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Joey Clark: Grown men don’t cry on Christmas

Usually when people say “goodbye,” they don’t actually mean it. Most of the world’s farewells are like that — a matter of courtesy born of habit — goodbyes that at best carry the hope of “until we meet again, my friend.” 

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1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver talks the federal so-called Respect for Marriage Act on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss the so-called Respect for Marriage Act which runs counter to the traditional family unit, the most anti-poverty, anti-crime and pro-health lifestyle as shown for millennia.

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Phil Williams: Twitter tips the scales

Twitter tipped the info scales and just like a pair of cheating fishermen the crowd has now seen them for what they are.

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Randy Tatano: Christmas Tree Wars — Real vs. artificial

After 20 straight days of vacuuming and watching the cat climb the Christmas tree, my mother had reached the end of her rope and said goodbye to real Christmas trees forever.

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Ashley Carter: Protect them

As new parents, you spend so much time researching and trying to learn all the things that are helpful or beneficial to your children. There are long days and sleepless nights.

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Randy Tatano: Dreaming of a White Christmas? Be afraid. Be very afraid.

By Randy Tatano This time of year, the chance of snow on Christmas Day in Alabama is pretty much a long shot. Sure, we’ve had an occasional...

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Amie Beth Shaver: Respect for marriage?

On Tuesday, December 13, our President signed the Respect for Marriage act, and it affects every one of us.

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Matt Clark: Free speech and the Twitter Files

Over the last two weeks, journalists have been releasing various segments of “The Twitter Files” with Elon Musk’s approval. The content is shocking but not surprising. It confirms what conservatives have known for years: Big tech actively censors us because of its leftist leanings. 

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks the UAH student who sued the university regarding free speech on FM Talk 1065

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss UAH student Joshua Greer's suit against the school for violating the Alabama Campus Free Speech Act.

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Listen: 1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson breaks down Mac McCutcheon-QBR saga on News Talk 93.1

Listen to 1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss the QBR scandal, in which outgoing Alabama Speaker of the House Mac McCutcheon and his son had a financial interest.

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1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks drag queen and public school teacher James Miller on FM Talk 106.5

Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss drag queen and public school teacher James Miller and the contempt he exhibited toward parents in a podcast.

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KCarl Smith: The so-called 'Respect for Marriage Act'

No one, including the President of the United States, has the authority to change God's divine definition of marriage, of one man and one woman, to something completely different.

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1819 News Reporter Craig Monger talks woke educators on Rightside Radio

Listen to 1819 News Reporter Craig Monger on Rightside Radio with Phil Williams as they discuss a drag queen educator, "covertly and strategically" placing materials in his classroom to influence his students, and using insulting language about their parents.

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1819 News Sports Editor Steve Irvine remembers the late Mississippi State coach Mike Leach on WJOX 3 Man Front

Listen to 1819 News Sports Editor Steve Irvine on WJOX-3 Man Front as they discuss the late Mike Leach, the Auburn quarterback situation and UAB football.

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Sean of the South: The Opry

The first concert I ever saw was the Oak Ridge Boys. I was 2 years old. Mama took me. I pooped my diaper while they were singing “Elvira.” My mother changed me at the foot of the stage as I was singing at the top of my voice. One of the Oak Ridge Boys gagged, mid-song.

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Justin Bogie: The truth behind Alabama’s 'most conservative Legislature' ranking

It is our duty as citizens to do our own due diligence and separate fact from fiction. The consequences are too great to bury our heads in the sand and accept the status quo. 

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1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith talks the Alabama Campus Free Speech Act on News Talk 93.1 News & Views

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Stephanie Holden Smith on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss the Alabama Campus Free Speech Act and the fact that most institutions of higher learning in the state are in violation of this 2019 law.

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Stephanie Holden Smith: The right to be wrong

In 2019, the Alabama Campus Free Speech bill was proposed and passed by the Alabama Legislature. Then-State Representative Matt Fridy’s bill was developed by Eagle Forum of Alabama, endorsed by state and national organizations, and was widely praised by many defenders of the First Amendment.

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Joey Clark: Laugh like father, chuckle like son

Fresh off another birthday, I can’t help but admit I’m becoming more like my father as he becomes more like his father — and that we are powerless to stop it. 

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

Listen to 1819 News Contributor Amie Beth Shaver on News & Views with Joey Clark as they discuss Abigail Shrier's book on gender dysphoria titled "Irreversible Damage."

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Phil Williams: Putting Alabama's top-heavy government back on an even keel

Ronald Reagan once said that “a government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have.”

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Randy Tatano: Medical professionals need new terms

Please, medical professionals, ditch that discomfort word, let us know when things will actually hurt or taste awful, and just be honest about what we’re going to experience. 

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Ashley Carter: Christmas traditions

With the Christmas season upon us, many are trying to find the perfect gift for everyone on their lists. I myself have been in the very same situation. I stopped recently and thought about all the things I got as a child and honestly can’t remember many of the gifts.

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Amie Beth Shaver: An American Girl?

A toy once passed down between aunties and their nieces or mothers and their children has been swamped by trans activists and infected with gender Marxism. 

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Matt Clark: The process as the punishment

Over the last couple of weeks, I have written about the effect the Respect for Marriage Act might have. If the courts were to apply the bill as written, as I explained two weeks ago, then I think people who have religious objections to same-sex marriages should be OK. I stand by that assertion.

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KCarl Smith: Here we go again … election fraud continues

In 2022, we should not accept anything less than free and fair elections.

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Justin Bogie: With billions of federal education dollars unspent, why does the Alabama Department of Education continue to ask for more?

If there was truly an “emergency” and the funds were needed immediately to allow schools to continue to operate, why does so much of it remain unspent over two years later?

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