Friday, March 19, 2010


COMCAST has confirmed that FACEBOOK has been flooded with hackers spreading viruses through spam...which is taking PASSWORDS...and can infect your computer system with lightning speed.  It also said that FACEBOOK has an estimated 400 MILLION users.  I am one of them.  I LOVE Facebook.  So to all of my friends and family on Facebook, PLEASE BE CAREFUL.  Don't accept anything that you are not sure of...or sure of whom it came from.  I never click on Videos, which is one thing we are warned about. 

Emails are being sent out from these hackers, stating that YOUR PASSWORD HAS BEEN not click onto any links that try to get you to reset your password from these emails!!!!  I already know of 4 people have been infected at Facebook through their emails...Be computer savy!  Make sure that you have a very good ANTI-VIRUS program.  The emails that are being sent out say, "Facebook password reset confirmation customer support"

Alabama's Judicial System Laying Off Employees

We all know that laying off employees of a Judicial system, is going to PREVENT a timely manner of "Justice Being Served".  In Alabama, that is quite true.  "Sue Bell Cobb, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama, announced the layoffs on Monday. Cobb said the staff reductions, which would affect more than 100 temporary employees in courthouses across the state, were a result of an "imminent declaration of proration and the drastic reduction in the Legislature's appropriation for the court system in FY2010."    Well, Autauga County is feeling the "pinch" and Circuit Clerk, Whit Moncrief stated that his office was already UNDER-staffed, and that his office would be one of the most "adversely affected" offices in the state.  Cobb said that courts across the state would be devastated if proration is declared, and  if Governor Bob Riley would not give access to the "Rainy Day Fund" for the Judicial system.

Autauga County Circuit Clerk Whit Moncrief has 8 full time employees, and 1 part time.  He also said that according to a "manpower study" the state conducted,  his office should have 12 full time employees..We will DEFINITELY feel the crunch, if we lose the 1 part time employee!  We are already below our quota of employees to keep up with the ever demanding back log of court cases.  A few years back the same thing happened, and it took several months before a case would come to trial.  THAT DELAYS JUSTICE. 

We all know that Prattville has a rapid growth of citizens, and we deserve to have a well staffed and well prepared court system. 

Don Fletcher wrote an excellent article on this subject!

I have a great suggestion!  Sue Bell, how about taking a "pay cut"...That would certainly help the judicial system, that  you campaigned so hard to participate in.  Remember..."This Little Light of Mine, I'm going to Let it Shine!"....

Monday, March 15, 2010

Autauga County Improvement Association Meeting March 22

 Reverend Johnny Davis, has informed me that the Autauga County Improvement Association is meeting at Bank Trust in Prattville (downtown branch), 6:30 March 22, 2010.  This is a non-profit organization, and is NON-POLITICAL.  The goal of the group is to help improve and better the communities in Autauga County. (Help the poor and needy, help make the streets safer for our kids, etc).  If you have an issue you would like to bring to the group, for discussion, please feel free to do so at this meeting.  If you have any questions, feel free to call Mr. Davis at 334-315-0714.

Reverend Johnny Davis vs. Board of Education...Autauga County

I was saddened to read this article yesterday, and see the plight that our dear friend Johnny is in.  He has been a great friend and I hate to see him going through this turmoil.  Johnny, you are not alone...always remember this!!  I'm praying for you.  If politics is playing a part in this, then the truth will come out about it.  This is going to be a big year in politics, and the nay sayers are out in all of  their brilliance!   Billy Brown is going through a tough time as well.  The best to BOTH of you...