The making of laws is a sacred trust and should not be treated like a morning at the gym.
It is paramount that the 435 representatives in "The People's House" dedicate themselves to addressing the many challenges facing the nation.
An encouraging trend is unfolding here in the great state of Alabama as more and more Alabamians are trading in their urban lifestyles for a more self-sufficient way of life.
I was at my brother Alan Zeigler’s home, then in Mountain Brook. It was early morning, and we were drinking coffee. Alan was intently watching the morning news on TV, a morning ritual.
Brace yourselves for fall. Here come the words and actions of poorly-informed, politically-motivated and superstitious people.
With such strong support for originalism, you would think schools and the bar would be training attorneys to argue their cases from this interpretation, right? Wrong!
Listen to 1819 News Operations Director Parker Snider on "Midday Mobile" with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the LGBTQ protest at Samford and U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) making Schumer blink, forcing a vote on a few important military promotions.
Some globalists still insist that treaties supersede the Constitution, but legal precedent clearly says otherwise.
The solution is simple. We need to finish the wall, send illegal aliens back to the countries they came from, and end the Mexican cartel’s reign of terror at the southern border. It’s time to put America first.
Look outside your window at the topsy-turvy wide world, and I swear you’ll see waterfalls flowing upwards. The question in such an upside-down world is: Will you go with the backwards flow or set out to restore the world to its proper place?
No wonder we have weaker churches, families and military! It has nothing to do with any holds that U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville is doing. No, it is because we are raising feminized young men to fit our woke narrative.
This Constitution Day, let's take a moment to celebrate originalism! Through its respect for the original meaning of our founding document, this approach upholds the rule of law, preserves popular sovereignty, secures individual liberties, and promotes stability in our legal system.
In 2043, as the sun set over the Rocket City, its people looked back on the past two decades with pride. They transformed their community into a place where every child's dreams could take flight.
I am immensely proud of my newly adopted state of Alabama for how it is holding the line on protecting the unborn and keeping the focus on creating a culture of life.
Listen to 1819 News Operations Director Parker Snider on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss the the Unite Auburn event and the Biden impeachment inquiry.
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.
Alabama’s State Motto is “Audemus jura nostra defendere” – “We dare defend our rights.” Or have we amended our motto to read, “We dare defend our rights, unless a federal judge tells us we shouldn’t?"
Those who would trade essential liberty for hollow promises of equity will receive neither liberty nor equity in the end.
Having just endured the past few years of COVID, Biden, Afghanistan, BLM riots and more, I find myself modeling in my mind what I know we need and deserve in the governor’s office.