The latest COVID bombshell is the revelatory acknowledgement by Canada's FDA that the Pfizer shots are contaminated with ominous DNA strands that can quickly integrate into the human genome.
If it comes to picking an honorable, morally conscientious college over a hateful, prestigious university – it’s time to choose honor. What kind of people do we want our children to become in this world?
The Founders intended the House of Representatives to be the “People’s House.” But today, as the People number 330,000,000, the 435-seat House’s foundation is more strained than ever — its blueprint forgotten.
Israel is ground zero for this spiritual struggle, but really this is just the world rejecting God. This is the time for choosing.
A perennial problem with politics is that people in politics actually take themselves seriously. Politicians may act cynically, yet they are not quite cynical enough when it comes to their own political ambitions.
As the price tag for Alabama’s new prisons rapidly approaches $1 billion each, these costly prisons should make us consider how we make decisions about using corrections facilities.
When are we going to realize that it is not the duty of the church to raise our children?
Getting history right matters. Borders, land, and boundaries matter. It matters there. And it matters here.
Listen to 1819 News Operations Director Parker Snider on iHeart Radio with JT as they discuss State Treasurer Young Boozer's block of the much-needed $30 million loan to Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham – a loan that they might need to stay open – as well as U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan's (R-Ohio) likelihood of becoming the next Speaker of the House.
Allen v. Milligan will have a precedential effect on other redistricting battles going on around the country and these cases, taken together, could significantly impact the political landscape after the 2024 elections.
Increasingly, our nation’s antiquated, inefficient federal permitting process is standing in the way of the progress these kinds of projects could help us achieve. That is why it is crucial for Congress to pass permitting reform this year.
Why would we read literature if we could obtain the same amount of information from a six-paragraph blog post, as Bankman-Fried suggests? Because the point of reading literature is not to obtain information but to discover a different kind of knowledge: wisdom.
America has always been known as a melting pot. But sometimes if you turn the heat up on a pot too much, everything dissolves. Including the traditions and the ability to laugh at ourselves.
Whether it’s books that obviously have a social agenda in a library, the curriculum in their school, or even which school they attend, all parents have the right and responsibility to choose what is best for their children.
In the midst of the battering, which is often relentless and ongoing, we continue to stand. The flag solidifies our sovereignty, which is why trying to promote other flags alongside or above it is pompous and foolhardy.
Listen to 1819 News Operations Director Parker Snider on "News & Views" with Joey Clark as they discuss the apparent call for Senator Tuberville's demise by a former CIA director, a new neutrality flag policy for the City of Montgomery and more.
As we navigate the intricate web of educational transformation, let us draw inspiration from these modern-day heroes. Let us be reminded that we possess the potential to make a profound impact on the lives of children and the future of education in Alabama.