Alabama Liberal takes on reserved movie theater seating, the scam that is ruining going to a movie theater…
Alabama Liberal explains gun control is not consistent with the rest of the Democratic Party platform, from legalizing things to decreasing our prison population…
After taking on In & Out burgers, it’s time for the Unpopular Vote to defend that most demonized of political muscle: teacher’s unions.
In the first video of our newest series–The Unpopular Vote–which takes on popular opinion, I go after that most sacred of cows: the In & Out burger.
February 7th 2011, a date that will live in infamy…just kidding, it was the official launch date of Alabama Liberal and I can honestly say it’s been a great six years. Sure, I’ve been slacking on some features—people most often ask for more Bubba’s Sex Tips, Sunday’s Sermons, Red State Vs. Blue State, and Mom… Read More »
I know, I know, the last thing in the world I wanted to do was bring back my long-lost debate feature with one where I’m essentially saying the Republican Never Trump movement is over, but I had two equally bad choices: I could either debate a Bernie Sanders fan with why Bernie should drop out of the… Read More »
In the last couple of “A Year Long Conversation” podcasts, the themes have revolved around various hypocrisies liberals might be committing. It’s been noted that the politically correct are the new social conservatives and also that Democrats are less forgiving of sex scandals than Republicans. And now those chickens have come home to roost for… Read More »
Which candidate puts forth the best solution to New Hampshire’s heroin problem? In fact, which candidate even said any solution to the problem? And is there really a solution to America’s drug problem outside of the (proven) failure of The War on Drugs?… For more listen to episode 7 of “A Year Long Conversation” that’ll be posted in… Read More »
Last Tuesday, PBS aired a documentary called “Frontline: League of Denial” that covered the overwhelming evidence that NFL players are at a far greater risk for dementia and various other neurological disorders. It also covered the NFL’s attempts to deny this link and hide the data at every turn. Simply put: see it. Even if you… Read More »
Expect to see at least one article a day on Breaking Bad between now and this Sunday’s final episode. I can guarantee that no matter how the series chooses to close, it’ll be better than last night’s sorry “Dexter” finale.