Commerce Should be Investigated for Using Foreign Money to Buy Elections

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the “poster child” for corporate corruption of our electoral system, according to This year alone the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has pledged to spend an unprecedented $75 million on ads attacking candidates who don’t bow to corporate interests. An explosive new report by the Center for American Progress…

Captain’s Galley on the Bon Secour River Closed Due to BP Oil Spill

Glynn Wilson Like a number of businesses along the Gulf Coast, long-time favorite haunt Captain’s Galley on the Bon Secour River, famous for its Bon Secour oysters, scrumptious burgers and pizza, is closed down due to the crippled economy and the health threat from the BP oil and chemical disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.