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Mr. Pitts and His Dangerous Proposition for Religious Freedom

It’s surprising that such anti-intellectual material is published. Leonard Pitts’ article Jeb Bush chooses experience on gay marriage issue is just that, the pits! If an accomplished ‘writer’ can’t make a coherent point without leveling a barrage of ad hominem attacks, then I question his own ability to make a strong or intelligible point, must […]

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Surrender is Not an Option

Last week I found out that a friend of mine had ended her own life. I was shocked to receive the news. She was a lively person with an outgoing spirit and happy go lucky attitude. I would’ve never imagined her doing such a thing, but apparently, she did. She worked in an establishment that […]

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It’s Wabbit Season! (Why Pro-choice advocates hate pictures)

On Facebook today, I saw where one of my “pro-choice” advocate friends had posted the ruling of the US District Court of Appeals that struck down the North Carolina law that apparently provided a mandate to abortion providers to show ultrasound evidence (pictures, heartbeat, etc.) to potential abortion patients. The ruling was supposedly a protection […]

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The Right Question About Abortion

In an opinion article published by the Bristol Herald Courier on October 28, 2014, the author, Daniel Lasris, encouraged voters to vote “no” on Amendment 1 on Election Day in Tennessee. This constitutional amendment, which is under great scrutiny by the media, gives the state government more power to regulate abortions in the state. Abortion […]