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On Concentric Loyalties: Sine qua non? Sed vere?

MoreRight’s latest article is a short piece on concentric loyalty referencing a dig by Gregory Cochran. Cochran’s original point:

All mammals are more closely related to each other than they are to any bird.

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Philosophizing

Fire Chief’s Feet to the Flame

Kelvin Cochran is fighting back to protect freedom of belief

Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran was suspended without pay in November 2014, and fired in January 2015. 729 more words

Culture

Becky Holland: Mosie Lister joins Heaven's choir

Legendary gospel music writer, Mosie Lister, took his last bow Feb. 12, 2015. He was 93 years old.

Most people in Dodge and Bleckley County, Georgia remember Mosie, the son of the late Willis and Pearl Holland, as a farmer’s son who led singing schools at area churches, schools and events. 546 more words

Ramblings

The Devil's Up to his Old Tricks Again

I had the privilege Tuesday of attending a rally at the Georgia State Capital for former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran who was recently fired because of his Biblical beliefs. 468 more words

Dwindling Religious Freedom

The Mayor of Atlanta, Kasim Reed (D.), just fired the fire chief, Kelvin Cochran, because of a self-published book that reportedly maintained a biblical stance against homosexual behavior.   1,442 more words