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Southern Mississippi vs Louisiana-Lafayette en Vivo – NCAA – Sábado 17 de Diciembre del 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás ver el partido en vivo y en directo entre Southern Mississippi vs Louisiana-Lafayette en Fútbol Americano - NCAA en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará a cabo este...Leer Má...
by Sitios Total on Dec 17, 2016

Featured Book: Promises by Ardyce Durham

  About the book: Promises chronicles the lives of two boys who are the same age and grow up together. They are more than friends. They are buddies, constant companions, confidants, and accessories in everything they do. They join the Confederat...
by Epic Book Quest on Aug 19, 2016

10 Sungai Terpanjang di Dunia yang Wajib Kamu Ketahui

Sungai merupakan jalur aliran air yang akan membawa air tersebut menuju laut, teluk, ataupun muara yang lain. Air yang mengalir di sungai sendiri bisa berasal dari hujan, mata air, maupun lelehan salju dan es. Air sungai yang mengalir menuju laut ini...
by Aneka Top 10 on Aug 13, 2016

POVERTY IN AMERICA - How the Deck is Stacked

"Poverty-stricken past and present in the Mississippi Delta" PBS NewsHour 7/22/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Rich in soil, music and culture, the Mississippi Delta is one of those unique regions that has come to hold a special place in the American imagi...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 25, 2016

FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE TRAILER PARK: THE NEIGHBOR

Synopsis: The Neighbor takes place in the small town of Cutter, Mississippi, where most people keep to themselves. But when John (Josh Stewart) comes home to find his girlfriend Rosie (Alex Essoe) missing, he suspects his mysterious and off-putting ...
by Written in Blood on Jul 22, 2016

CLEAN COAL - Goal In Trouble

"Struggles for power plant with White House backing raise concerns about clean coal" PBS NewsHour 7/6/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Clean coal technology is key to the Obama administration's plans for combating climate change.  But a high-profile po...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 11, 2016

Saying Goodbye to Mississippi Atheists

I recently shut down Mississippi Atheists, a blog I had maintained for the last 8 years. In the end, it was an easy decision. Of course, that is only because I deliberated over it for more than a year. I had known it was time to shut it down for at l...
by Atheist Revolution on Jul 7, 2016

#AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile

Note: I want to believe we, the American people, are better than police slaughtering people of color, the systematized racist solution to keeping white people in the majority and people of color powerless. How many of you feel fear every time your sp...
by About Race on Jul 6, 2016

#AltonSterling #PhilandroCastile

Note: I want to believe we, the American people, are better than police slaughtering people of color, the systematized racist solution to keeping white people in the majority and people of color powerless. How many of you feel fear every time your sp...
by About Race on Jul 6, 2016

#AltonSterling

I am immersed in this election campaign, debating and sharing mostly with my liberal friends – most of my conservative friends no longer speak to me, nor I to them. I never thought I would be that person. I always enjoyed having a diverse group of...
by About Race on Jul 6, 2016

Before You Go Nuts With the Fireworks

Men Shun Rocket packs (Photo credit: EpicFireworks)This post was re-purposed from the now defunct Mississippi Atheists blog. It has been edited to improve clarity.Over the years during which I have been blogging about my experiences as an atheist liv...
by Atheist Revolution on Jul 3, 2016

RACE IN AMERICA - Mississippi Segregation Persists

"In Southern schools, segregation and inequality aren't just history — they're reality" PBS NewsHour 6/22/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Last month, a Mississippi judge ordered the state's public schools to desegregate, illuminating the ongoing struggle...
by Mage Soapbox on Jun 27, 2016

French Media Explores Christian Extremism in Mississippi

When I was a teenager who had recently started to have doubts about gods, I remember that one of the few things that made being forced to attend church somewhat tolerable was trying to adopt the mindset of an anthropologist. I lacked a sophisticated...
by Atheist Revolution on Jun 21, 2016

Book Review: The Innocents by Ace Atkins

What I truly enjoy in this series is that some of the people in it cannot keep on the straight and narrow path no matter what happens...
by Man of la Book - Book Reviews on Jun 20, 2016

Book Review: The Redeemers by Ace Atkins

Another great installment in The Ranger series, and probably the funniest one.
by Man of la Book - Book Reviews on Jun 14, 2016

Book Review: The Forsaken by Ace Atkins

I did enjoy the book very much and would certainly recommend the whole series.

Book Review: The Broken Places by Ace Atkins

The blending of authentic Southern living, along with a great crime story, is something that Mr. Atkins pulls off without a hitch...
by Man of la Book - Book Reviews on May 31, 2016

Prince Dies, Henry Rollins Against North Carolina Anti-LGBT HB2 Law

Conservatives in North Carolina (Mississippi too for that matter). Hatred. Fear. Cowardice.This is a short and irregular blog today as I usually release them on Mondays. I thought this important enough to share however because of all the ridiculous a...
by Murdockinations on Apr 21, 2016

How Religious is Mississippi?

I seriously doubt that this is going to surprise anybody, but I could not resist running our state through the Pew Research Center's "How religious is your state?" index based on data collected during their Religious Landscape Study. Mississippi tied...
by Mississippi Atheists on Mar 11, 2016

Mississippi Votes on Tuesday

Following Donald Trump's wins in Tennessee and Alabama on Super Tuesday, it seems quite reasonable to predict that he will win Mississippi when we vote here on Tuesday. This would be consistent with the most recent polls I could find, showing Trump w...
by Mississippi Atheists on Mar 5, 2016


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