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|NCAA T-Shirts & Hats at Lids: 2 for $28 + free shipping w/ $50|
Added: 26.07.2017 1:25 | 2 views | 0 comments
At Lids, buy two select NCAA T-shirts or hats (Alabama Crimson Tide T-Shirt pictured) for $28. (Discount applies in-cart.) Shipping adds $4.99, but orders of $50 or more qualify for free shipping. (Select items may be available via in-store pickup.) Mix and match from over 1,600 items. Deal ends August 31.
|Space Camp Lets You Become An Astronaut Without Leaving The Planet|
Added: 25.07.2017 15:12 | 4 views | 0 comments
NBC News' Ashley Parrish heads to Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama to find out what it's like to be an astronaut for a weekend.
|Alabama Woman Stuck In NYC Traffic In 1902 Invented The Windshield Wiper|
Added: 25.07.2017 9:52 | 4 views | 0 comments
Entrepreneur Mary Anderson thought it made no sense that New York streetcar drivers had to keep jumping off to clean snow from the windshield. She soon won a patent for her "window cleaning device."
|Rep. Mo Brooks uses Scalise shooting audio in campaign ad|
Added: 24.07.2017 23:20 | 20 views | 0 comments
A new campaign ad for Brooks, an Alabama Senate candidate, uses audio of gunshots firing and an interview at the scene of the shooting
|Audio of Scalise Shooting Used in Campaign Ad|
Added: 24.07.2017 22:51 | 7 views | 0 comments
An Alabama congressman is facing intense criticism for releasing a campaign ad that includes audio of the June shooting of a Louisiana congressman.
|Obama, Selma and the Left's Backward-Looking Racial Narrative|
Added: 24.07.2017 20:25 | 4 views | 0 comments
Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt of Jason Riley's False Black Power? It is excerpted here with permission. President Barack Obama traveled to Alabama on March 7, 2015, to deliver a speech marking the 50th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, when 600 peaceful protesters seeking the right to vote were beaten and tear-gassed by mounted police as they tried to march across Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge. It was one of the more symbolic moments of a deeply symbolic presidency — an opportunity to remind the country of how much racial progress had been made over the past half century ...
|Mo Brooks: 'Second Amendment' | Campaign 2018|
Added: 24.07.2017 19:30 | 12 views | 0 comments
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Al.), a 2018 candidate for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, released an advertisement on July 24 that uses audio from the shooting that took place at Republican congressional baseball practice on June 14 in Alexandria, Va.
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