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Major League Baseballs Shot Across The Bow

The decision by Major League Baseball to pull its All-Star Game and draft out of Atlanta and relocate it to another location over the recently passed Georgia voter suppression law, however, is not your typical boycott. Not only is it warranted, it will hopefully send a clear and unambiguous message to other states that are considering similar voter suppression laws. You screw around with voters’ rights, you’ll face the consequences.

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The Low Down on Georgia’s Voter Suppression Law

For the second time this month, a voter suppression bill was passed into law. This time around, it was Georgia and governor Brian Kemp did the honors. And just to make sure everyone got the message, the signing took place in a closed room under a painting of a slave plantation. Because if you’re going to pass legislation that disenfranchises African American voters you might as well go all out and rub their noses in it. At least they wore masks instead of hoods.

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Remembering Troy Davis

This season on The Newsroom, as is their wont, the show covered the time period around the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. For the uninitiated,…

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Georgia Passes New Law: Every Gun Owner Is Required To Shoot One Family Member

Don’t worry, it’s not as horrible as it sounds. The new law states, very clearly, that the gunshot wound must be in a spot that…

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