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A New, Unsettling Force of Inclusive Love

Sermon Delivered for the Poor People’s Campaign – Arkansas State Capitol, Little Rock, May 21, 2018

For God so loved the world, that God came into the world to show us how to love our neighbors as ourselves—All of our neighbors, but especially our neighbors who have been pushed to the margins: the sick in need of healthcare; the immigrant in need of a home; the poor in need of a living wage; school children who just want to be safe and get a quality education; people of other faiths who hunger for respect; and people of color who thirst for their lives to matter. 694 more words

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Court Allows Texas To Enforce Discriminatory Voter ID Law For Midterm Elections

Voting rights advocates are prepared to keep battling Texas’ discriminatory voter ID law all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court if necessary.

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Why Democrats hate the Electoral College (Or any system to ensure Electoral Integrity)

Since my piece on the Electoral College has been such a smashing success I have decided to do this fun follow up, expanding upon my criticisms of efforts to undermine our electoral system and specifically targeting the people who try. 1,725 more words


Op-Ed: Voting ID Laws Should Be Abolished

When we consider our constitutional rights and duties, being a citizen who votes is near the top of that list. It would be silly to list all of the reasons why voting is important and the impact it can have on our rights and freedom, but it’s obvious that the act of voting itself is agreed upon as important in a bipartisan form of government. 664 more words

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Voter ID Laws: An Issue Brief


According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, “34 states have laws requesting or requiring voters to show some form of identification at the polls” (ncsl.org).   420 more words

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