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In Mike Pence’s vision of a Christian theocracy, men can’t meet with women who aren’t their wives. So why not spread it from the top across the Republican Party, starting in Mississippi? In recent weeks, in an attempt to better inform readers about candidates in the upcoming Republican gubernatorial primary, Mississippi Today has asked to […]
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The Long Arm of Dunningism

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On August 6, 2018
It’s unfortunate that not surprising that a major publication would run a lengthy piece about white racist Americans. We’ve seen approximately 780,000 since November 2016. However, it is amazing that the Guardian would run featuring Confederate flag humpers that would repeat Dunningesque and Bowersesque myths about Reconstruction. If you aren’t familiar, William Dunning was the […]
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The United Auto Workers has tried to organize southern auto plants for more than 20 years. It has failed in every major campaign, sometimes even when the auto company is encouraging its workers to vote for the union. It’s not that unionizing workers is impossible in the South–there are southern union locals after all–but it […]
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Today in Gun Culture

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On May 11, 2016
If just everyone was armed, all the gun owners, security guards, and police would use their guns responsibly: A Mississippi security guard is facing charges after he shot a man suspected of pocketing a candy bar, WAPT reports. Alvin Gardner was allegedly seen on surveillance camera stuffing a Snickers bar in his pocket and leaving […]
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