Column: States’ Rights

Abraham Lincoln did not believe his Emancipation Proclamation would end slavery in the United States. In fact, that executive order only declared slaves free in the states in rebellion against the government of the United States. Slavery in border states, such as Kentucky, which Continue reading “Column: States’ Rights”

A Handmaiden’s Country

Kentucky is the latest state to effectively ban legal abortions. Although the bill’s sponsors claim that a pregnancy may be terminated within 15 weeks of the fertilization of the egg that leads to the development of a fetus. The associated restrictions on who is eligible for the Continue reading “A Handmaiden’s Country”

Column: Georgia

The Governor of Georgia signed a bill two weeks ago that brought tears of joy to the ghosts of Jefferson Davis and Nathan Bedford Forrest. Governor Brian Kemp claimed it was to reduce election fraud, even though no evidence of election fraud was offered or even manufactured for the Continue reading “Column: Georgia”

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