Post Tagged with: "Mississippi"

Busted! ‘Homophobic’ Southern States Watch More Gay Porn Than Other States

Map of pornhub's gay porn searches by state courtesy of PornHub.

Who watches more gay porn? A new study shows a most interesting answer. Them good ol’ boys are doing an awful lot of one-handed typing at their computers!

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School Bullies ‘Lesbo Dyke-@ss Freak,’ Forces Her To Use Boys’ Bathroom (VIDEO)

School Bullies ‘Lesbo Dyke-@ss Freak,’ Forces Her To Use Boys’ Bathroom (VIDEO)

Teachers and students bullied this lesbian teen ‘to the point of suicide,’ called her vile names, and forced her to use the boys’ bathroom. Now she’s suing.

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Mississippi County Gets Civil Rights Lesson From A Harassed Sikh Truck Driver

Mississippi County Gets Civil Rights Lesson From A Harassed Sikh Truck Driver

In a move that Mississippi might be regretting, a Sikh man was arrested and humiliated in the state over refusing to remove religious attire.

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Texas Throws Temper Tantrum, Refuses To Process Benefits For Same-Sex Military Couples

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They say everything is bigger in Texas. Apparently this includes being petty and spiteful. Maybe next time they’ll stamp their feet and hold their breath?

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Mississippi Hates Gays More Than It Loves The Free Market (VIDEO)

Mississippi Hates Gays More Than It Loves The Free Market (VIDEO)

Pat Newton used to run an LGBT friendly bar in Shannon, Mississippi, and when she tried to reopen it recently, found herself faced with discrimination.

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Remembering Two Civil Rights Champions

Remembering Two Civil Rights Champions

June marks the anniversary of the deaths of two civil rights giants who helped to change this country – Robert Kennedy and Medgar Evers.

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Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant Says Working Moms To Blame For Downfall of Education (VIDEO)

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant Says Working Moms To Blame For Downfall of Education (VIDEO)

According to Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant (R) education started to go down hill once women started working to support their families. During a Washington Post Live event Gov. Bryant was asked, “How did America get so mediocre?” regarding education. He responded, “I’m gonna get in trouble if I… you want […]

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Letters Containing Ricin Poison Sent To Bloomberg And Gun Control Group Director

Michael Bloomberg is one of two who received letters containing ricin, apparently in retaliation for their taking steps toward greater gun control. @M.Keyt

It appears as though a gun nut decided he didn’t like what these men were saying so he took it upon himself to try to kill them with the deadly ricin.

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Conservative Mississippi Seeks To Toss Women In Prison For Miscarriages

Miscarriages in Mississippi could get you jailed;@MSN

Miscarriages happen naturally all the time. Punishing women for that is the kind of thinking that belongs in the Middle Ages, not 21st century America.

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These Young Ladies Objected To Forced Proselytizing At School Assembly

These Young Ladies Objected To Forced Proselytizing At School Assembly

These are two amazing young ladies. They are standing up for what this country is supposed to be about, rejecting the religious assembly in their school.

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Mississippi Supreme Court Reverses Itself, Grants Stay Of Execution After DOJ Intervention

Mississippi Supreme Court Reverses Itself, Grants Stay Of Execution After DOJ Intervention

On Tuesday, Mississippi came within a whisper of executing a man who has been pleading for DNA testing of previously untested physical evidence.

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Mississippi School Forces Students To Listen To Christian Lecture, Teachers Block Exits

South Carolina schools could soon be forced to conduct prayer in the classroom if a piece of legislation is passed this year. Church and State Separation? - Image @ACLU

When you have to hold school children captive to promote your religious views, maybe you should rethink your religion.

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Who IS Paul Kevin Curtis? Eight Things You Can Learn About The Ricin Suspect From Facebook (VIDEO)

Photo from the Kevin Curtis Live fan page. https://www.facebook.com/1stelvisguy

The man arrested for the ricin letters is a gun owner, musician, conspiracy theorist, Elvis impersonator … and a Democrat?

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Mississippi Man Arrested By Federal Agents For Ricin Scare (VIDEO)

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Paul Kevin Curtis of Tupelo, MS was arrested in his home, and may go to trial by Wednesday.

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Mississippi Republicans Foiled By Federal Judge In Attempt To Close State’s Last Abortion Provider

Mississippi Republicans Foiled By Federal Judge In Attempt To Close State’s Last Abortion Provider

A federal judge in Mississippi has issued a temporary order to prevent the state’s sole remaining abortion provider from being closed.

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April Is Confederate Revisionist History Month

Nah, this wasn't that bad. We fed them, didn't we?!

To those that say slavery wasn’t all that bad and, in fact, was GOOD for African Americans, I can only say this: ‘How ’bout YOU take a turn in the fields wearing chains and THEN tell us how it was?’

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Mississippi Governor Signs Bill Forcing Public Schools To Give Students Open Forum To Push Religious Views On Others

Mississippi Governor Signs Bill Forcing Public Schools To Give Students Open Forum To Push Religious Views On Others

The law dictates that school administrators interrupt the business of educating our kids to allow students to openly preach religious beliefs regardless of what other students may or may not believe.

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Fattest State In Nation Passes Bill To Prevent ‘Government Intervention’ In What And How They Eat

Mississippi’s obesity rate highest in the nation at 34.9%; image @PewterReport

Despite hope that people WOULD manage their own health without interference, they aren’t. That’s costing anyone paying taxes a whole lot of hard-earned dollars.

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Personhood USA Pushes Another Personhood Ballot Measure In Mississippi

Personhood USA Pushes Another Personhood Ballot Measure In Mississippi

The people of Mississippi just can’t seem to convince Personhood USA to take no for an answer.

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Two-Year-Old Child Cured Of HIV, First Recorded Case

Two-Year-Old Child Cured Of HIV, First Recorded Case

The child’s mother was HIV-positive, and the child, was born with the autoimmune disease as well. Dr. Deborah Persaud made the announcement of the cure.

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