Wonderful Wednesday

ETHICS COMEDIANS

The Ripp Report is no longer operating as a non profit. It will operate as a cooperation in the future. The change allows The Ripp Report more latitude when it comes to endorsing and supporting…

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WETLANDS

It seems as if the public has gotten the attention of elected officials and environmental groups about the sewer systems of Fairhope, Daphne and Spanish Fort. It is hard to believe in 2017 that we…


PANDEMIC CORRUPTION

WELCOME TO ALABAMA Don’t let anyone tell you Louisiana or Mississippi is more corrupt than Alabama. Alabama is first by a long shot. Corruption is a way of life and often involves “good people” that…


BLOOD IN THE WATER

Here is the first post I saw this morning: “Voter turnout was a disgrace for the State of Alabama yesterday, granted it was a one party run-off which lowered the amount of voters participating. Alabama…


BALDWIN COUNTY FAMILY COURT

Just when you thought there was no hope for the Baldwin County Family Court, Judge Thomason announces she is running for Court of Appeals position vacated by Craig Pittman who is retiring. Of course another…


CORRUPTION IS LEGAL IN AMERICA

How do you clean up corruption? Legislatively, or simply vote them out. However one common denominator is the citizens themselves. When elections results show only 17% of the voters are exercising their right to vote,…


DIVORCE CORP

Divorce corp. has many videos related to divorce, custody, visitation and money. Baldwin County fits perfectly into the picture portrayed by Divorce Corp. For months the Ripp Report has been following issues in Fairhope and…


NOW! YOU KNOW JACK

Fairhope is at a crossroads and if the community allows Council President Jack Burrell to ban people from speaking during the city council meetings, at public participation, then we have chosen the wrong road. Mr…


WONDERFUL WEDNESDAY

The recent US Senate primary statistics indicate 84% of Fairhope eligible voters decided NOT to participate or vote. LOOK IN THE MIRROR Only 17% of the registered voters in the state, voted in the senate…


COVERED IN OIL

Senate candidate, and BP contractor, Trip Pittman could not get the oil off him. He was rejected by his constituents and barely got 7% of the vote. Many in Baldwin County predicted he would receive…