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


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Joey Clark: Finding our footing

We moderns have many levers, many ingenious devices and systems able to master space and time, body and mind.

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Phil Williams: Voters are heroes

There is much at stake, but there are heroes still among us — ordinary folks who vote, and indeed every vote counts.

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Randy Tatano: Skynet is here — No Terminators needed

If I was granted one wish, I’d want a time machine to go back before technology sucked all the fun and quality out of life.

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Ashley Carter: Choose life

I have struggled with the thought of actually telling my story, but I strongly believe that there is someone out there that will be better off knowing that they aren’t alone.

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Andrea Tice: State leaders go absent on absentee ballot scheme

The frustration level is understandable as it has been two years since Ty Coffey, Allison Sinclair of Local Alabama and election whistleblowers gathered necessary proof of election violations on November 3, 2020.

Sean of the South: For the love of cornbread

I don’t engage in controversy. But sometimes I have to. And this is one of those have-to moments.

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Matt Clark: Is the proposed new Alabama Constitution dangerous?

If you didn’t know, one of the amendments on Tuesday’s ballot is to adopt a new constitution for the state

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks the hypersexualization of young children on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the left's desire to hypersexualize young children.

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Stantis: Alabama taxes put businesses on the chopping block

Alabama ranks 41st overall nationwide for its business tax climate, dropping two spots since last year and finishing with the lowest score in the Southeast.

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

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss medical tyranny in the form of a medical bureaucracy insisting that doctors ignore potential effective treatments for patients and instead demand "shots in every arm" robots who must obey or lose their medical licenses.

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KCarl Smith: A reason for hope, but we must do our part

If we can overcome election fraud and the silencing of our communications, Americans of every race and origin can begin making our country serve its intended purpose again, of securing our God-given freedom and equal rights.

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Justin Bogie: Grocery and other permanent tax cuts 'on the table' in 2023, but lawmakers should think bolder

The talk of the legislature pursuing meaningful tax cuts during the 2023 regular session continues to pick up momentum.

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Amie Beth Shaver: Do we believe in free speech?

Are we willing to use our freedom of speech, to tell the truth, even if that truth is costly?

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Bryan Dawson: Homegrown Alabama courage — Gregg Phillips rising to the moment of truth

Courage is the great need of the hour, and thankfully we have folks in Alabama leading the way.

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks protecting the innocence of children on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss protecting the innocence of children and the left's call for amnesty for their COVID overreach.

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Joey Clark: Love your enemies

It’s easy to love one’s friends, sure, but to love one’s enemies? Such is a radical break from history’s violent cycle of eye for an eye. 

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Stephanie Holden Smith: Alabama’s children and their futures are counting on us

We are asking our children to carry loads that are entirely too heavy for them.

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Phil Williams: We must never, ever forget

If we don’t take the steps necessary to ensure that our nation's greatness and the sacrifices of our founders are accurately remembered, then we will one day be like the burning forgotten cemetery lost in the middle of the woods, and “nobody knew it was there."

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Ashley Carter: Kindness still exists

In a world full of confusion and uncertainty, taking the time to show a little extra kindness and compassion is never a bad idea. 

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Randy Tatano: The TV live shot from hell

Back in the day, people thought I had a glamour job as a television reporter, and on occasion, it felt that way.

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Dr. Daniel Sutter: Alabama’s workforce participation issue

America’s labor force participation rate has fallen for two decades, with large drops during the Great Recession and COVID-19 pandemic. Alabama’s rate trails the national average, potentially hamstringing our economy.

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Ali Elizabeth Turner: The lunch counter

I was only 7 years old when the “lunch counter sit-ins” began to happen all over the South, and I remember it well.

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Sean of the South: The L word

Earlier this morning, I was on a radio show. The host drilled me with loaded questions. It was a disaster. I was supposed to be plugging my new book, instead the host was asking slanted questions about hot-button, divisive topics.

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Stantis: Professional educators with garbage ideas

Parents need to take control of what is being taught in schools and not let the "professionals" fill their kids' minds with a bunch of garbage.

Matt Clark: The importance of Eagle Forum’s case

Let me explain why and what would be at stake if the Justice Department had been allowed to get away with beating up Eagle Forum.

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks the conflicts of interest of CDC officials on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the fact that the CDC has no power to mandate but to merely recommend, the conflicts of interest of CDC officials making recommendations and the attorneys general letter to the CDC asking them to not treat children as guinea pigs.

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Stantis: Failure is an option?

Alabama's fourth and eighth-grade mathematics scores have lacked improvement since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, a report shows.

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