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Corporal Punishment, Community Standards, and the Minnesota Vikings’ Adrian Peterson

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Recent developments in professional football give rise to a discussion of child discipline and community standards. Read More »

‘Jihadi Cool': It’s Not Your Father’s Britain

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As Britain – and all of the West for that matter – twists itself into pretzels trying not to give offense to the descendants of those it once colonized or otherwise dominated, Islam unabashedly seeks to rule the world. Read More »

Halloween in August Is More Annoying than Spooky

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We had trouble locating back to school supllies because pumpkins, witches, and ghosts ruled the shelves. It’s enough to drive a customer batty. Read More »

Killed by Police: Not Only in Ferguson, But All of America

Eleanor Bumpurs: Shotgunned to death by police in 1984

There is a long, long history of white cops receiving immunity after shooting and killing black people needlessly. Read More »

Texting and Walking – Is It To Die For?

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From what I have witnessed texting and walking is reaching epidemic proportions. You have much more chance of getting hurt by a distracted walker than you have of catching the Ebola virus. Read More »

Seven Prison Survival Secrets

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By internalizing and abiding by these principles, a new inmate will save a lot of strife and possibly violence, and even transform potential hard time to easy time. Read More »

The Funeral

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"I'm tired of preaching funeral sermons about dead people who have never lived to dead people who have never lived," said Reverend Ledbetter. Read More »

Transforming Lives on Both Sides of the Prison Walls

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The blind students and the inmate students have a symbiotic relationship of success and hope, Read More »

Federal Prison Discipline: The Case of the Education Behind Bars Newsletter

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Held in solitary confinement for months for publishing an educational newsletter for inmates, I eventually had the guilty findings overturned, but not before much suffering. Read More »

What To Do, What To Do: The Crime of Sexual Assault

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Our societal barometer is broken. Read More »