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One Woman’s Thoughts on Roe v. Wade

By Leslie Shaw Klinger   On January 22, 1973, in its Roe v. Wade decision, the Supreme Court determined that the right to privacy includes the right to procure an abortion.  In the forty-eight years since, people of faith have been at the forefront of the fight against this ruling. Before science acknowledged that the…

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The Real American Dream

Recently I stumbled across a post on social media that used the table above to assert two propositions: 1) “White privilege” does not exist since whites are near the bottom of this table 2) “The American Dream” is alive and well since the immigrant groups at the top have been able to succeed with the…

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Why Education Funding Is a Terrible Reason to Legalize Sports Betting

 “It’s for the Kids!” By: Meredith Burnett   With our commitment to strengthening the family and to protecting its more vulnerable members, we might wonder how members of the American Solidarity Party in Maryland ought to approach our upcoming referendum, which will determine the legal status of sports betting in our state. What might seem…

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The Impact of COVID on Women

The Impact of COVID-19 on Women: The American Solidarity Party Responds By Nathan Warf Nathan Warf is a proud member of the American Solidarity Party. He serves as an Assistant Professor of Law & Politics at Freed–Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee. COVID-19 has impacted everyone, and researchers will spend a long time studying the different…

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