The Anniston Star’s editorial page is a disgusting example of unending anti-American bias. If you lean any further left, you’ll never get anything straight.
WASHINGTON -- In 1960, when John Kennedy was elected president, America's population was 180 million and it had approximately 1.8 million federal bureaucrats (not counting uniformed military personnel and postal workers). Fifty-seven years later, with seven new Cabinet agencies, and myriad n…
Drawing the representative districts for the Alabama Legislature is like solving a giant puzzle. The one for the state Senate has 35 pieces. The one for the state House of Representatives has 105 pieces.
A tainted judicial system benefits no one, judge, jury or accused. Worst of all, it undermines the public’s trust in the courts and the sentences they impose.
WASHINGTON -- Some American disasters come as bolts from the blue -- the stock market crash of October 1929, Pearl Harbor, the designated hitter, 9/11. Others are predictable because they arise from arithmetic that is neither hidden nor arcane. Now comes the tsunami of pension problems that …
Former House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, isn't optimistic about the idea that the Republican-controlled Congress can follow through with President Donald Trump's call to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
The Alabama Legislature has started its 2017 session in Montgomery, during which state senators and representatives will debate all sorts of proposed laws. That makes us wonder: If you could write a bill and have it signed into law, what would it be?
The U.S. Senate’s Judiciary Committee announced last week it would begin considering the Supreme Court nomination of Neil Gorsuch on March 22.
Alabama charges sales tax on groceries because our lawmakers are too weak-kneed to do the right thing. Their excuses are impotent. And the truth is obvious.
Perhaps knowing an investigation is ongoing has inspired Gov. Robert Bentley’s concern about the plight of families just two or three missed paychecks away from financial disaster.
NASCAR's 2017 season starts with Sunday's Daytona 500 -- race fans know that, of course -- but not all is well on the stock-car racing front.
The topic of prisons — and more specifically, the men and women sentenced to them — is an unpleasant but necessary one.
Until 1865 in U.S. history, many people enjoyed owning other people, holding them defenseless and at their mercy. When the owned people ran away, the full power of the police, even federal law, was used to hunt them down. The Runaway Slave Act of 1850 allowed bounty hunters to hunt ex-slaves…