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J. Pepper Bryars: Alabama must build more prisons but taxpayers...

Vicious assault. Brutal rape. Cold-blooded murder. These are some of the crimes that will get you thrown into prison, but what if they’re...

J. Pepper Bryars: Like Chilton County’s peach trees, Alabama’s occupational...

Motorists who travel I-65 between Birmingham and Montgomery during summertime often enjoy the tradition of stopping in Clanton for a freshly-picked basket...

J. Pepper Bryars: Time to stop daydreaming about a lottery

Lottery supporters were left saying “so close ...” last week after the latest attempt to establish the game in Alabama collapsed under...

J. Pepper Bryars: Alabama moves to protect free speech on campus

Free speech zones, meant to move certain discussions away from where they could offend listeners, or be heard at all. Speech codes, meant...

J. Pepper Bryars: It’s time to reform occupational licensing in...

Did you know that it’s against the law to braid hair, wash hair, or even plant flowers professionally in Alabama without a...

J. Pepper Bryars: Why we should avoid an immediate special session...

Many Alabamians, including the conservative-leaning Alabama Policy Institute, agree our state needs to increase funding for roads and bridges.And Governor Kay Ivey...

Americans for Tax Reform targets Alabama’s gas tax increase

One of the nation’s most aggressive anti-tax groups has taken aim at Gov. Kay Ivey's proposed $300 million gas tax increase. 

J. Pepper Bryars: Gas tax increase should be ‘Even Steven’ –...

Can Alabamians support raising our gas tax for better roads while remaining true to our belief in limited government and protecting a beneficial, low-tax...

J. Pepper Bryars: While hospitals help second trimester babies thrive, courts...

A premature baby born at just 22-weeks was discharged a few months ago from the University of South Alabama Children’s and Women’s...

J. Pepper Bryars: While the Supreme Court deliberates, Alabama should shine...

The U.S. Supreme Court recently signaled that it’s ready to limit the government’s power to confiscate things like cars, houses, and cash that prosecutors...
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