We are such an all or nothing society. Hustle culture tells us that if we aren’t all in all at once, we are doomed to be failures.
Listen to 1819 News Fiscal and Budget Reporter Justin Bogie on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the national debt limit and the consequences of defaulting on public debts.
Cracker Barrel is quiet this time of night. My wife is with me. We’ve been traveling all day. On the way into the restaurant, I see a few kids sitting on rockers outside. They’re playing checkers.
Instead of injecting politics into the military, our military leaders should focus on returning our military to its mission of defending our nation, not promoting abortions or divisive “woke” concepts which weaken our military.
Nobody wants to default on the U.S. debt. The repercussions would be devastating for all Americans. However, out of control government growth and borrowing against future generations must stop.
If the lackluster decision-making prowess and hampered cognitive ability of legislators can be shown as a side-effect of mold exposure in the current Alabama State House, not only would it be a major breakthrough for medical science, it would prove crucial to explaining Alabama’s sorry political situation.
ESG is a massive effort to clamp the whole woke agenda on American businesses, and then use those businesses to force this agenda on you by ending supply of reliable goods and services, and denying you credit, insurance, and other necessities unless you conform.
The left chooses for the world to see this new U.S. brand, believing that our actions may not be consistent, much less good.
If politicians want to be effective and truly serve their constituents, they need to do what they say they are going to do, rather than just use the office to expand their careers or gain power and influence.
There are plenty of people out there who do a lot more than I do for animals, running animal rescue organizations or fostering sick pets. I just thought I’d share the wonderful feeling you get when you save an animal.
As a physician, I have seen firsthand the problems marijuana use has caused my patients. But I am also a father who grieves for a son who died of an overdose.
Those who do not have dogs do not get it. They will not get it. For there is a bond between human and canine which is so thick not even the strongest man could tear it asunder.
We can't count on our leaders. So it's a good thing we can count on the husbands and fathers and good men beyond the halls of the legislature.
Listen to 1819 CEO Bryan Dawson on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the disconnect between the Alabama GOP party platform, which supports smaller government, and actions by the Alabama legislature, which steadily grows government.
Here are some of the big U.S. Supreme Court decisions we should be watching for.
The topline for the 2023 ETF supplemental appropriations act is unchanged from the governor’s recommendation. However, a closer examination of the bill’s line-items shows a major shift in funding priorities.
Listen to 1819 News Fiscal and Budget Reporter Justin Bogie on "Midday Mobile" with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the latest grocery tax repeal proposal which prohibits local governments from raising those taxes.
Our flight wasn’t the only thing that’s been diverted recently. There’s conflict abroad; our borders are a mess.
Listen to 1819 News Fiscal and Budget Reporter Justin Bogie on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss proposed school choice legislation that is being bounced around the legislature but not acted upon.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-at-Large Erica Thomas on "Midday Mobile" with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the Mobile city annexation plans which citizens could vote upon and how to fight the opioid crisis with Narcan and fentanyl test strips.
So, Sen. Tuberville, hold the line. It's the fourth quarter. The clock is ticking, and the other team has their hands on their knees.
There are thousands of jobs on the line, and we need to make sure that companies looking to establish manufacturing bases choose Alabama to set up shop.
More than halfway through the 2023 regular legislative session, strong momentum is building to partially repeal the state’s 4% sales tax on groceries.
The bride looked so beautiful under that clear umbrella, huddled with her husband soon to be — their heads gently touching brow to brow for all the world to see.
Punking the public is bad form. Punking a colleague is unprofessional. Punking the PRICE Act is bad for Alabama’s children.
We don’t have time for cowering, this is a time for warriors to take back our country!
Our country of freedom is NOT a mere experiment. Our founders fought for freedom, establishing the United States to secure that freedom because they wanted to live free and share that freedom with their children and grandchildren.