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Tag: 1819 NEWS: THE PODCAST

Common Ground Alabama News
Common Grounds Montgomery founder details trials and triumphs of inner-city ministry

Ministry can be messy, and perhaps no one knows that better than Bryan Kelly.

Doug Wilson Alabama News
From 'clown world' to Christendom — Pastor Doug Wilson explains what it takes to re-create a Christian civilization through education

Wilson joined 1819 News CEO Bryan Dawson last Wednesday on “1819 News: The Podcast” to discuss the importance of classical Christian education and how Christians should be planning to construct a flourishing, godly civilization for the future.

Steve Marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall: Bad laws in other states pushed by Biden administration can impact Alabama

Marshall recently joined or helped lead multiple lawsuits against the Biden administration for issues such as energy policy and First Amendment rights — issues that could eventually impact Alabama if allowed to infect other areas unimpeded.

jeff poor podcast Alabama News
1819 News editor-in-chief Jeff Poor reviews highs and lows of 2024 legislative session dominated by gambling

Gambling dominated both chambers and ultimately failed by one vote. Still, it cast a long shadow on the proceedings and led to several promising bills dying on the vine. Despite that, the session did have some big wins.

Shaver and Sinclair Alabama News
'Alabama Unfiltered' co-hosts 'Ladies of Liberty' discuss the 'pathetic legacy' of modern feminism — 'This whole thing has been a lie'

The “Ladies of Liberty” Amie Beth Shaver and Allison Sinclair from “Alabam Unfiltered” joined 1819 News Bryan Dawson on a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast” to discuss how feminism is leading women astray.

John Amanchukwu Alabama News
Pastor who rebuked Hoover School Board over explicit books says Christians must engage in political fight — 'We are helping the left push their insanity'

In a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,” Amanchukwu explained why it’s essential to be a “protector” of children and for Christians to speak up about political issues to positively impact the culture.

Jeremiah Castille Alabama News
Former Crimson Tide football star Jeremiah Castille recounts playing for Alabama legend 'Bear' Bryant during final years coaching

On a recent episode of “1819 News: The Podcast,” Castille told of how he overcame his rough upbringing, found Christ during a summer revival as a kid, and was inspired by Bryant to succeed both on and off the field.

Rich lusk Alabama News
Birmingham pastor Rich Lusk on when to switch churches: 'Any sign of wokeness in your church, run away as fast as you can'

Birmingham Pastor Rich Lusk recently joined “1819 News: The Podcast” to explain why some people should make a change and what to look for in a new church.

Agent Ken Valentine Alabama News
'Cheating Death': Former Secret Service agent talks about career protecting three U.S. presidents, how to lead 'abundant' life

Before working in the Alabama banking industry and security solutions, Ken Valentine served in the U.S. Secret Service for 24 years. During that time, he helped protect three different presidents, ready to take a bullet for them at a moment's notice.

Alabama political news Eric conn Alabama News
New Christendom Press CEO Eric Conn: Why are Alabama churches ineffective at stopping cultural chaos?

Alabama has a lot of conservatives and a lot of churches, but it doesn’t seem to be enough to keep degenerate ideologies from getting a foothold in the culture.

Dobson Alabama News
AL-2 hopeful Caroleene Dobson: ‘We’ve got to get President Trump back in the White House’ to undo Biden's damage

From rampant inflation, failing foreign policy and a crisis at the southern border, candidate for the Republican nomination in the second congressional district Caroleene Dobson said America was heading in the wrong direction "in just about every way possible" under its current leadership.

Chris McKenna Alabama News
Founder of Protect Young Eyes Chris McKenna helps draft bill to filter graphic content on smartphones — 'Default protection, that should be automatic'

McKenna has been working with states, including Alabama, to draft legislation that would require phones, tablets and other technologies to come standard with content filters for kids enabled as the default.

Bradley Pierce Alabama News
Alabama denies 'equal protection' for the unborn by allowing thousands of abortions, Texas attorney says

Alabama laws against abortion are considered some of the best in the country when it comes to protecting the life of the unborn. However, Texas attorney and co-founder of Heritage Defense Bradley Pierce, who has authored “equal protection” bills around the country, believes it doesn’t go far enough.

