Opinion & Editorials
Is it possible to fashion a pirate hat out of tin foil?
The need for a comprehensive statewide plan to provide high-speed, fiber-fed broadband internet connectivity to every Alabamian has never been more evident.
Public policy is important, and elections have consequences. But what we do — or fail to do — on the 728 days between elections has consequences, too.
For people who haven’t seen their families in a long time, it’s inspirational in a way I wasn’t expecting before this season started.
I grew up in Tuscaloosa living a life of white privilege. This is what I've learned from loving a special needs son.
Republicans have a personality problem. Democrats have an ideological one.
Lincoln breathes sigh of relief, gives two thumbs up to 2020 election winners
Four years ago, I wrote a column saying perhaps President Trump had to happen for America to be great, truly great. The largest turnout in presidential election history is a great start.
Wallace, Trump and the politics of hate
Like many scattered across the Black Belt and Southwest Alabama, I am just now emerging after Hurricane Zeta.
At this historic moment, previously anonymous folks behind the scenes have joined others on the frontlines as essential workers--essential to our democracy
When a child asks this question, tell them what you think we know while also acknowledging that we don't know much.