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The jaded few

By Sarah Snider It seems to me that with all the changes happening in our world, you come across folks who are either really passionate about one side or the other, or those who can’t seem to muster up the … Continue reading

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To vote, or not to vote?

By William R. Toler Though I haven’t yet read Shakespeare’s Hamlet (one of the many books I have that are on my I’ll-get-around-to-it list), I know a bit about the title character from Jasper Fforde’s Something Rotten. I know the Dane … Continue reading

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If you’re not ok with Chick-fil-A being anti-gay…don’t eat there

By Corey Friedman Hundreds of hungry people flocked to Chick-fil-A last Wednesday to enjoy chicken sandwiches and waffle fries and to make a statement against same-sex marriage. The Wilson fast-food franchise reported a 40-percent boost in business on Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day, a … Continue reading

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Hyper partisanship: a Downward Spiral

By Justin A. Chick Since the advent of the United States and its application by our founding fathers, the party system of Democracy was designed to protect and represent our nation’s populace. Unlike the Monarchy of 18th century Great Britain, … Continue reading

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Hoffa ‘hates’ on conservatives

By Chris Kling Did you hear what Jimmy Hoffa said at Obama’s de facto re-election rally that tax payers paid for? He was speaking to the union faithful, stirring up support for President Obama who would take the dais later. … Continue reading

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Religion, politics and the ‘Christian Right’

By Adam Carlson The First Amendment to the American Constitution outlines a concept known as “separation of church and state.” This legislation prohibits the making of any law favoring an established religion, interfering with the free exercise of religion, infrinfging … Continue reading

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