Trump urges his supporters to get the jab
Violent crime is rising in Mobile
The unvaccinated are letting us down
A Jewish perspective on why CRT is needed in public schools in rural Alabama
The DILE Question manifests in Alabama
Justin Tyran Roberts targeted “military-looking” White men in a racially motivated shooting spree
Alabama strikes a blow against gender fluidity
Antifa are robbing and vandalizing cemeteries again
Half of Republicans in Ruby Red Alabama want to expand Medicaid
Donald Trump scores a major victory for his legacy
A natural disaster has become hopelessly politicized
The Coronavirus Confederacy is taking shape
Little spikes could turn into outbreaks
Rural America will be hit last and hardest by coronavirus
Gov. Kay Ivey issues stay at home order
Coronavirus has spread into the rural and small town South
SPLC workers aren’t even getting a crumb of the money from the Hate Industry
ROLL TIDE ROLL!
Sessions 2020 is official
Blompf is planning to campaign against him
He is an embarrassment to the great State of Alabama!
Granny apologies for grotesque crime of racial insensitivy
Mainstream conservatism doesn’t really have a past
What is white supremacy?
A look at how slavery ended here at home
What was slavery like in West Alabama?
The Eufaula Regency spearhearded the secession movement in Southeast Alabama
A personal story of settler-colonialism on the Alabama frontier
In 1813, the Red Sticks faction of the Creek Indians launched a genocide against White settlers in Alabama
Alabama seceded from the Union to avoid being degraded to a position of equality with free negroes
William Lowndes Yancey, “the Prince of the Fire Eaters,” was Alabama’s great fire eater and played a pivotal role in the dissolution of the Union in 1861
We spent the afternoon enjoying some family time outdoors