Editorials

Guest Editorial: Alabama Story

Who gets to decide what information we share, hear, and consume? Where will the limit lie? These questions are at the heart of ASF's upcoming production of Alabama Story

  Guest Editorial: Call to save First Presbyterian Church

Montgomery is rich with history and it’s one of the things that makes us special. We are defined by the structures around us.

  Guest Editorial: Exercise your right to vote in the upcoming election

Let your voice be heard by voting on Tuesday, March 3.

  Editorial: Thank You Bryan Stevenson

Bryan Stevenson is a national treasure and we should be honored to have him here as our neighbor.

  Guest editorial: Jesus is the reason for the season

But one night, He decided to come.

  Guest Editorial: Pro Bono Month

October is recognized as Pro Bono Month in Alabama.

Guest Editorial: View the state’s most significant historic documents

All six of Alabama’s state constitutions and the 1861 ordinance of secession will be on display.

  Guest Editorial: Telethon to benefit United Way

On Sept. 17, WSFA will hold an all-day telethon to benefit the United Way.

  Guest Editorial: See you at the polls Tuesday!

Serving as mayor of the Capital of Dreams over the past decade has been one of the greatest honors of my life.

  Guest Editorial: Attend today, achieve tomorrow

We can all work together to stop truancy by continually emphasizing to our children that every school day counts.

  Editorial: California Dreamin’

I had posted an editorial months ago about the need to build a wall around the state of California.

  Editorial: Montgomery mayoral election

It is time to do your research to determine the best candidate to be the next Mayor of Montgomery.

  Guest Editorial: Summer Fund and Food Drive

This coming Friday will be an exciting day for us at the Montgomery Area Food Bank.

  Guest Editorial: Camp Shakespeare

Theatre education plays a vital role in the lives of young people not just to encourage the next generation of artists, but because it fosters more collaborative, confident, and curious youth.

  Editorial: AOC- Absolutely Out of Control

To allow the freshman congressman, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez or AOC, time to get situated, I have kept quiet about her but I can be quiet no longer.

  Guest Editorial: How is Shakespeare relevant today

“Why do we still perform Shakespeare? Why are we forced to read Shakespeare in school? How is Shakespeare relevant today?”

  Guest editorial: Parental Responsibility!

As parents we must become more vigilant about confronting the issue of gun violence.

  Guest Editorial: Art splash fundraiser

Montgomery Christian School is a private, non-profit Christian school for kindergarten through 5th grade.

  Editorial: Governor Ivey

This week marks a historic milestone here in the state of Alabama. On the steps of the Capitol our first elected Republican woman governor was sworn into office.

  Guest Editorial: Cookie Power!

It’s Girl Scout Cookie Season!

  Editorial: What ever happened to compromise?

While visiting the top of the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee last week, I experienced firsthand the results of the government shutdown.

Editorial: A Christmas Miracle

This year resulted in a very interesting turn of events regarding my new friend and viewer Nancy.

  Editorial: Not Santa Too!

I ask what’s wrong with our current Santa?

  Editorial: Bah Humbug...Leave the Christmas music alone

Apparently, songs sung during the holidays are now deemed offensive by some.

  Guest Editorial: Thank you!

You not only heard about your friends’ struggles with hunger and felt compassion, but you went a step further.

  Editorial: 12’s Day

We call upon you, our loyal and wonderful viewers, to once again show your generosity in supporting our efforts to put food on the tables of those in need and provide a gift for a child who may not otherwise receive one.

  Editorial: George H W Bush, RIP

The passing of Former President George H W Bush brings to close an era of civility in politics.

  Editorial: The Sound of Music

Once again, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival has another winner on its hands and you will be the loser if you choose not to go see it.

  Editorial: The Last Straw

There has been much conversation of late regarding restaurants across this great country which are looking at eliminating plastic drinking straws and replacing them with paper straws.

  Editorial: Keep it local

As the holiday shopping commences, think and shop local and invest in our community!

  Editorial: I am thankful

Thanksgiving should be a time when we reflect on what we, ourselves are thankful for in our lives.

  Editorial: Angel Tree 2018

WSFA 12 News has worked with the Salvation Army over the years and our employees have done their part to bring holiday cheer to these less fortunate children.

  Editorial: Where is the Outcry?

Newsweek barely reported a couple of weeks ago former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton cracked a joke about former Attorney General Eric Holder and current Democratic New Jersey Senator Cory Booker looking alike after her interviewer confused the two.

  Guest Editorial: 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

One century ago this month, Alabamians and troops from nations around the globe were engaged in the final weeks of World War I, the largest conflict the world had ever seen.

  Guest Editorial: Live United!

Normally, I’d be speaking to you about the River Region United Way’s annual campaign.

  Editorial: The Caravan

As the caravan of South American citizens nears our border I wonder: what is the intent upon arrival?

  Editorial: Highlights of the Museum

Every now and then I find it necessary to remind folks about the wonderful treasures we have here in Montgomery.

Guest Editorial: World Polio Day

Rotarians came to Montgomery from around the world and the US to educate and celebrate.

  Guest Editorial: Envision Montgomery 2040

Our City stands at a crossroads, and October 25 is our chance to build a brighter future for the Capital of Dreams by coming together with our neighbors, near and far, to lay the foundation for decades of growth and prosperity.

  Guest Editorial: Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Globally, the cost of cybercrime for 2017 was estimated between $450 and 600 billion, as much or more than the entire global drug trade.

  Editorial: Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael has come and gone, but his destruction to property and to lives will be felt and remembered for years to come.