When our “Border Czar” made a pit stop at a border facility last month, she comically claimed the Biden administration has made “progress” in securing our southern border. Let’s check in on these so-called improvements.
One of our main beliefs in Enterprise City Schools is to create a safe, clean, and intellectually stimulating environment for all of our students. We hope to create that experience again this school year.
I think masks should not be worn in school or optional. I have several reasons for this, but my first one is it diminishes my ability to express myself using facial expressions or talking.
Kay Ivey is doing a good job as governor. She is a strong and decisive leader who has done more than steady the ship of state. She is getting things done. She is making her mark as a good governor.
A new free speech lawsuit has been filed in Alabama alleging that one of the state’s premier state universities – University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) – is violating not only the Alabama Constitution but a 2019 state law as well.
Our great country was founded on hard work and competition. That sense of grit is the main principle in our free-market economy where consumers have choice, because competition breeds choice, better quality, and better prices for customers.
Since I hail from Troy, allow me to share with you the story of our only governor. Charles Henderson was not only the 35th governor of Alabama, but he may also be one of the most profound philanthropists in Alabama history.
Alabama lost its oldest past governor when John Patterson passed away last month. He died on the same land where he was born in rural Tallapoosa County.
The COVID-19 pandemic dominated the healthcare-related headlines this past year, and rightfully so. While the world focused its attention on the pandemic, other health crises continued in the shadows.
Your local newspaper in the throes of death? Don’t believe it.
My brother and I, co-publishers of our newspapers, just returned from the Alabama Press Association’s Summer Convention celebrating the 150th anniversary of the organization. One. Hundred. Fifty. Years. Unbelievable.
Despite Democrats and the media downplaying the situation at our southern border, the Biden Border Crisis is still raging. Daily encounters are reaching nearly 6,000 individuals - the highest levels of border crossings in over 20 years.
If I walked into Byron’s Smokehouse in Auburn and asked folks if they’d want their retirement savings invested in Chinese companies, I’d get laughed out of the restaurant.
A good many of you enjoyed the George Wallace story I shared with you a few weeks ago. Allow me to reminisce and share two more funny Wallace era stories.
Public Relations 101: When you’re getting hammered by critics, give the media something else to talk about. After the worst week of his presidency so far, Joe Biden resorted to that ploy Thursday with his “Hey, look over here!” decision on public masking.
When Senator Richard Shelby announced he would not run for reelection to a sixth six-year term in 2022, speculation immediately began as to who would run for our iconic senior senator’s seat.
President Biden has made no secret that he believes there should be universal, extended background checks for every single gun sale in the United States.
Some of you have inquired how Alabama will fare in Washington after Senator Shelby retires at the end of 2022. The answer is that it will be nothing less than devastating for the Heart of Dixie.
Growing up, every kid wants to play quarterback. But as a football coach, it’s your job to make sure the other positions are filled in a way that maximizes each player’s abilities and, collectively, the team.
The virus is on the retreat. Case numbers are down, vaccinations are up, and there’s finally light at the end of a long tunnel. So why is President Biden allowing so many illegal immigrants into the United States with no regard to their health status?
Last Thursday marked the 16th workday of the 2021 Alabama Regular Legislative Session. With lawmakers over halfway through the regular session, they are pausing this week for Spring Break.
Last week we alerted you to the fact that next year will be a banner year in Alabama politics. The governor, lieutenant governor and all other statewide constitutional offices are up for election.
So it’s a “tragedy,” “mockery,” or “coup” if Republicans challenge an election result, but completely acceptable – four months later – if you’re a Democrat?
All signs point to a Titanic political year in 2022. In fact, as I look back over the last six decades of my observations of Alabama politics, next year may be the most momentous.
Glad I know exactly where to steer clear from on April 10. Also, two problems with Mr. Grantham’s assertions. 1. Yes, you’re guaranteed freedom of speech, but you’re not guaranteed freedom from the consequences of your speech.