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Mo Brooks: If Not for Open Borders, Sonya Jones Would Still Be Alive

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) says that the Alabama mother of two and school teacher, Sonya Jones, who was killed last week in a head-on, hit-and-run car crash allegedly caused by an illegal alien, would still be alive today if not for the country’s open borders policy. 

Sonya Jones

Five Things That Went Wrong for Roy Moore

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – It would be a mild understatement to say Tuesday’s outcome in the Alabama U.S. Senate special election was a shocker.

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Five Things to Watch for on Election Day in Alabama

OZARK, Alabama – Now that the fat lady is finally warming up to sing the finale in what has been the never-ending saga of Alabama’s U.S. Senate special election cycle, there are a few things spectators can watch for before

Alabama State Capitol shortly before Roy Moore campaign press conference, 11/17/17

Watch: Donald Trump Live in Mobile, AL

On Saturday at 4 p.m. ET, President-elect Donald Trump will pay a visit to Mobile, AL’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium as part of his USA Thank You Tour 2016. Video courtesy of Right Side Broadcasting Network Follow on Twitter @BreitbartVideo

English-language China Daily newspaper warned that 'diplomatic rookie' Donald Trump needs to moderate his behaviour or he will create 'costly troubles for his country'

Trump on Alabama Rally: It’s a ‘Real Happening’

On Friday evening in Mobile, AL, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said he expects to participate in a rally promoting his presidential candidacy that will have at least 30,000 people in attendance. Earlier in the day on local Mobile, AL

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Study Finds Mobile Device Addicts are Multiplying Across the World

In its second annual report on consumer mobility, the Bank of America found that Americans are more plugged in than ever, with 71 percent even admitting that they sleep with their cell phones next to them. This, the BoA said, is evidence of a growing rate of addiction to mobile devices.


Pawn Shop Purchase Reunites Navy Vet with Sword 40 Years Later

According to a report that aired on Mobile, AL FOX affiliate WALA on Wednesday, Korean War veteran Roy M. Johnsen was reunited with a part of his past after a happenstance purchase . Chip Herrington of Mobile, bought an old Naval officer’s