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Leaving the Confederacy Behind: A Love Letter to the South

By Matthew Tyson on June 14, 2020 | Opinion

If you know me, then you know that I am deeply, immensely proud of my southern heritage and upbringing. I believe the south is a special, magical place set apart for a special, magical people….

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5 Ways To Embrace Church Diversity

By Willie Spears on March 9, 2020 | Opinion

April 17, 1960, on NBC’s “Meet the Press” the pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama said one of the shameful tragedies of our society is that 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning is…

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Bradley Byrne Is A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Statewide Candidate

By Brent Wilson on January 31, 2020 | Opinion

Bradley Byrne could have spent the remainder of his life soaking up a $174,000 a year taxpayer-funded salary just a few miles from Alabama’s gorgeous beaches.

All he had to do was run for…

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Bradley Byrne Uses Religion to Pander for Votes, Defend Trump

By Clete Wetli on December 27, 2019 | Opinion

If Byrne is so concerned about the darkness of the world, he and the rest of the GOP need to spend a little more time figuring out why the wealthiest aren’t paying their share of the light bill.

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Alabama Bill Allowing Bible Elective Courses Raises Concerns

By Matthew Tyson on February 5, 2019 | Opinion

In late January, Republican Alabama State Senator Tim Melson pre-filed SB 14 in the Alabama legislature. This bill would grant public schools the permission to offer Bible-based elective courses to their students. More…

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