2014 was an incredible year.
What do preschools and universities have in common?
Feminism seems to be the hottest, hippest trend amongst millennials these days. Everyone I associate with is a feminist, and everyone they idolize is a feminist, too.
The United States announced on July 14th that it has reached a landmark deal in negotiations with Iran regarding their pursuit of nuclear facilities. Conservatives predictably denounced this deal immediately and vociferously, saying things like “the terrorist regime Iran will get its nukes,” “Now we won’t get blown away by Iran’s nukes today. It will just be next week,” and all sorts of other hysteria.
A topic that I don’t usually discuss much in a public forum, or with many acquaintances, is religion.
It has been an expensive few weeks for Mississippi Power (MP). (more…)
Over the past few weeks two specific issues have dominated the public discourse: the confederate flag and gay marriage. Predictably, Christian conservatives instantly expressed their outrage to the gay marriage ruling. Meanwhile the confederate flag continued to embody the fact that symbolism is a complex and emotional issue which has consistently divided my fellow southerners.
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