved in politics. Just because there are so few righteous men and women running for office in America today, doesn't mean you are supposed to sit at home and drop out. In fact, it's more important than ever that Americans who revere the Constitution and who understand the...
  • Poll indicates Gov. Riley is well ahead of Roy Moore in Alabama GOP primary

    10/09/2005 9:30:58 AM PDT · by Crackingham · 6 replies · 547+ views
    Mobile Register ^ | 10/9/5 | Bill Barrow
    Gov. Bob Riley, who on Saturday announced his bid for a second term, holds a 19-point lead over ousted Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore among likely voters in the 2006 Republican gubernatorial primary, the results of a new statewide survey suggest. The Mobile Register-University of South Alabama poll showed Riley with 44 percent and Moore with 25 percent. The remainder were undecided. The results mark a dramatic turnaround from January, when a similar Register-USA poll found Moore leading the governor 43-35 in a hypothetical GOP contest. The findings also defy what was once the prevailing political wisdom in Alabama:...
  • Ten Commandments judge to run for Alabama governor

    10/03/2005 3:36:15 PM PDT · by Tailgunner Joe · 36 replies · 1,072+ views
    Reuters ^ | October 3, 2005 | Verna Gates
    BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (Reuters) - Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, who was fired in 2003 for disobeying a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments monument from a courthouse, said on Monday he would be a candidate for governor of Alabama in 2006. Moore, a fundamentalist Christian from northern Alabama who supports school prayer and opposes gay marriage, pledged to fight against higher taxes, tighten restrictions on illegal immigrants and improve education if elected. "It is a crucial time to run for office when rights and liberties are being eroded, taxes climb, the education of our children declines and morality...
  • Classic GOP battle brewing in Alabama (Roy Moore to announce run for governor today)

    10/03/2005 1:03:30 AM PDT · by Crackingham · 46 replies · 1,255+ views
    AP ^ | 10/3/05 | Phillip Rawls
    The Republican race for Alabama governor will take shape in the coming week, with ousted state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and incumbent Gov. Bob Riley expected to announce their candidacies and set up a classic battle between the GOP's two cornerstones: religious conservatives and business groups. Moore has scheduled an announcement about his gubernatorial plans today in his hometown of Gadsden. Riley is having a 61st birthday party Saturday in Birmingham, where many of his supporters expect him to kick off a re-election campaign. For months, Moore has been saying that he was praying about whether to run...
  • Sen. Harri Anne Smith considers run for governor [Alabama]

    08/30/2005 4:46:13 PM PDT · by BamaGOP · 15 replies · 474+ views
    Tuscaloosa News ^ | August 28. 2005 | PHILLIP RAWLS
    Democratic Lt. Gov. Lucy Baxley may not be the only woman running for governor next year. Republican state Sen. Harri Anne Smith says she's seriously considering entering the race. "Over the next couple of months, I'll be traveling the state and meeting with party people and people in the community," she said. Smith, R-Slocomb, said she is so serious that she has had polling done, and she expects to make a decision before the end of the year. No Republican has officially announced yet for the 2006 governor's race, but Gov. Bob Riley and former Chief Justice Roy Moore are...
  • Lyn Stuart seeking re-election as associate justice

    08/12/2005 5:01:00 PM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 2 replies · 315+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | August 12, 2005 | Bill Barrow
    Lyn Stuart seeking re-election as associate justice Friday, August 12, 2005 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- Republican Lyn Stuart has announced that she will seek a second term as associate justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. The Atmore native and former Baldwin County judge becomes the second member of the high court to announce another run in 2006 after having opposed former Chief Justice Roy Moore's efforts to keep a Ten Commandments monument in the Alabama Judicial Building. Champ Lyons of Magnolia Springs announced his intentions to run for another term earlier this spring. Former Justice Jean Brown...
  • Siegelman Calls for Tougher Sex Offender Penalties

    07/23/2005 8:24:13 AM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 10 replies · 412+ views
    The Mobile Register ^ | 7/23/2005 | Nadia Mohandessi
    Siegelman calls for tougher sex offender penalties Saturday, July 23, 2005 By NADIA MOHANDESSI Staff Reporter Former Gov. Don Siegelman called for the Alabama Legislature to toughen a sexual offender bill Friday afternoon and include mandatory castration and the death penalty for persons convicted of violent sex crimes against children under 12. "An ankle bracelet is not going to stay on if a sexual predator wants it off," Siegelman said. "The Legislature has got to get serious about protecting Alabama's children or go home." Many observers expect Siegelman to announce his intention to run for governor again, though no official...
  • Justice Champ Lyons to seek second six year term (he voted to removed Roy Moore)

    07/20/2005 12:37:45 PM PDT · by AzaleaCity5691 · 38 replies · 646+ views
    Mobile Register ^ | 7/8/05 | Bill Barrow
    Justice Champ Lyons to seek second six-year term Lyons voted to comply with order to remove Ten Commandments monument Friday, July 08, 2005 By BILL BARROW Capital Bureau MONTGOMERY -- Alabama Supreme Court Associate Justice Champ Lyons has announced that he will seek another term on the state's highest appellate court, potentially providing another measure of ousted Chief Justice Roy Moore's electoral influence over the court he once led. A seven-year veteran of the all-Republican court, Lyons will run for his second six-year term in 2006. The longtime Montgomery and Mobile attorney-turned-jurist has served on the nine-member panel since his...
  • A Supreme Suggestion (My Title)

    07/13/2005 8:44:02 AM PDT · by TBP · 3 replies · 438+ views
    ConservativeUSA ^ | July 13, 2005 | TCC
    Howard Phillips, Chairman of The Conservative Caucus, will be joined by Stephen Peroutka (“Face the Truth”), Dr. Alan Keyes (The Declaration Foundation), Michael Peroutka (Founder, Institute on the Constitution), and Jim Clymer (Chairman, Constitution Party National Committee), and others at an 11:30 A.M., Wednesday, July 13 news conference in the President’s Room at the University Club (1135 16th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036), promoting the nomination of “Ten Commandments Judge” Roy Moore to be a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Phillips has been active in previous Supreme Court battles: (a) in opposition to the appointment of...

    07/06/2005 12:37:57 PM PDT · by The_Eaglet · 98 replies · 1,961+ views
    The Conservative Caucus ^ | July 1, 2005 | Howard Phillips
    NEWS RELEASE For immediate release July 1, 2005 Contact: Charles Orndorff 703-938-9626 PRESIDENT BUSH SHOULD NOMINATE "TEN COMMANDMENTS JUDGE" ROY MOORE TO THE SUPREME COURT Vienna, VA. "President Bush should nominate former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore to replace Sandra Day O'Connor in the U.S. Supreme Court", Howard Phillips, Chairman of The Conservative Caucus, said today. "Sandra Day O'Connor's appointment by Ronald Reagan was a foreseeable disaster," Phillips continued. "As I pointed out in 1981, Mrs. O'Connor was a pro-abortion member of the Arizona State Senate and a liberal judge on the Arizona Court of Appeals. She was...