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.
In 1998 Governor Don Siegelman ran for Governor of Alabama on a platform proposing that his administration would enact legislation creating a state lottery.
It is time for truth-loving people to realize what time it is: the lawlessness and lying, cheating and violence has arrived! Lawlessness=perilous times of 2nd Timothy 3.
Over the years, I have discussed my observations and concepts of the two different roles or routes taken by a U.S. Senator or Congressman during their tenure in Washington.
Beware of those who speak eagerly of crises. In a true crisis, we reasonably but temporarily hand our powers of practical reasoning and self-governance over to those who are most capable of diverting the threat.
Since the horrific attack on Jan. 6, the U.S. Capitol is hardly recognizable. Fencing and barbed wire surround the entire complex, while soldiers from the National Guard patrol every corner.
The 2021 legislative session has begun. It will be a monumental and difficult session. Due to COVID restrictions, the logistics of just meeting will be a task.
With Joe Biden’s inauguration as president last week, discussion of what to expect in his administration has been obscured by ongoing debate over the election itself.
Did you ever play on a seesaw as a kid? Did you ever try it with a bigger kid on the other side — someone who could just keep you up in the air until they were ready to kick off again?
U.S. Representative Martha Roby (R-AL) last week gave her final speech on the floor of the House of Representatives to commemorate her time in Congress and service to Alabama’s Second Congressional District: