Public libraries are at the center of any town and state. They’re also at the center of the minds of concerned parents. And if you aren’t concerned about public libraries, you are not paying attention.
One hundred years ago, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the 14th Amendment’s Due Process Clause protects parental rights. This holding is tricky.
The founder of Moms for Liberty’s Madison chapter spoke out on Friday against a left-wing activist organization for placing the parental rights organization on its “hate map” alongside the Ku Klux Klan and Neo-nazis.
The far-left activist organization, whose input is taken at face value by the FBI and many big tech companies, placed several parental rights groups on its 2022 “hate map,” along with the Ku Klux Klan, skinheads and neo-Nazis.
The Alabama Center for Law and Liberty filed an amicus brief on Tuesday opposing a public school’s policy encouraging teachers to hide students’ usage of pronouns that don’t align with their biological sex from their parents.
Legislation that would codify parental rights as "fundamental” was postponed on the House floor after lengthy protests from Democratic lawmakers.
The Common Sense Campaign TEA party's South Baldwin Chapter held a meeting Tuesday at the Foley Public Library to talk about how common sense isn’t so common.
State Rep. Kenneth Paschal (R-Pelham) pre-filed a bill on Thursday that he said will secure parental rights as “fundamental.”