Rise to the moment of truth Tuesday, December 6, 2022


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1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks executions on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss executions and how it's likely that prisoners slated for lethal injection execution dehydrate to make it difficult to find a vein, while their lawyers try to run out the clock on their 24-hour death warrant with court filings.

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Joey Clark: Richard Shelby’s big spending legacy is a dying breed

To bring home the bacon, someone has to slaughter a few pigs. And Richard Shelby isn’t yet done being a good butcher for the people of Alabama.

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Stephanie Holden Smith: My grown up Christmas list

Please find my Grownup Christmas List for Alabama politics and politicians.

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1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver talks bullies on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss bullies and how they can also take the form of elected officials who ignore the people who hired them.

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Justice Will Sellers: A birthday no one celebrates

One hundred years ago this month, delegates from various parts of the old Russian Empire met in Moscow to create the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. The world would never be the same. 

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Phil Williams: Always remember to never forget

We preserve who we are as a people by putting all of our past sacrifices, victories, and achievements into perspective.

Randy Tatano: Please, don’t open a restaurant

The next time someone compliments your cooking and you hear, “You should open a restaurant…” Be afraid. Be very afraid.

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Ashley Carter: Thank you, Dad

You never know who is watching and where it will lead you.

Amie Beth Shaver: When the bullies are in charge

Do you like ice cream?

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Matt Clark: Keep your eye on 303 Creative v. Elenis

A victory in 303 Creative would be the final nail in the coffin for the commissions in those cities who wish to stamp out dissent.

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks methodical integrity on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss methodical integrity and its impact on those around us.

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Justin Bogie: When it comes to tax relief, Alabama should strive to be more like Mississippi

It is a simple choice for lawmakers. They can stop the record growth of government that the state experienced over the past four years and cut taxes, or they can continue to expand the bureaucracy until the money finally runs out.

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KCarl Smith: A surefire approach to defeat Marxism

Marxist liberals have devised a well-orchestrated plan to further their degenerate thinking by any means necessary, through voter fraud and the internet.

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Caleb Taylor talks the odd Alabama state parks requirement for written permission for firearms on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Investigative Reporter Caleb Taylor on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the odd requirement that visitors to Alabama state parks must get the park's written permission before they can carry their concealed weapons on park property.

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Sean of the South: Dear Sean

"The whole WORLD can’t be wrong about Santa, can they?"

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks about making a difference in our local communities on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss how doing small things every day with integrity can make a huge difference in our local communities.

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Stephanie Holden Smith: 'It’s a Wonderful Life'

When good men do nothing, evil prevails.

Joey Clark: How did we get so rich?

Everyday people being set free to build the future for themselves made us rich. And can make us richer still.

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Phil Williams: It's all in the details

Some folks say, “the devil’s in the details." Not me. I believe that God is in the details. Details are what make the big picture come together. Details are what make bad get better and good become great. That sounds like a Godlier approach in my view. 

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Randy Tatano: The return of free speech?

So when Elon Musk bought Twitter, I decided to rejoin the platform. While I had no idea what he would do to the company, there was a clear indicator that things would change for the better.

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Dr. Daniel Sutter: Legislators for freedom?

Alabama has elected a new legislature. Few of our state representatives campaigned on a socialist platform. Yet a recent report from the Club for Growth suggests that our legislators do not support limited government and free markets either.

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Ashley Carter: The greatest of these is love

I am sure that most of you have read the scriptures that eloquently explain to us what love should actually be. However, I myself have struggled with loving exactly the way we are commanded. 

Amie Beth Shaver: The bear, the Eagle and the snake

So often, we face real and present danger and feel stuck - waylaid by what should not happen.

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Matt Clark: The original understanding of our first freedom

On Thanksgiving, we remember that this nation was founded by people seeking to freely exercise their religion—a liberty that has come under much fire in recent times. This would be a good time to remember what the Free Exercise Clause originally meant.

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Educational insanity: What the 2022 NAEP scores actually tell Alabamians

What if I told you Alabama’s eighth-grade reading and math scores are either worse or the same than they were more than two decades ago? 

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KCarl Smith: The last line of defense

There are many things we should be thankful for. For me, near the top of the list, I am thankful that my children and grandchildren can live in freedom, if we can keep it, and not go under Communism/Marxism.

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Justin Bogie: Is this what fiscal conservatism looks like?

The basic argument made by Rep. Pringle is that Alabama and the national economy will soon be in a steep decline. Because of this, the inference is that it would be fiscally irresponsible to provide permanent tax cuts to Alabamians.

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