During a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,” Jaden Heard detailed his journey from a BLM-supporting, Donald Trump-hating leftist to a conservative Christian commentator.
On a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,”‘ Wahl spoke about how these boards can be fertile ground for “social engineering” via socialistic policies.
For years, “The Rick & Bubba Show” co-host Rick Burgess has used his voice and ministry to help promote biblical manhood and leadership. On a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,” Burgess told of a dark time in his own life when his leadership and faith in Christ were put to the test.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Alabama is expecting an influx of foster children, which is why Kids to Love is working to make sure the state isn’t just pro-life but pro-lifetime.
In the past two years, 1819 News has distinguished itself as a trusted, nonprofit news source by shining a light on corruption and waste and featuring the people, places and things that make Alabama great.
One of the the first orders of business for Secretary of State Wes Allen when he took office last November was to get the state out of the controversial voter roll tracking system ERIC. He’s since been working to implement a better “Alabama-based” solution, one voters can be confident is free of corruption and outside control.
Lieutenant Gov. Will Ainsworth said he understood the panic people felt when the pandemic hit, but knowing what he knows now, lockdowns and mandatory masking will never again come to Alabama.
When it comes to economic growth and attracting more business to Alabama, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth said government incentives do help, but increasing the labor force should be the primary focus.
It took a presidential pardon by former President Donald Trump to clear General Michael Flynn of an FBI investigation in 2020, and Flynn said the efforts of the federal government to target citizens it disagrees with have only gotten worse.
“It’s really out of brokenness, desperation, all those things that led us to Christ in our marriage, and now it helps us help other people.”
Attorney General Steve Marshall said it is more important than ever to defend Alabama’s sovereignty.
Since his latest indictment in Fulton County, Georgia for alleged election interference, Donald Trump's poll numbers have gone up, and U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) said he’s confident Trump will win in 2024.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced students to be schooled virtually at home, more and more parents are concerned about their children being indoctrinated by left-wing, “woke” ideologies, something that Dr. James Lindsay refers to as the “Marxification of education.”
Mobile police officer John Young gave a viral speech in June 2022 following the murder of 14-year-old Ciara Jackson about the “subculture of gun violence involving young black men.” Now over a year later, he’s still calling for a change in the black community to address the crime and violence in Mobile and other cities in America.
When it comes to Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) Director John Cooper, Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth doesn’t mince words.
Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth, who many expect to make a run for the governor’s mansion next election cycle, said a federal takeover of Alabama’s prison system “would be bad for our state.”
For some struggling teens, college sports can be a second chance to get their act together, while for others, it may be their last chance at a better life.
1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson sat down with Noah Galloway and the two discussed challenges they have been through in life and as parents.
When former Crimson Tide All-SEC defensive end John Croyle was planning to take the next step in his football career into the NFL in 1974, he first went to his coach, the legendary Paul “Bear’ Bryant, for advice.
Many athletes fortunate enough to play under legendary Crimson Tide coach Paul “Bear” Bryant have gone on to do great things, and 1974 second-team All-SEC defensive end John Croyle is no exception.
Many Republicans in the U.S. Congress have called for abolishing the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) over its “radical anti-American ideas,” but U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) said the organization’s rampant inefficiency is another reason it needs to go.
The U.S. House Judiciary Committee has previously been accused of favoring talk over action. But committee member U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) said things will be different now that Republicans are back in the majority and have U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan at the helm.
Wednesday, 1819 News announced that YouTube has permanently banned its flagship podcast, "1819 News: The Podcast."
On Wednesday, state Attorney General Steve Marshall sat down with 1819 News CEO and host of the 1819 News Podcast Bryan Dawson for a wide-ranging interview, during which they discussed how accountability is the key to drug recovery.
During an appearance on this week's "1819 News: The Podcast," NFL Hall of Fame offensive lineman John Hannah, who starred at the University of Alabama, discussed his football career, including playing for legendary football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant.
1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson sat down with two Alabama ministers to figure out the answer to a question many conservative Christians have been asking in 2022: When is it OK to disobey the government?
KwikLetter is an app that allows citizens to deliver printed letters to their public representatives right from their phones.