Tuberville's resolute stance, even in the face of widespread criticism, highlights the importance of having leaders who are willing to protect life and uphold the law.
We need strong leaders in our communities that will advance the values and traditions for which we are fighting. What better way than to start cultivating those strong leaders both in and around our homes?
Parents across Alabama are demanding that libraries change their policies to ensure books with sexualized content are unavailable to young children. This should not be difficult, but everyone from town mayors to library directors to city councils are pointing the finger and passing the buck.
Gambling in Alabama is already unconstitutional and laws against it should be enforced.
If we’re witnessing our schools push a strongly worded memo calling for corrective actions without a deadline, why should we believe anyone is taking this issue seriously? We shouldn’t.
Circumstances in our lives are constantly shifting. One day we’re well, the next day we’re sick. One month we have plenty, the next month half the appliances break and we find our budgets in the red.
There is no greater time than now to restore patriotism among Alabama’s youth and hopefully change our state and nation for the better for years to come.
Four things to learn from Luther, Tyndale and Bradford as we celebrate Thanksgiving.
A grown man should be utterly embarrassed to suggest he or anyone else should make a big fuss over his birthday, but any man worthy of his fated age should always rejoice in the birth of new life and new family.
Our wearied nation has endured some dark times the past few years and the darkness does not seem to be dissipating, so it may seem difficult to give thanks.
When did it become our government's job to assure health equity – an illogical and unattainable term?
Listen to 1819 News Editor-at-Large Erica Thomas on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss a few of Erica's recent stories including Alabama Power's coal ash problem and a former Dekalb County soccer coach and teacher who was sentenced in sex with student case.
To say America is spending like a drunken sailor is to insult inebriated seafarers everywhere.
Whereas, France may be a kind of living museum when it comes to art and other elements of culture, nothing can compare to the Brits when it comes to the written word.
The simple words of the Mayflower Compact convey the basic principles of law and government that influenced future generations to draft colonial charters and, later, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.
It must be a Southern thing because I have never heard it used north of the Mason-Dixon line. And even here in the Southland, I don’t hear it much anymore.
Amazingly, arguments are being bandied about by pro-Palestinian supporters that Israel is to blame for the attacks on its people, that Israel is an “apartheid state,” that Israel is an occupier of Palestine, and most egregious, that Israel is conducting genocide.
In my view, the American veteran is a mirror of the foundational principles of America – liberty, equality, and bravery – and these principles have enduring resonance the world over.