The struggles of an Alabama Judge

It must be hard to be a judge in Alabama right now, with the confusion of probate judges about whether to issue licenses or not. The Washington Post covers one such judge’s dilemma. [Read more...]

Mississippi seeks to make Christianity its state religion

Mississippi is seeking to throw their citizens backwards a few hundred years. The Magnolia State Heritage Campaign, which sounds harmless enough, is seeking to overhaul the state with its proposed constitutional amendment, Initiative 46. The initiative would amend the state’s constitution to establish English as the official language of the state, make April “Confederate Heritage Month,” [Read More...]

The Week in Review – Law and Secularism 2/21/13

Anne’s back… Frankenhand’s post-surgical bandages are off. I can type again! This is good news, because I can’t dictate well enough for Dragon Naturally Speaking to understand me. When I complained about this to my former secretary the other day over lunch, she cleared her throat awkwardly, shifted uncomfortably in her chair, and changed the [Read More...]


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