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Parker Snider: Understanding Constitutional Amendment One – The Ten Commandments and...

For years, discussion over the public display of the Ten Commandments has animated Alabama’s political landscape. The issue is so energizing, it seems, that many...

Parker Snider: Prepare to vote on constitutional amendments, Alabama

The drought, as they say, is over. Football season is back in Alabama. To no one’s surprise, the Alabama Crimson Tide was ranked #1 in...

Parker Snider: Limited government demands more, not less, of Alabama

In Alabama, politicians and residents alike proclaim the benefits of limited government. Appropriately, our state’s motto is Audemus jura nostra defendere, which, when translated into the...

Parker Snider: Charter schools are keeping promises

On the campaign trail in 2012, Mitt Romney remarked that "charter schools are so successful that almost every politician can find something good to...

Congress passes legislation to lessen burdensome occupational licensing

In late July, Congress passed the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act aimed at helping states begin long overdue occupational licensing...

Taylor Dawson: What does freedom mean to me?

When most of us think about the Fourth of July, we think about pool parties, cooking out, fireworks, and spending time with friends and...

Parker Snider: Seeing the power of compassion, hope, and work first-hand

Three years ago, I had the privilege of visiting South America for the first time. During my stay, I—along with the rest of my...

Parker Snider: Three years after Obergefell

In June of 2015, same-sex marriage became legal in all fifty states. The Supreme Court ruled in the Obergefell v. Hodges case in favor of Jim Obergefell,...

Parker Snider: Monopoly and locksmiths

I love the game of Monopoly. The hope that I will land on expensive properties first, the poker-esque bluffing, and the art of deal-making...

Parker Snider: State elections matter more than most think

Washington, D.C.—one of the most visited cities in the world—oozes a sense of superiority and power. How could it not? Our nation’s Capitol building...
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