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Parker Snider: Learning from President Trump: Words Matter

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“I don’t see any reason why it would be”. Those words, voiced by President Donald Trump when asked whether he believed it was true that...

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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

Parker Snider: A guide to fake news

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More than once every day. That’s how often President Donald Trump publicly calls something “fake”—be it a story, poll, or news organization. Just this week, Facebook CEO...

Woman of Influence: Leigh Hixon, Senior Director Alabama Policy Institute

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Leigh Hixon has been making waves since her college days at Auburn University. Spending a majority of her career in fields dominated by men,...

Parker Snider: How Christ’s resurrection makes politics better

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“He is not here; He has risen!” These are perhaps the most consequential words ever spoken. A man who three days earlier had been violently...

Parker Snider: Alabama’s unrestrained “permission slip to work” laws affect real...

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Across the country, lawmakers are realizing the costs associated with the rampant overuse of occupational licensing laws. Alabama Policy Institute’s recent report shows that over 21% of...

Parker Snider: Increased polarization in politics: bad for Alabama and the...

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Our politics is increasingly polarized. Yelling matches on cable news are the norm, and those with opposite viewpoints are labeled as bigoted or anti-American....

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