Keep your eyes on Texas. What we are seeing is a constitutional crisis of the highest order play out in the fight to defend our southern border.
As conservatives, we uphold principles of fiscal responsibility, limited government intervention, and individual freedom. It's time to apply these principles to education through the advocacy of school choice.
Despite the horror of it all, they came together, united in the pursuit of solutions. And if they lived like that, on a snowy, unforgiving mountainside in Western Argentina, we can too.
It’s high time we foster the idea that parents, not teachers, know best how to educate their children. School choice, done well, gives parents the freedom to do just that.
The ad my opponent recently released saying I am weak on the southern border and “not conservative” is nothing but hogwash.
Farming is backbreaking and tiring work that far too often goes unrecognized by those beyond the property lines of a farm, but it is also an essential industry that ensures our fellow Americans are well-fed and the economy is strong.
It’s not like The GOAT made the last 17 years of my house-divided marriage easy. My husband and I do pretty well … until the Friday after Thanksgiving.
If/when the Supreme Court declares that Texas may not secure its own border from millions of illegal migrants, Texas may very well be willing to draw a line in the sand and invoke the infamous State powers of nullification and interposition. Perhaps New York City would actually be relieved.
When the Alabama Legislature was feverishly pushing the gas tax hike, did you ever hear a legislator say, “Let the People Vote?” Or how about this one: “I am personally pro-life, but I believe a woman has a right to choose?"
Every four years, I make a quiet promise to myself to remain as detached as possible in my support for anyone for president. In essence, don’t fall in love with politicians!
What we're dealing with in this country is not a game; it's a battle for the future of our God-given freedom and the United States of America.
Do we need any more evidence that we have a failing legacy media complex? Not after last Monday’s caucuses in Iowa.
Who knew that mixing people with fundamentally different views on everything would cause problems?
Although proponents of school choice claim that ESAs could bring an unprecedented cash flow of support to homeschooling families, many are concerned about the fact that they could also bring unprecedented government oversight.
Gender ideology claims that the science is settled and that dysphoric youth shouldn’t try to re-align their gender identity with the body they were born in.
The U.S. Army would rather frame their victory for diversity as a failure in recruitment – one due to a wicked mix of pathologies in the white male population of the United States.
We must send a crystal-clear message that child sexual abuse material, in all its forms, will not be tolerated in Alabama.
In true Nick Saban fashion, he will still be watching over the Alabama players. The game won’t stop just because Saban moved his office down the hall instead of being on the field.