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Dec 9, 2019
If you’ve followed the news lately you could not have missed the fact that there has been a kerfluffle of the highest order near the Alabama coastline. Like a scene from the old fairy tale, the Three Billy Goats Gruff, the local populace has thrown the “bridge trolls” into the bay and seemingly defeated the infamous toll payments that were at issue. The difference between our coastal brethren and sistren and the Goats is that the Goats got a bridge out of it.
Nov 22, 2019
API director of policy strategy Phil Williams recently appeared on Viewpoint Alabama, a weekly radio show that is broadcast on over 60 Alabama radio stations, to discuss the potential toll bridge in Mobile, the increase in the gas tax, and more. You can listen to the interview here (beginning at the 0:30 timestamp). Viewpoint Alabama, […]
May 29, 2019
Lottery supporters were left saying “so close …” last week after the latest attempt to establish the game in Alabama collapsed under the weight of competing interests and power plays. It was reminiscent of the failed lotto player, successfully matching his numbers one-by-one until his hopes are dashed when that final digit proves ever elusive. […]
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2/7/2020 New Recap: Trump Acquitted, State of the State, and a Rough Start to the Democratic Primary
Feb 7, 2020
In this episode of the 1819 podcast, Josh and Parker discuss Governor Ivey’s State of the State Address, the end of the impeachment trial, the results from the Iowa caucuses, and more. To listen, click here.
Jan 24, 2020
In this week’s episode, join us as we talk about the reasons for negative campaigning, a weird TikTok trend, the impeachment trial, and more. To listen, click here.
Jan 24, 2020
The future is on its way to Alabama. That is inevitable. What the future will bring is not. But there is a potential future that many people want to bring to Alabama. Though it is sold as a future of freedom and equality, it is not a future in which people flourish. Call it the […]