Can you imagine what Muscle Shoals would look like now if the government chose not to step in the way of free enterprise and daring ideas, but instead decided to encourage them?
When did it become our government's job to assure health equity – an illogical and unattainable term?
Getting history right matters. Borders, land, and boundaries matter. It matters there. And it matters here.
Recently, adults gave the green light to blue material. It's happened repeatedly in Alabama, but Prattville is the only place elected officials have shaken hands with what's wicked.
Will Trump follow in Abraham Lincoln or Winston Churchill’s footsteps? Those two men failed significantly before sustained success, but both learned that failure is a peerless teacher.
YOU, privileged turd, are evil. But they, whoever they are, are good.
As we head south toward death and destruction of our own making, Anna Essinger's example is a remarkable reminder. What if we were people who did what was irrational, and seemingly impossible, but what was right?
The most important thing is to equip our students and teach them how to think, so that when they’re in a Women’s Studies class, they’re not blindsided or too afraid to speak up.
Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the Alabama Department of Public Health's determination to include controversial COVID shots in childhood immunizations.
Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss the Alabama GOP's resolution to abolish diversity, equity and inclusion from public institutions.
Why do they insist that children get vaxxed and boosted, and their pregnant moms, too, when a flood of information suggests it's dangerous and ill-advised?
Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the upcoming legislative session and the hope that legislators will courageously fight for Alabamians and not lobbyists.
From Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed’s hot mic moment, to Mac McCutcheon and his suspicious business relations, to the issues with Prattville schools, it feels like the people we elect to serve our communities are only in office to serve themselves.
Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss Margaret Court, who won 66 tennis Grand Slams and won 3 Grand Slams in one year, yet the left is trying to "cancel" her because of her Christian beliefs.