The stoic belief that Titanic was unsinkable is a classic example of a psychological phenomenon called groupthink.
A month after several of them were voted out of office, the current Pell City council continues to garner positive headlines concerning economic and quality-of-life developments.
What if a college basketball star were to claim to be transgender and go out for the WNBA? Would the self-righteous NBA leaders come out and support him?
For all the football players, soccer players or baseball players who want to get attention by showing disrespect for our flag and country, there is one thing that will get their attention ...
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine released a report laying out its findings from a study on immigration’s impact on government expenditure. The findings ...
Tyler Freeman’s case highlights the dire inadequacy of Alabama’s mental health system, the result of funding cuts and facility shutdowns.
As many other states have learned, A-F school grades serve no useful function. They are only used to make public schools look bad.
I have not seen a more up-and-down roller coaster ride than the recently completed special session to deal with the lottery issue.
This year's college news is about black student demands for segregated campus housing and other racially segregated campus spaces and programs. I totally disagree with these calls by black students.
In February, Hillary Clinton, ironically wondered, “Why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else?” That’s an excellent question.
If a president-elect is already chosen, then dies or withdraws, what happens? This question is NOT covered in the Constitution!
Several hundred miles of cast iron pipelines transporting natural gas remain in the ground after many years of decay. Many people are not aware of hazards Alabamians face due to leaking cast iron pipelines.
How does an elected official or candidate “avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest” when he or she accepts financial contributions? As the saying goes – there is no free lunch.
"Our commitment to academic freedom means that we do not support so-called 'trigger warnings,' we do not cancel invited speakers because their topics might prove controversial, and we do not condone the creation of intellectual 'safe spaces' where individuals can retreat from ideas and perspectives at odds with their own."
Would you support a grassroots movement to petition the Justice Department to redraw the Senate lines separating Talladega County from Shelby and St. Clair counties?
When you get angry at Americans for exercising their constitutional rights, then “maybe” you should leave this country and go somewhere else ...
Why not contest the results, find out where those residents should have voted, recount the votes, and determine whether the outcome would be different or confirmed? The answer is simple ...