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Bigot at Boston College: Heather Cox Richardson

Heather Cox Richardson, professor of history at Boston College, teaches nineteenth-century American history at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. She has published numerous articles and books related to the Republican Party, Abraham Lincoln, the war against the South and the Reconstruction which followed. 265 more words


Salon: Father's Day 2015

Below is a link to a piece I wrote about the medical story of my father’s death. I have written already (in Lunch Ticket) about the emotionally complex single hour that followed his death. 218 more words

As Bad As It Sounds: Murder In Charleston

Prepare yourselves. This happened.

A young white male, using black crime against whites as his justification, massacred 9 innocent people at a black church during a Bible study.  684 more words

Salon's Jeffrey Tayler

I’m not in the habit of reading Salon.com, but I was directed to an article by Jeffrey Tayler in which he claims that Justice Antonin Scalia is “unfit” to serve as a Supreme Court Justice on account of his Catholic Faith. 917 more words

'Stompyfoot parody': Jerry Seinfeld laments PC culture, Salon responds with laughable projection

Jerry Seinfeld’s getting some attention over some recent remarks he made about how political correctness is affecting comedy. Salon’s Anna Silman (and Anna Silman) wrote about it: 661 more words