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Rabbis Cite Religious Beliefs In Call To Expand Absentee Voting During Pandemic

A group of Missouri rabbis has come up with a novel workaround for state rules about who can vote absentee during the coronavirus pandemic.  Gov. Mike Parson (R) indicated last month that he doesn’t believe that fear of spreading or contracting COVID-19 should be one of the excuses Missourians can cite when requesting an absentee ballot for upcoming elections. […]

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Meghan McCain On GOP’s COVID-19 Response: Americans Have ‘To Call Out B.S.’

Meghan McCain usually believes conservative policies are the best way to handle problems, but even she has her limits. On Monday, the co-host of “The View” lambasted the way the Trump administration and her fellow Republicans have handled the coronavirus outbreak.  “The mixed messaging coming out of the White House now is not only irresponsible but it’s […]


No, You Shouldn’t Call Someone ‘Crazy.’ But Do We Have to Ban the Word Entirely?

As someone who deals with depression, anxiety, multiple eating disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Erin M. is no stranger to the word “crazy.” Others have often directed the word at her in hurtful and derogatory ways—a common experience among many people living with mental illnesses. “One [experience] that stands out was after a suicide […]