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Parker Snider

Parker Snider

Parker Snider is the Director of Policy Analysis at the Alabama Policy Institute, a pro-life, free-market think tank in Birmingham, Alabama. He has spent time on Capitol Hill, on the campaign trail, and in local government. He is a member of the Church at Brook Hills, where he is a student ministry small group leader.

Petition Asks Disney to Redesign “Racist” Splash Mountain Log Ride

A petition started two weeks ago on Change.org accuses the popular log flume ride Splash Mountain of being racist and in need of a more inclusive theme. The ride, which features characters from the 19 …

In Alabama, Republican and Democratic Mayors Defy State Law and Remove Confederate Monuments

City officials in Birmingham and Mobile, two of Alabama’s largest cities, defied state law and removed Confederate monuments from public land this week. On Sunday night, Birmingham Mayor Randall Woo …

Atlanta Mayor Says Unrest is “Not in the Spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr.”, Rioters Should “Go Home”

Protestors gathered in cities across the country last night in response to the death of George Floyd, who died in the custody of Minneapolis police earlier this week. In Atlanta, as in other cities, t …

House Passes $3 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill

The House Friday night passed a $3 trillion coronavirus relief package, dubbed the HEROES Act, by a vote of 208-199.  The bill, if passed by the Senate and signed by the President, would provide …

New York Times editorial board pushes DNC to investigate Biden sexual assault allegations

The New York Times editorial board today called for an investigation by the DNC into the sexual assault allegations against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Bi …

47,000 U.S. Coronavirus Deaths Expected By May 1st

A survey of American infectious disease experts conducted last week suggests that the United States will see around 47,000 deaths due to COVID-19 before May 1st. Experts are not wholly married to this …

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