Democrats across the country suffered a nervous breakdown when Elon Musk disclosed that he would be voting for Republicans in the next election ─ having voted for only Democrats in the past. Democrats are angry with Musk because he is applying the Scientific Method to how he will cast his vote ─ using critical thinking skills.
Today, I want to share a story about two American heroes who laid down their lives to save their friends. But what they didn’t know is that their sacrifice could have saved tens of millions of others.
The state of California, like many other state governments which have been bolstered by high spending and federal handouts, is experiencing a budget surplus. For the Golden State, this year’s surplus is a staggering $97 billion.
Listen to 1819 News Editor-in-Chief Ray Melick on The Jeff Poor Show as they discuss the primary races being decided as they spoke.
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There is no such thing as a "culture war." That’s not to say that we’re not in a surface war with each other in our society, only that the specific term “culture war” is used by opportunists on both sides of the aisle to silence advocates for change.
When the most successful football coach in college history accused Texas A&M and Jackson State of (legally) buying players, he did so with a purpose.
Nashville has become “a destination for technology, culture, and business investment.” Could Birmingham have prospered similarly?
But even on a small scale, Huntsville’s cultural growth promises that we’ll one day rival Nashville, Atlanta, Austin, and other famous southern cities. But what makes a city great and famous? And how can we plan for a greater future right here in Huntsville?
Listen to 1819 News Editor-in-Chief Ray Melick on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan as they discuss the Republican Senate Primary race and Alabama football coach Nick Saban's bombshell comments on athlete recruiting.
Many Americans were shot and killed over the last weekend, and some of the shootings apparently involved racial hatred.
Next week, Alabama voters will cast their votes for the 2022 Primary Election.
Nearly two centuries ago, Hans Christian Andersen wrote a proverbial tale that is worth revisiting frequently.
Alabama's election is next week.
Education must focus on children's needs, and parents must have the discretion to place their children in the educational environment that best prepares their children for life and work
Am I the only one in Alabama who can’t wait for this election cycle to end?
Alabama physicians will have to brush up on their “webside manner” now that a new law is on the books to improve the delivery of telehealth to patients across the state.
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With Elon Musk’s recent takeover of Twitter, and the violent pro-abortion protests following the leaked draft of SCOTUS’s opinion on Roe, discussions of free speech have flared hotly yet again.