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John J. Archibald

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al.com

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al.com

1731 1st Ave. N.

Birmingham, Alabama,35203

United States

Company Description

AL.com is the leading Alabama autos website you'll need to find the perfect Used Myers Motors . AL.com provides the latest Auto news, car reviews and everything you need to find the best Used Myers Motors that's right for you. Since AL.com has thousands of Use...more

Background Information

Employment History

Columnist

The Birmingham News


Staff Writer

The Sentinel-Record


Writer

Bowling Writers Association of American


Columnist

Alabama Media Group


Affiliations

United States Bowling Congress

Hall Of Fame Member


Education

Alabama


Banks High School


journalism degree

University of Missouri


Web References(188 Total References)


Alabama to CLOSE DMV Offices in Counties with Predominantly Black Registered Voters

hinterlandgazette.com [cached]

AL.com's John Archibald slammed the DMV satellite office closings move in a scathing column, calling on the Justice Department to launch an investigation into the matter.
Archibald wrote, "Because Alabama just took a giant step backward. Take a look at the 10 Alabama counties with the highest percentage of non-white registered voters. That's Macon, Greene, Sumter, Lowndes, Bullock, Perry, Wilcox, Dallas, Hale, and Montgomery, according to the Alabama Secretary of State's office. Alabama, thanks to its budgetary insanity and inanity, just opted to close driver license bureaus in eight of them." He explained, "Every single county in which blacks make up more than 75 percent of registered voters will see their driver license office closed. Every one.


Debbie Elliott : NPR

www.npr.org [cached]

John Archibald, political writer for AL.com, and NPR's Debbie Elliott talk with host Scott Simon about the series of scandals that have shaken Alabama politics in recent years.


Justice Integrity Report - Alabama Blogger, Not Mainstream Media, Exposed State House Scandal

www.justice-integrity.org [cached]

The concentration of power among a few - the Legislature, the university system, major utilities and a collection of influential businesses - provides a major explanation, said John Archibald, longtime columnist for the Birmingham News and al.com, who has broken many of the revelations in the Bentley scandal.
"Part of it is the century-long influence of what we would call the Big Mules," Archibald said.


weldbham.com

AL.com's John Archibald reported on subpoenas being issued to investigate the alleged corruption of the BWWB "and elsewhere" in a January 24 column.


CleanEnergy Footprints » Archive » Behind closed doors: Ala. PSC decisions are out of public sight and mind

blog.cleanenergy.org [cached]

On the day of the Public Service Commission meeting referenced in this piece, John Archibald of AL.com published an editorial that parallels many of the concerns we point out below.


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