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In the 1950s when television was in black and white as was the distinction between acceptable and unacceptable behavior, comedian Milton Berle would occasionally wear a dress in a skit, causing the studio audience to laugh uproariously. How things have changed.

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When Alabama lawmakers came into session in January, one of their first priorities was allocating the first half of Alabama’s $2.1 billion in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds. With the second half set to hit the state’s coffers soon, lawmakers should hit the pause button before spending…

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While inflation, high gas and food prices, a falling stock market, corrosive politics and a looming recession are all causes for concern — even alarm — two recent Gallup polls reveal an erosion of foundational principles that are key to a stable and enduring society.

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Congress has an opportunity to pass legislation that benefits all local citizens, businesses and even protects our democracy. The Local Journalism Sustainability Act, LJSA for short, should be included as part of any upcoming reconciliation bill that Congress is considering.

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Please allow me to be the first to wish you a Happy Billie Joe McAllister Day.

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The health care needs of our state are growing and will continue to increase as underserved regions, particularly rural areas, continue to lack in basic health care services and have limited access to family doctors, local hospitals and even specialists.

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The archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, has announced he will no longer allow Speaker Nancy Pelosi to receive communion because of her refusal to adhere to Catholic doctrine on unborn human life. This continues a battle between Catholic politicians who claim fealty to their ch…

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When you rank states in terms of their political leanings, places like California and New York are probably near the top of the list of liberal states. And that’s certainly true in terms of social issues.

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As with many things, propaganda can be used for good or for ill, depending on who dispenses it. During World War II, American propaganda was considered a necessary tool in the pursuit of victory in a moral cause. Germany and Japan had their own propaganda machines to advance an evil agenda.

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Americans who subscribe to “traditional values” have had to put up with a lot from the left in the name of the First Amendment. From vulgarities on TV (self-described First Amendment defenders said things like, “If you don’t like it, change the channel”), to sexual scenes in movies (“If you …

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What a rollercoaster the last two years have been! The Alabama Department of Labor (ADOL), along with the rest of the country, has certainly experienced this period of historical significance, and we are hopeful to be finally emerging on brighter days.

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The 14th Amendment is the amendment that the Pro-Choice Left uses to try to defend abortion. There are 105 years between the 14th Amendment (1…

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If you are itching on your body, especially your stomach or your back, you better see a doctor.

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There is a faction of people in the USA that vote against their own self interest just to deny the rights of other people who don’t think the …

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The governor of Florida thinks he has really done something outstanding when he said no more abortions after 15 weeks. What about those babies…

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