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Then the questions get more personal: What color are your eyes? "Fourteen," is the simple answer, or 11, or 13, although the girl's age is in her online profile, which is probably what prompted the prowler to begin the chat in the first place.There is feigned surprise, along the lines of, "Wow, I shouldn't be talking to you." But quickly, it devolves into something a more sinister, with clear sexual overtones: "Are you a virgin?On its website, the religious-right advocacy group offers handy tips on “the Biblical Approach to Spanking.” If the point were only to spare the fine moral sentiments of a few florists, why would the law’s sponsors seek such a wide-ranging exemption from the laws and norms that apply to the rest of society?A helpful clue can be found in a letter that the American Family Association sent out in support of the Mississippi bill before it was passed.
The government, we are told, will no longer be allowed to take action against any foster parent that “guides, instructs, or raises a child…in a manner consistent with a sincerely held religious belief.” If you want to know what that could mean, check out Focus on the Family’s “spare the rod” philosophy of child rearing.Stewart was convicted of manslaughter in February and is serving a seven-year prison sentence.The Mississippi Public Records Act (MRPA) is the legislation which ensures public access to state government documents, records, and information.Tracy Lynn Garner was sentenced Tuesday in Hinds County Circuit Court.
The 54-year-old Garner was convicted Friday of depraved heart murder and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.According to State Senator Jennifer Branning, one of the Mississippi law’s original backers, the real victims of the story are not the LGBT couples denied services but people “who cannot in good conscience provide services for a same-sex marriage.” These are the true targets of discrimination, and we are invited to sympathize with the proverbial florist who balks at providing flowers at a gay wedding or the restaurant owner who refuses to serve a same-sex couple celebrating their wedding anniversary.