We need to get on our knees and turn to God in prayer and beg Him to do a work in us – His people – and then do a work in our country. We need to do what’s right in big things and in small so that when God looks down on us, He sees a remnant of people who are faithful to Him alone, because our actions – the actions of God’s people – are what will heal our land.
If it is true that we all make our own rules of conduct on the internet, make your rules now. Determine that you and your family will act with respect and kindness toward others online.
This fight is not disappearing any time soon, and my heart breaks to know that some children will not escape unscathed because evil is lurking at our doorsteps, in our schools, in our libraries and on our screens.
We cannot sit quietly anymore and hope that someone else stands up for our rights and our children.
We have yet to see the details of how this ESA bill that Ivey is so confident about will play out, but it is definitely a glimmer of hope on Alabama’s education horizon and a long-awaited step forward for our children’s future.
Library board members are charging ahead, making the giant leap to equate protecting the innocence of children with “censorship” and “book banning.”
I find it comical at this point watching even conservatives being outraged about the smallest things, and I’m convinced some people just wait around for the next thing to make them outraged.
How in the world do we keep our children safe from the lies of the world when it seems inevitable they will hear them? We can’t. Instead, we teach them the truth.
Perhaps “feeling older” means Griner is growing up to recognize that while our nation is far from perfect, it is still the best place on earth to live, and the lies she had been sold by the left were nothing more than seeds of hatred sown by slander.
The governor’s words are not matching her actions, and when it comes to our youngest and most vulnerable children, she needs to be held accountable.
Repeating history does not have to be our doom. We can repeat it by taking our cues from brave men and women who stood for freedom. We can repeat it by taking a stand against tyranny and fighting against the abuse of power.
When a white man shoots up a church, leftists use that incident to prove white men are inherently evil and prone to violence. Those on the right correctly argue that we cannot make that claim based on one evil man. It’s just not good reasoning or logic.
Listen to 1819 News Contributor Lauren DeMoss Benson on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the secret curriculum chosen by Ivey appointee Kevin Balius who once co-wrote an article advocating the forced instruction of LGBT subject matter on children as young as kindergartners.
This is not just a fight in blue states far away. The call is now coming from inside the house as we enter the fight of our lives for our children, here in our own state of Alabama.
“Owning the libs” and winning arguments online is a poor substitute for a life well lived, and winning on social media cannot replace winning in real life.
Yes, we need brave truth tellers in public office. Yes, we need them in the media. But more than that, we need them in the daily lives of American citizens everywhere.