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Y'all want to hear a crazy-ass #alpolitics story? Get ready for some foolishness. /1
So, yesterday afternoon, Angi Stalnaker, a consultant working on Troy King's AG campaign and a former Robert Bentley advosor, arrived home to her house in Troy to find her back door standing open. /2
She calls the cops and her boyfriend goes inside to check the place out. Cops arrive. They go through the place, no one's there, and nothing seems to be missing. TV is there. There's cash laying on the counter still. /3
Then they check the guest room where Stalnaker stores a bunch of boxes - work stuff, Xmas decorations, etc. /4
In that room, four boxes are missing. All of them marked "Bentley". And that's all that was gone. /F

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Aug 1, 2018
A pretty cool story for your Wednesday: In 1957, the KKK bombed the parsonage of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Montgomery. Inside that home at the time was a young white couple, Rev. Bob and Jeannie Greatz, Bob's mother and their four kids - the youngest just NINE DAYS OLD. /1
This was the 1st of 2 bombings of the Graetz's home by the KKK, which was angry with the couple for betraying their race and aiding the Montgomery Bus Boycott. This bombing was meant to kill them. Except the KKK being made up of redneck goobers, screwed up the bombing /2
The big bomb they threw first didn't explode. So they had to return and toss another, smaller bomb in an effort to blow up the first. Only the 2nd bomb exploded, which shattered all the windows and blew off the doors of the house. But the family inside survived. /3
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Apr 23, 2018
On this confederate memorial day, where a gov celebrates confederate monuments, here's a story about two Civil War soldiers that highlights the hypocrisy of the 'monuments are history' argument.
George Thomas was a Virginian and celebrated American soldier when the war started. He couldn't bring himself to fight for the South and turn his back on America.
After the war, Thomas became an advocate for black Americans, fighting the kkk in Tennessee and Alabama. He fought to make sure blacks were given the rights they were promised. In fighting the kkk, Thomas fought its founder, Nathan Bedford Forrest.
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