This Back To School Season, Families Should Decide

Parents and other observers have many understandable questions about how their local school districts are responding to the challenges presented by COVID-19. At this juncture, I don’t think it’s helpful to lay much blame on anyone. There will be plenty of time for that in the future, and when the dust settles, we’re likely to find that there is real blame to go around from the state board of education all the way down to your kid’s geometry teacher. It…

Mobile Radio: Phil Williams on Midday Mobile with Sean Sullivan

Last Friday, API’s Director of Policy Strategy and General Counsel Phil Williams joined Sean Sullivan on Midday Mobile on FM 106.5. In the segment, Sullivan and Williams discuss the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board's recent decision to ban alcohol sales after 11 p.m. To listen, click here (timestamp 9:14).

8/7/2020 News Recap

On this week's news recap podcast, Josh, Justin and Parker discuss all the biggest news from the week including:-Polls in the Tuberville v. Jones race for U.S. Senate-Governor Ivey's spending choices on CARES Act funds-A devastating explosion in Beirut-Different door-knocking strategies by the Biden and Trump campaigns-Trump's potential ban on TikTok

Hey, ABC Board…Know Your Role!

Let’s start with clearing the air...generally speaking I don’t hang out in bars. This is not a puff piece to defend pub crawls. So before any of my folks, fans or friends think that I’m writing this because I was hoping for one last round after 11 p.m., the answer is “no”. What I do have a problem with is unelected bureaucrats enacting policy outside of their charter that has the effect of shutting down private enterprise. Last week the…

Mobile Radio: Phil Williams on the Jeff Poor Show

This Thursday, API’s Director of Policy Strategy and General Counsel Phil Williams joined the Jeff Poor Show. In the 20-minute segment, Poor and Williams discuss the "masks in class" mandate, rolling back government overreach, and more. To listen, click here.

Anchored in Alabama: Stories of Hope – Week 17

As API enters the seventeenth week publishing Anchored in Alabama, our team continues to be encouraged by the stories we hear from you and from local media. It is clear that our faith communities and businesses are stepping up to today's challenges. We continue to say "Thank You" for your support of this publication. As always, we hope you find it uplifting. Anchored in Alabama, Week Seventeen   1. Mobile Charter School Bucks District Plan, Offers In-Person Classes ACCEL Day and Evening Academy, Alabama’s…

7/31/2020 News Recap

Josh is back for another episode of the 1819 News Recap Podcast. This week, Josh and Parker discuss:   - Governor Ivey's "Masks in Schools" order - The ABC Board order for bars to stop serving alcohol at 11 p.m. - Union University's rescission of a student's admission who was living openly as a homosexual - Pastor John MacArthur's fight with California and the state's ban on indoor worship - An order by President Trump that may help Alabama keep…

Huntsville Radio: Phil Williams on the Jeff Poor Show

This Thursday, API’s Director of Policy Strategy and General Counsel Phil Williams joined the Jeff Poor Show. In the 20-minute segment, Poor and Williams discussed how to reopen schools safely, the ABC Board's decision to ban alcohol sales after 11 p.m., API's RESTORE Plan, and more. To listen, click here.