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Capital punishment could come to an end in America

Wiping the stain of capital punishment clean On Monday, the Supreme Court will decide whether to hear a case with the potential to end this nation’s abominably long and freakish experimentation with the death penalty. That’s right, drum roll, please. […]

Capital punishment could come to an end in America

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Wiping the stain of capital punishment clean On Monday, the Supreme Court will decide whether to hear a case with the potential to end this nation’s abominably long and freakish experimentation with the death penalty. That’s right, drum roll, please. […]

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Outrage over GQ is tied to IQ

I did some really deep research today and found out GQ magazine has a little over 600,000 subscribers and about 800,000 readers. In other words, most people, myself included,

Sexual harassment isn’t just a Hollywood issue

Sexual assault is not something that should be a hot topic. It shouldn’t be trending, but the truth has reared its ugly head again, and now the public is

White House cuts ‘red tape’ to empower businesses

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is an editorial written by Robyn Sachs, who is the President and CEO of RMR & Associates, Inc. She was invited to the White House to

Mental health: It’s time to talk about it

Go ahead, admit it. You've thought about it. Maybe it was a fleeting moment. Perhaps it was something you pondered for a while and changed your mind. It may

Trump asking for a wall of trouble

Lately I have been thinking about Trump’s wall. While I understand why many want to see it built, I also understand why it is opposed. The two camps have

Should qualifications for president be stronger?

All in all there have been fourteen Presidents of the United States who have never served in the military. Most recently that list includes Franklin D. Roosevelt who served

Reality eclipsed by the moon

I was just picking up the pieces of my life after a horrible bout of Y2K Virus when everyone started screaming about the next apocalypse, or was it eclipse?

Vietnam: Memories are made of this, or maybe not

How collective memory is formed, and the crucial influence it exercises on the way a people orient themselves toward the world, is the subject of a fascinating new book

Trump is the most dishonest president in history and it’s ruining the nation

There's an old joke about a husband who wakes up every morning and says to his wife, “I want to apologize in advance for everything I do wrong today.”

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