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Confessions Of A Divinity School Dropout

I’m from Mississippi, the state identified in a 2013 Gallup poll as the most religious in the country, with 58-percent of respondents identifying themselves as Very Religious.
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So What About Planned Parenthood?

Planned Parenthood’s got everyone abuzz.
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Wake Up Call for Mississippi Conservatives

2014 was an incredible year.

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New Overtime Pay Regulations: Helpful or Harmful To The Employees Supposedly Assisted?

President Barack Obama  recently directed an overhaul of overtime pay rules in a move to allow potentially millions more workers to qualify for time-and-a-half pay.
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The Danger in “Safe Spaces”

What do preschools and universities have in common?

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Why I’m not a “Feminist”

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.

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Conservatives: We Can And Should Deal With Iran

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.

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Are Women More Liberal Than Men?

The idea was posed to me recently that women have a proclivity toward being liberal.

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Checking the Numbers: Unemployment Rate & Labor Force Participation

(NOTE: This began as a discussion with a friend re: the politics of unemployment and workforce participation. But it got so in-depth, that I decided to share it as a note. FOX and other Right-Wing spinners continue to share a number of cherry-picked statistics and half truths. Here is a more realistic look at these numbers.)

Separation (of Powers) Anxiety: SCOTUScare and Judicial Activism

It’s SCOTUS opinion season, and most of the country is currently discussing the Court’s decision requiring States to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. And while there are some arguments to be had with Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, the greater violation of Constitutional principle was seen in Chief Justice Roberts’s King v. Burwell opinion.
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