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How will trump spin Edward's win?

Alabama company refuses to print university's LGBTQ-inclusive magazine

Alabama company refuses to print university's LGBTQ-inclusive magazine
“This is more than having personal beliefs,” the editor of the student magazine said. “This is actively discriminating against a group of people."


Due South, a student publication at the University of South Alabama, has been printed by local business Interstate Printing since 2012. However, when the magazine’s editor-in-chief, Sara Boone, sent over the latest issue for printing, she received an unexpected response.

The cover of Due South's latest magazine, which Interstate Publishing declined to print.The cover of Due South's latest magazine, which Interstate Publishing declined to print.Courtesy of Sara Boone

“After reviewing the subject matter of the 2019 Fall edition of Due South, we must respectfully decline to print this issue of the publication,” Tracey Smith, a spokesperson for Interstate Printing, wrote in an email addressed to Boone that was provided to NBC News. “As the magazine expresses freedom of lifestyles, we must express our freedom by declining to print on the principle that we are a Christian company that does not adhere to the content.”

The email also stated that the company had been working with the University of South Alabama for more than 40 years and hoped to continue working with the school on other projects.

Boone said the diversity-themed issue was replete with a mix of different stories about the campus community, featuring writing about race, body positivity, disability, religion and LGBTQ issues. She believes Interstate’s refusal to print the issue was due to its LGBTQ content.

“Initially I was shocked. It never crossed my mind that we’d have an issue with the company,” Boone, 21, said. “I wrote back to let them know that I wished that would have been something they disclosed on their website and that we would be using a different printing company in the future.”

tasty freeper tears

Every victory the rats win in red states Kentucky and now Louisiana is a VICTORY for socialism!! We are screwed if the rats are winning in red states..royally screwed!! We ain’t winning Diddley squat!


To: phoneman08
“Hate to say it, but Edwards wins this rather easily.”
And it utterly defies logic.

Conservative southern state, booming economy, oil producer, Trump state in 2016.

Yet, we see it all the time.

The only plausible explanation is voter fraud or a remarkably stupid electorate.

Or both.


KY had an unpopular incumbent. Edwards has an approval rating of greater than 50%. If he’s pro-life, hasn’t done anything to upset the voters and the potholes are getting filled and the bridges aren’t falling down, it’s no shock. Disappointing, but no shock.


I never say this about any voters or any state...but...I watched POTUS, Trump work his heart to win that governor seat in Louisiana over & over again....and, tonight i go to sleep feeling so badly for our great POTUS, and so upset with the GOP Louisiana voters.

God bless you Mr. President you did all any human being could do...you know the old saying, sir, “you can lead a horse to water....but...you cannot make him drink”!!! Sir; We, the majority of the American people, have your back...forever!!!


Drudge has his lil siren up...hes happy..


even freerepub is projecting dems to win LA gov. COMe on!! why do the Dem areas report last??

5 shot dead in san diego home


Louisiana election website and app go down on election day


I don’t ever remember the
website and app ever going down on election day. But Kyle Ardoin has had time to attend Rispone/Trump rallies. Creative way to suppress voter turnout in favor of republicans in a close election.

The rise and fall of a family over 20 years -- in one living room, in a single shot.

Louisiana NAACP has partnered with Uber on "souls to the polls" for Louisiana's gubernatorial runoff


Nick Knudsen 🇺🇸 #DemCast

Louisiana NAACP has partnered with Uber on “souls to the polls” for Louisiana’s gubernatorial runoff election Saturday!

They’re making it quick and simple to schedule a free ride to the polls. #DemCast #DemCastLA
Free rides to #GeauxVote on Nov 16th: Help re-elect LA’s Democratic Governor - DemCast
Louisiana's run-off election for Governor, is tomorrow, November 16, and it's coming down to the wire! Help spread the word on free Uber rides to the polls.

Russia now also owns the airstrip we built.

Donal Sullivan Retweeted
Brett McGurk
Today in Syria: Russia takes control of main U.S. military facility abandoned earlier this week by American forces on Trump’s orders. This area is south of Kobani and went to Russia under the Putin-Erdogan deal. Russia now also owns the airstrip we built.
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