Earlier this week J. Pepper Bryars, a senior fellow at the Alabama Policy Institute, was a guest on Sean Sullivan’s “Midday Mobile” radio program on FM Talk 106.5.

Pepper praised Sessions, noting that his two-year tenure at attorney general was one of the most successful in recent decades.

Listen to the interview here:


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