What you may not realize is that Alabama has one of the most regressive tax structures in the nation -- meaning they have the highest effective tax rates on those with the lowest incomes. It's not terribly surprising several places in Alabama are facing bankrupt budgets.
In other words, the problem may just be lack of government, not government itself. I guess it all comes down to priorities.
It's your choice whether to ignore a warning. But Alabama was warned.
1) There is Islamic terrorism, and U.S. militia terrorism, and atheist terrorism, and Christian terrorism, and others. I know of no one worth listening to who seriously disputes any of these.
Now rank them by body count.
Which has what to do with the likelihood that your town will be "hit by muslim terrorists"? 94% of terrorists aren't muslim, and more than 90% of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil have been carried out by non-muslims.
This just lets you go back and re-open the encrypted volume if you screw up and e.g. turn off the computer.
2) If you're really sitting around worried about Islamic terrorists hitting your town, you need to get a hobby.
Thankfully, they seem to be fewer and farther between than ever. Hard to deny the evidence for global warming right in front of you, developing year after year.
Climate Change and Ocean Levels Ironic that North Carolina has a lot to look forward to.