Angela Shepherd Alabama News
Election integrity advocate who took viral ballot machine video pushes for voter reform in Alabama

A video of a vote tabulation machine accepting multiple copies of the same, rough-cut paper ballot during a public test in 2022 went viral and caused a stir at polls across the state. Angela Shepherd, the Auburn native and poll worker who shot the video, said that was when she realized how bad the issue really was.

steve marshall Alabama News
AG Marshall slams 'special interests' getting 'rewarded' by Alabama gambling legislation — 'Absolutely wrong'

In this week's edition of "1819 News: The Podcast," Attorney General Steve Marshall weighed in on the gambling legislation that has passed the House and is expected to be voted on soon in the Senate.

Alabama political news Fermo Alabama News
Retired DHS agent, Baldwin County resident agent Angelo Fermo recounts career fighting cartels, human trafficking

As a retired Homeland Security agent, Baldwin County resident Angelo Fermo has seen a lot during his over 20-year-long career in law enforcement.

Beasley ACA Alabama News
Executive VP Erin Beasley discusses how Alabama Cattlemen’s Association helps keep state beef industry independent

Beginning in 1944, the Alabama Cattlemen's Association has grown to become the largest state cattlemen's association in the nation, now representing over 10,000 members across the state.

Ainsworth podcast Alabama News
Ainsworth downplays gambling hype in Senate: 'We're not focused on it'

As comprehensive gambling gains momentum in the Alabama House of Representatives, the chances of a bill passing the Senate remain uncertain.

satanic display Alabama News
'It was grossly offensive': Michael Cassidy recounts destroying Satanic display at Iowa Capitol on '1819 News: The Podcast'

A Satanic Temple display became the subject of nationwide interest and outrage last December when it was prominently placed inside the Iowa State Capitol building, just in time for the Christmas holiday.

Alabama political news - Tankersly Alabama News
Dr. Stewart Tankersley warns of WHO plan to seize control for next pandemic — 'What they’re planning for us is not for freedom'

Dr. Stewart Tankersley has been on a mission to let people know just how damaging the decisions made in response to COVID have been and to hold those companies and government officials accountable. 

Scott dawson Alabama News
Kanye West, tornadoes and COVID-19: Ensley native Scott Dawson details 'rocky road' that led to massive growth of evangelistic ministry

Scott Dawson was born in Ensley, with just over 7,000 residents today. He now leads the Scott Dawson Evangelistic Association (SDEA), which hosts conferences and events that regularly draw thousands of students nationwide.

Rivas Alabama News
Honduran native, founder of Personal Touch, Inc. achieves American Dream in Alabama — 'God has been good'

With high inflation, rampant illegal immigration and heightened political tensions, the American Dream may seem like a thing of the past for many struggling to get by. But Honduran native JR Rivas is living proof that the U.S. is still the land of opportunity and success can still be achieved in the Yellowhammer State.

Gregg Phillips Alabama News
'2000 Mules' producer Gregg Phillips warns of 'millions' of ineligible voters on rolls for 2024 — 'We already know that we’re walking into a trainwreck'

Since helping produce the hit documentary “2000 Mules” about exposing cracks and corruption in the mail-in ballot system during the 2020 election, True the Vote’s Gregg Phillips has been the target of political prosecution and lawfare, which landed him in jail for refusing to give up his sources in his investigations.

Sorrell Alabama News
State Auditor Sorrell joins '1819 News: The Podcast' 100th episode to discuss political journey — 'I didn’t feel like I owed Montgomery anything'

State Auditor Andrew Sorrell is known by many as the most conservative politician in Alabama, and he got that distinction by boldly standing for his beliefs and constituents against opposition even from those in his own party.

Heard Alabama News
Auburn's TPUSA president Jaden Heard details spiritual journey from leftist Trump-hater to conservative Christian

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.

john Wahl Alabama News
ALGOP chair Wahl condemns government funding of explicit children's books — 'There’s no excuse to be engaging in social engineering'

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.

Rick Burgess Alabama News
Rick & Bubba's Burgess details how his son's tragic death strengthened his devotion to Christ: 'Satan has grossly miscalculated this'

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.

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