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The Satanic Temple and Abortion Rights

January 25, 2018 – A few months back, I wrote an article for the Columbia Missourian concerning the abortion laws in the state of Missouri. More specifically, I wrote how a member of the Satanic Temple in Missouri, “Mary Doe,” … Continue reading

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A Split in the Anglican Church

Will the Anglican Church breakup? Well, if you ask the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, that answer may very well be “no.” Why not? Because of the differing views concerning the ordination of women and the acceptance of members of … Continue reading

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A Missourian Commentary – Women in the Military

J. Karl Miller is my “opposite” on the Columbia Missourian’s Opinion Page every Thursday, Wednesday’s online. On March 8, 2013, Karl wrote that Article 60 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice should not be changed and the case of an … Continue reading

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Religion, Women, and The Constitution

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Noooooo! The President is backing down to religious pressures. Yeaaaaa! The First Amendment’s guaranty that government will not interfere with religion is upheld. Daaaamn! Where do I fall in this continuum of seemingly irreconcilable positions; religious freedom versus women’s reproductive … Continue reading

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