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Hicks column: Katie Arrington unsurprisingly plays the victim card ... again

So, now it’s Mark Sanford’s fault that Katie Arrington lost? In her defiant concession speech Wednesday, the perpetually victimized 1st Congressional District candidate blamed her defeat on the ... read more

Donald Trump- Full Timeline Part Ten: Days 500-568

And… regrettably, the tale goes on: June 5 th, 2018: With outrage quickly mounting as the public learns that yes, the Trump administration is keeping migrant children locked in cages, Trump gets on ... read more

My Food Stamp Challenge

As 2012 came to a close, I decided to set what I believed to be an achievable goal for my New Year’s Resolution: to complete one personal “challenge” each month in 2013. For February (yes—the shortest ... read more

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Making the click-through worthwhile: a surprising and pleasing victory for accountability in Florida, why long lines at a polling place aren’t necessarily a reflection of voter suppression or ... read more


Katie Arrington blames Mark Sanford and his supporters for her defeat in SC

Eight hours after Republican Katie Arrington lost her South Carolina congressional race, she blamed her shocking defeat on U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, the outgoing Republican congressman she bested in the ... read more

Reports of the NCSE

Reports of the National Center for Science Education, or RNCSE, is published quarterly (winter, spring, summer, fall). RNCSE's editor is Stephanie Keep. Starting with volume 31, number 1, in 2011, the ... read more

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It won't stop. This is how they do things.

It's clearly the right thing to do to demand that John McCain and Sarah Palin's sick incitements to domestic terrorism must stop. But it's not going to. This is how they do things read more

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