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Relevant again, the Declaration of Independence revisited

Which alternative truths do we hold to be self-evident? We are embarking upon the most challenging periods in our history in that the threats we face as a nation are not necessarily the conjured-up plans of some suspicious foreign power; […]

Relevant again, the Declaration of Independence revisited

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Which alternative truths do we hold to be self-evident? We are embarking upon the most challenging periods in our history in that the threats we face as a nation are not necessarily the conjured-up plans of some suspicious foreign power; […]

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To Robin Williams: This Holiday Season you will always be present tense

Manama, Bahrain (Dec. 19, 2003) -- Actor/comedian Robin Williams performs for the audience at an all-hands gathering aboard Naval Support Activity Bahrain. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class

Maryland’s hasty child protection laws support state-sanctioned child abuse

The Maryland Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention provided a statement addressing Governor Hogan’s commitment to the prevention of human sex trafficking and the sex trafficking of minors.

Dr. Charlene Dukes: a maverick, advocate, and leader to retire

“We are a people that made a way out of no way,” said Dr. Charlene Dukes, the President of Prince George’s Community College. As the first African American woman President

The National Association of Social Workers fear of sex may compromise students and clients

In National Association of Social Workers (NASW) blog I thought I found a place where professionals and students could discuss important issues. I felt that the silence around human

Cancel culture and its contribution to sexual abuse

Even President Obama weighed in on why cancel culture is a problem in the United States and worldwide. For a democratic republic, our liberal and conservative advocacy groups have

Manufacturing of trauma is up, encouraging bearish investors

Half of all those in the United States have experienced a traumatic event, according to experts at the University of Buffalo, Many have experienced repeated trauma and are never

Fukushima is not safe for 2020 Olympics, nuclear scientists warn

Would Russia hold the 1994 Olympics at Chernobyl, the site of the 1986 meltdown? Only 8-years later, do we really think it’s safe to hold the Olympics on Fukushima

Pole dancing is for kids, not strippers

A dance studio in Australia posted an ad noting that they would start pole dance lessons for kids as young as 10. Immediate outrage ensued and a parent noted that

‘Largest Darknet Child Pornography’ website owner Jong Woo Son could soon be free

South Korean child porn website administrator Jong Woo Sun had 250,000 images of child pornography on his bedroom computer, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. CNN reporter that 112,500

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