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Mississippi Republicans are killing a bill that would take away state control over approving exemptions for vaccinations so that children can attend schools. At least the anti-vaccination idiocy is so obviously stupid and deadly that even Mississippi Republicans can realize it. Unfortunately, the Mississippi House actually passed the thing and so it will probably be […]
And they say the South won’t rise again. Pshaw: About 35 demonstrators carried Confederate battle flags Saturday morning through parts of Oxford, where university officials have decided to rename some campus streets and cut back on using the “Ole Miss” nickname. Some say the nickname originated as a term used by slaves to refer to […]

A Sad Anniversary

On June 22, 2014

With the Civil War sesquicentennial and the World War I centennial beginning, the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement’s major victories has not received the attention I’d like to

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Southern Demographics

In General
On November 26, 2012
I found this Douglas Blackmon piece at the Post interesting for a couple of reasons. Exploring changing demographics in the South, he notes that Republicans have far from safe majorities along the entire Atlantic coast. Growing Latino and black populations in Virginia and North Carolina have turned those states into Florida, meaning Republicans have to […]
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