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* 10 Tech Terms You Might Be Pronouncing Incorrectly -- "To ensure that you don’t come off sounding silly next time you’re chatting with nerds, we’ve compiled this guide on how to properly pronounce some of the terms popular in tech and tech culture."
* 17-year-old high school student beats sitting W.Va. lawmaker in primary -- "A week before her high school graduation, Saira Blair was barely old enough to vote when she unseated a West Virginia lawmaker almost four times her age."
* A Castrated Language Is A Weaker Language -- "A castrated  or neutered language is a weaker language and a weaker language leads toward more weakness."
* Arkansas judge strengthens ruling striking down gay marriage ban -- "The state's initial appeals of Piazza's ruling were rejected on Wednesday by the Arkansas Supreme Court, which said it had no jurisdiction until the lower court's finding was finalized and formally entered."
* Coalition Of Black Pastors Speaks Out Against Gay Marriage -- "A coalition of black pastors have condemned gay marriage, saying it's incorrect to compare the fight for equal marriage rights to the civil rights movement."
* New Paltz Students Find $40K in a Couch -- "So that's why this $20 couch was so lumpy
* 'Pro-choice' Is Just a Propaganda Term -- "Pro-abortionists are fit to be tied over the Missouri Legislature's approval of a bill that requires women to wait 72 hours after first seeing a doctor before having an abortion...opponents of the bill, in keeping with the practice of pro-abortionists never to find any argument too preposterous to assert, said the longer waiting period would push women further into pregnancy before an abortion, which could increase their risk."
* School integration slipping 60 years after Brown -- "For black students, the South now is the least segregated section of America...more than half of black students in New York, Illinois, Maryland and Michigan attend schools where 90 percent or more are minority."
* What does the Extent of the Atonement have to do with Baptist Ecclesiology? -- "Wellum showed from a biblical-theological reading of Scripture, with emphasis on Christ’s  priestly office and New Covenant mediation, how Christ’s death relates to the subjects of particular redemption and Baptist ecclesiology."

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