Dear Friend, If we are to stop the distress, the dumbing down, and the indoctrination of all our children through common core; if we are to restore state control over education policy in Alabama; if we are to replace common core with the best of the best standards in the nation that reflect Alabama […]
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Congressional Republicans who voted for the Cromnibus bill are experiencing a great deal of backlash. Following are two articles on each side of the issue. One is an op-ed from Rep. Martha Roby (AL-2) published in Yellowhammer. The other is from Gaston Mooney, Executive Editor of Conservative Review.
Patent legislation that passed the House will inhibit innovation Print By AL.com AL.com Follow on Twitter on May 12, 2014 at 10:44 AM, updated May 12, 2014 at 10:46 AM By Eunie Smith Patent legislation pending in the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee can hit close to home. I am aware of a father with young […]
LET US KNOW WHAT THEY SAY! 1) Please call your state senator TODAY at 334.242.7800 and ask this question: Will you cosponsor Sen. Scott Beason’s bill to repeal and replace common core standards in Alabama? If not, why not? We need superior, not common, standards that use proven methodology and instill Alabama values. 2) Please […]
CALL; COME 2-27 PUBLIC HEARING & PRESS CONFERENCE To Stop Common Core Tragedy in Alabama SB190 (Sen. Brewbaker) and HB254 (Rep. Barton) to return local control of education • repeal adoption of Common Core • protect family privacy & prohibit state bodies from compiling/sharing non-acedemic, “personal” data • prohibit the State Board of Education from […]
Many conservatives were convinced that yesterday we would see the US Supreme Court strike down what we know is a massive expansion of the federal government and an unconstitutional use of federal power. Unfortunately, things didn’t quite turn out as we had hoped. While there were not 5 votes to allow Congress to use the […]
Today, the US Supreme Court upheld a key provision in Alabama’s immigration law–the provision allowing police to check the immigration status of persons whom they detain before releasing them. It also allows the police to stop and detain anyone suspected of being an undocumented immigrant. The SCOTUS blog has a great summary for more information on […]
Investor’s Business Daily has an excellent article on how Alabama has taken the lead against the UN’s Agenda 21 and its threat to individual property rights. Not many people know what Agenda 21 is, but it is an initiative of the United Nations to “promote sustainable development” and it is also a huge threat to […]
Sorry for the delay in our legislative wrap up, but I’ve been a little under the weather… The big story of the 2012 Alabama legislative session isn’t what passed, but what didn’t. The session began with two big, controversial issues–charter schools and immigration reform–on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Alabama being one of the few […]
There is an email alert circulating regarding an internet sales tax bill asking people to make calls on it. This is an alert we sent out LAST year during the legislative session. There is NOT a bill introduced on the internet sales tax this year and it is not possible to use it to close […]