Let’s not blame the victim, but…: Defining Sexual Harassment

By Virgie Thibault I’m aware that the topic of sexual harassment carries a significant amount of emotion with it, so I will be handling this subject as delicately as I can without drawing back on the logical points that are not being made in the current discussion that our world is having.  Also, as a... Continue Reading →

Black America’s Pyrrhic Victory In Alabama

By Jeffrey Charles   After Roy Moore was defeated in Alabama’s election last week, the Democrats and liberal pundits lavished praise on the black female voters who gave Doug Jones his victory. The left celebrated these voters for ensuring that the Republicans will have a thinner majority in the Senate. It’s understandable, given the fact... Continue Reading →

Friends Across the Aisle: Part 2

This is part 2 of a multipart series about cross-political friendships. For part one, click here By: Ellison Wade James voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012. In 2016, he voted for Trump. How does he make the leap? James attributes his liberal past to an innate desire toward rebellion against his rural, blue collar... Continue Reading →

Measuring Victory and Failure in Alabama

By Thomas Lazo In the aftermath of any election no amount of success or failure is immune from the often baffling distortions of a partisan mind. Democrats morose after the election of Donald Trump were quick to find solace in the idea that perhaps his election would be the event that exacerbates the internal divides... Continue Reading →

Friends Across the Aisle (Part 1)

By Ellison Wade This is part one of a series on holding friendships across party lines. Check back in the coming weeks for future installments What I expected to learn from such an experience, I’m unsure. But there I was, providing him a platform. Hoping I suppose, naïve romantic that I am, he’d hear himself... Continue Reading →

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