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‘Personhood’ bill introduced to Mississippi legislature again

Three Republican and one Democratic Mississippi legislator have authored a proposed amendment to the state’s constitution that would defined “a person” as beginning at the moment of conception, according to Talking Points Memo. The Right to Life Amendment of 2012 is intended to ban abortion and to set up a…

On his way out, Mississippi governor Barbour pardons murderers

STARKVILLE, Mississippi (Reuters) – Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour pardoned four convicted murderers who worked at the Governor’s Mansion, releasing them from prison in the final days of his term in office, state officials said on Monday. In all, Barbour pardoned four men convicted of murder and another convicted of burglary…

Hate crime in Mississippi

While Matt Drudge cranks out a constant flow of propaganda to convince his easily-bewildered audience that there's some kind of black-on-white race war going on, CNN is reporting an actual hate crime in Mississippi. Warning: while the video isn't gory or anything, they do run surveillance footage of the murder.…

‘Christianity’ in Mississippi: Constance McMillen & learning disabled students sent to fake prom

I think it’s safe to say that if you’re LGBT, the vast majority of people in Fulton, Mississippi think you’re lower than dirt. For young Itawamba Agricultural High School student Constance McMillen, who merely wanted to take her same-sex date to the school prom, it has been a lesson in…

Unions Are Killing Toyota

Well, poop. Toyota will not be opening up a new Prius plant in Mississippi because of the slowdown in car sales and overall economic situation. Methinks Mississippi workers need to start taking pay cuts, and soon. This is what Michael Barone tells me, and dude writes an almanac and shit.…

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