Alabama’s State Auditor Jim Zeigler was the Guest of Honor on Thursday afternoon in Centre, he spoke to what he respectively referred to as a “captive audience” for a luncheon at Gridiron in Centre sponsored by the Cherokee County Republican Party.
Zeigler touched on several problems within the State Government in Montgomery including the recent appearance of United Nations Investigators who are pursuing a case against the States of Alabama and Texas.
Ziegler said that this is simply the next step in an agenda to assert international law through the UN and other related organizations on the United States and the State of Alabama and firmly stated that he was against it.
Ziegler also touched briefly on the partial closure of drivers license offices in 31 counties through the state, he said that there have been several complaints saying that the closures makes it more difficult for individuals to register to vote which he says is simply not true.
Ziegler said that he has never heard these complaints until these foreign investigators found their way to Montgomery.
You can find that complete UN Report in its entirety on Ziegler’s Facebook page.
Mr. Zeigler also touched on the subject of a new financial software system purchased by the state for $48 million dollars that doesn’t work.
Zeigler feels like very soon there could be several Class Action Lawsuits show up by those who are owed money by the state – another issue is a website called opencheckbook.gov which allows members of the public to see what a particular state department is spending has been shut down for several months and to date has still not been repaired.
To listen to Mr. Zeigler’s speech in its entirety, click the link below