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Hello America, crime is not symptomatic

Whenever I get that flier from a politician, you know the one with kids on it, I throw it out and make a note not to vote for that person. I suggest you do the same. Our politicians fool us, […]

Hello America, crime is not symptomatic

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Whenever I get that flier from a politician, you know the one with kids on it, I throw it out and make a note not to vote for that person. I suggest you do the same. Our politicians fool us, […]

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‘Men Without Hats’ is still relevant

A good song is like a nice pair of pants. If you keep it around long enough, it comes back in fashion. I always thought that the band Men

Coronavirus and the missing faces

If the goal of any public health agency is to control or contain the spread of a virus, then public education is key. Such information can reduce panic, where

I use Yandex but I am not a spy

Several years ago, someone tried to hack into my Google account. Thanks to Google’s security, I was notified. I still had to shut down my account. Then I went

When Scarface became our president

I never understood the appeal our culture has with organized crime. Not long ago, a social worker was boasting about her daughter’s marriage to a man whose father was

Tips to keep your child safe through adulthood

With all the horror stories we hear about child sexual abuse and abductions, it may help to take a breather but also sit up with caution. The high-profile sex

‘I am destroyed for life,” what abuse survivors and sex offenders have in common

A few years ago, I was thrilled that my book Lolita in the Lion's Den or Pre-teen Juxtaposition got its first positive review from a reader. One after another

Twitter’s policy toward ‘pedophiles’ is key in crime prevention

The letter supporting a Twitter policy toward those attracted to prepubescent and pubescent kids was about two years in the making notes, Dr. James Cantor, a world-renowned scientist, and

Part III, Civil Commitment: ‘Excuse me, your honor, some judicial maturity, please?’

Whether we are addressing the war on drugs, violence, gun violence, child sex abuse, or civil commitment, our lawmakers don’t want to fix these problems. It is understandable and necessary

Part II: Civil commitment and the courts’ historic march toward genocide

Christians have to help Jesus Christ be manifested by their way of life, showing those around them that love, understanding, and tolerance are possible –Thich Nhat Hanh.* Part II will

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