A recent survey by the Black Alliance for Educational Options shows that black voters support school choice by a wide margin.
This survey of 2,400 African-American voters in four states found that they support a parent’s ability to choose the school that is best for their children — and indicated they are ready to vote those beliefs in some cases.
“Black voters are […]Read More →
In order to make up a $200 million shortfall in its budget, Alabama’s attempt to enact a sin tax on pornography failed to pass the budget.Read More →
An Alabama town is considering banning low-hanging pants, mini skirts, short shorts and other articles of clothing.Read More →
If you’re interested in solving a great political mystery in Alabama and Tennessee then bring a lawn chair to the Brentwood, Tenn. post office, perch yourself in front of mailbox No. 1292 — and wait.Read More →
Critics of the Clean Power Plan, finalized by the Obama administration, are fighting a two-pronged battle.Read More →
By Katherine Green Robertson | Watchdog Opinion
As the debate over Alabama’s General Fund budget shortfall continues, four schools of thought have emerged on how to solve this problem: a) tax increases, b) gambling revenue, c) unearmarking, d) and across-the-board cuts. Each one of these proposals has been deemed the obvious, simple solution to the problem, […]