The Governor of Goat Hill

Eddie Curran, who covered the Siegelman Administration for the Press-Register,  and criminal trials now has a web site, the Governor of Goat Hill.   He is promoting his book of the same name and provides excerpts.  He also presents information and opinion some will find interesting, some infuriating, and some ho-hum.

Site still has some finish and touch up work left to do but is readable and provides a counter weight (there are always multiple sides to any issue) to Siegelman’s  Free Don Siegelman web site.    Might be interesting on a wet, rainy afternoon to read both sites in parallel.

Governor of Goat Hill book cover

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