Alabama Sen. Del Marsh, R-Anniston, is right. Spot-on right. “If we don’t address this education issue, it’s going to catch up with us,” he said this week while pointing to the state’s abysmal K-12 national rankings in math and reading. “This is the wrong path.”

Anthony Cook, in “Nations race relations spiraling downward … to our shame” (March 10), encourages us to look at the last 50 days to see racism. Cook mentions quite a few incidents that deserve denouncement, but he missed two obvious ones.

A “Speak Out” in Friday’s (March 8) Star tells that “Socialism would threaten end of America.” If the only two factors that we look at are socialism or capitalism, we tend to vilify Socialism and sanctify capitalism. The traditional argument to justify capitalism is to say that the market wi…

We are living in the last days. What purpose is your church at this time? Have you fulfilled or are you staying in the path that God wants you to go? The main goal of a church is to reach lost people. Preachers don’t preach about sin anymore because it might make people uncomfortable and the…

The Distant Leftist Inquisition scrapes all of the guilt from human nature as a whole and loads it on the backs of the pale male Anglo race leaving no escape route to unload (Kathleen Parker, 1 March), faith over facts soothed by the lullaby of “progress.” No single race or culture has a pat…

On Tuesday, it will have been one year since an EF-3 tornado struck the city of Jacksonville and the campus of Jacksonville State University, leaving hundreds of trees decapitated, thousands of residents without power, houses with no mailboxes and mailboxes with no houses.

Last September, the United States Commission on Civil Rights told President Trump the brutal truth about voting rights. Alabama’s role in that truth was prominent. And U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, D-Birmingham, is again trying to turn that prominence into a victory for those who value equal acces…

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