AL.com reports: It’s now official. Roy Moore is not running for governor. Twice elected as the state’s Supreme Court chief justice and twice a candidate for governor, Moore did not declare his candidacy and pay his entrance fee by the close of the qualifying window Friday at 5 p.m. Show More Summary
After Chief Justice Roberts decided recently to not send a man who could no longer remember his crime to the execution chamber in Alabama, court pundits took it as a sign that the Chief Justice could be switching teams. The other conservative justices would've let the old-timer die. Although,......
Gov. Kay Ivey's 2018 State of the State address given Tuesday. Remarks as prepared: President Marsh, Speaker McCutcheon, members of the Alabama Legislature, Chief Justice Stuart, justices of the Alabama … Click to Continue »
Basketball legend Charles Barkley is campaigning for Doug Jones, Roy Moore’s Democratic challenger for Alabama’s open Senate seat — and he thinks Alabamans have been duped into supporting the twice-fired former chief justice. In an interview with AL.com, Barkley said Alabama...
Former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, who is now the Republican candidate for Alabama’s open Senate seat in the special election Tuesday, has spent nearly two decades issuing repeated battle cries to right-wing Alabama evangelicals. It’s his faith, he says, that motivates his actions, and it’s his faith that he uses to excuse those actions when they land him […]
In a 2011 radio interview, ousted Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore revealed that he fervently wants to move the U.S. back to the 40s — the 1840s. CNN’s K-File unearthed the audio, in which Moore said that eliminating all Constitutional Amendments after the 10th would “eliminate...
AP Photo/Brynn Anderson Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at a campaign rally in Fairhope Alabama democracy_rules.jpg W hile the rest of the world has its #MeToo moment, the Republican Party appears...Show More Summary
It’s no longer just a scare: Roy Moore is behind in the Alabama Senate race. Can the Republican Party catch up? Former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, talks to constituents before a Republican Senate candidate forum, Friday, Aug. Show More Summary
One of the women accusing ousted Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore flatly declined an opportunity to be interviewed by Sean Hannity on Fox News, saying through her attorney that she is not interested in exposing herself to “the inevitable on-camera bullying and persecution” that would...
Alabama Media Group (AMG) — which operates three newspapers and the AL.com website — came out swinging against a lawsuit threat from ousted Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore by rejecting a cease and desist order and all but daring the U.S. Senate candidate and accused child sex predator...
Donald Trump has largely remained neutral and silent regarding the allegations of sexual misconduct levied against Alabama Senate candidate (and former chief justice) Roy Moore since an explosive Washington Post report was released over a week ago. Show More Summary
? A few dozen women gathered on the steps of the state Capitol on Friday to argue that those accusing former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore of sexual misconduct are liars, people who identify as transgender are awful, guns are good and abortion is bad.
On Friday night, Sean Hannity opened his prime time Fox News program by playing an audio recording of his interview, conducted on his radio show the day before, with former Alabama chief justice Roy S. Moore, now running for a Senate seat from that state. Hannity then turned to a panel of three pundits, asking [...]Show More Summary
Religious right leaders who haven't come out against Roy Moore—such as Tony Perkins and Sandy Rios—are more about the politics than Christian love. He is a judge who was suspended from his position as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for failing to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Show More Summary
Roy Moore is a man of God. In 2016, for example Moore was suspended from his position as Alabama chief justice after bravely ordering judges to ignore the supreme court’s ruling on same-sex marriages and, instead, continue to deny gay people their rights. Show More Summary
With all eyes on the Alabama special election to fill the US Senate seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, MSNBC anchor Katy Tur blasted the “atrocious and appalling” efforts to elect ousted Chief Justice Roy Moore despite credible allegations of sexual assault by the GOP...
(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) Roy Moore speaks at a revival on November 14, 2017, in Jackson, Alabama. H e is a judge who was suspended from his position as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for failing to uphold the Constitution of the United States. Show More Summary
Roy Moore served as chief justice of Alabama’s supreme court between 2013 and 2016, and also between 2001 and 2003. Roy Moore challenged the scope of an Alabama law that protects rape victims while serving as the most senior judge on the state’s highest court, according to a review of records. Show More Summary
Adding to the pile of disturbing accusations made against Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore is the apparent open secret in his hometown that the one-time chief justice of the Alabama state Supreme Court used to cruise the local mall in Gadsden, Alabama looking to flirt with and sometimes pickup high school girls. Show More Summary
I’m late getting to this, but here’s the latest on Roy Moore: A fifth woman has come forward to accuse former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore of inappropriate sexual conduct. Beverly Young Nelson, 55, said Moore, now a candidate for the U.S. Senate, assaulted her when she was a 16-year-old high school student working as […]