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Last summer as racial and social justice issues came to the forefront of our country’s attention, Cherokee Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin sent a letter to leaders at Port Neches-Groves ISD with a simple, yet strong message. “We believe that the current national dialogue has provided Port Neches-Groves with the opportunity to reevaluate its use of …

Iced Earth guitarist Jon Schaffer, who recently pleaded guilty to his involvement in the Jan.6 Capitol riot, was apparently assaulted with human excrement while behind bars. Schaffer’s lawyer recently gave details of the alleged incident, saying Schaffer also received death threats while locked up. Schaffer became one of the faces of the attempted insurgency after …

Investigators said a man planned a mass shooting of women at an Ohio university. Tres Genco, 21, of Hillsboro, will face a federal judge in the troubling 2019 case on Friday. Investigators said he identified himself as “Incel,” which means he believes women unfairly deprive him of sex and romance. An expert we spoke with …

One Piece Chapter # 1019 reveals an all-new Devil Fruit ability. What can we discern about this during Kaido’s ongoing fight? WARNING: The following contains spoilers for One Piece Chapter 1019, “Heliceratops”, by Eiichiro Oda, available in English via Manga Plus and Viz Media. While chapter # 1019 of A piece The manga mainly focuses …

“And that package out of your sleeve? Get this?“is certainly not the most famous phrase spoken by a human on the moon. And the objects tucked away in a small package that astronaut Buzz Aldrin had stored in the pocket just below his shoulder. extravehicular mobility unit were certainly not mission essential. They were sentimental …

This month, by order of the Charlottesville, Va. City council, workers removed a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee of what had been Lee Park. Then there was a statue of General Stonewall Jackson from a nearby park that had been named for him. Also in line of sight was a statue of Meriweather …

The European Court of Justice ruled Thursday that employers can prohibit their staff from wearing visible symbols of religious or political beliefs, including the headscarf, in order to present an image of neutrality. The Court ruled on the case following referrals to the Hamburg Labor Court and the Federal Labor Court of Germany, which had …

“The Republic endures, and it is the symbol of its faith. – Justice Charles Evans Hughes, Laying of the foundation stone for the Supreme Court building, 1932 “No court can stop time.” – Judge Felix Frankfurter, Scripps-Howard Radio v. FCC, 316 US 4 (1942) There is no school excursion more common than the trip to …

For the second consecutive quarterly meeting, the Capitol Building Committee stopped Wednesday on the issue of the Stonewall Jackson statue and bust on the Capitol grounds. The status of the statue and bust was not on the committee’s agenda for a second consecutive meeting since the committee held a public hearing on the statuary in …

In Talbot’s essay, there is a predictable opposition between what is “progressive” – ​​and therefore obviously to be adopted – and what is “traditional”. It goes without saying that inherited practices and values ​​generally stand in the way of equality and fairness. She notes that other more liberal Christian churches began ordaining women and adopting …