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The Deal- Charleston Continues To Be A Catalyst For Discussion on Race

The Confederate flag is an unwanted symbol of hate and oppression. Hate that signifies a long history of oppression and offensiveness to African Americans. They say the Confederate flag is a symbol of pride. 408 more words



27 June 2015

Dear Max,

I just read the Obergefell majority opinion (striking down state laws that ban gay marriage) and found myself having ungrateful thoughts, like, why does he have to write that way? 661 more words


Turns out Eileen is a Kennedy in 'An American Poem'

“Do you know what the message of Western Civilization is?  ‘I am alone,'” says Eileen.  “Am I alone tonight? I don’t think so; am I the only one with bleeding gums in this room tonight? 130 more words

On My Mind Lately

SCOTUS: Beautiful Opinion, Brilliant Dissent

I took great delight in reading both of these passages from the recent Supreme Court decision overturning state bans on same-sex marriage.

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Church And World

The same-sex marriage decisions; a view from inside the SCOTUS

Cara L. Gallagher, weekend contributor

History happened yesterday. Will you remember where you were when the same-sex marriage decisions came down? I will. I was inside the Court when we all sat up somewhat shocked to hear the first case of the day was… 1,145 more words

No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were.

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