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Blu-ray Review: Into The Abyss

A penetrating look into the darkness of human nature. A Tale of Death, A Tale of Life. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Just Cause

A manipulative thriller that will hold more appeal for Sean Connery junkies than anyone else. Read More »

TV Review: On Death Row Coming to Investigation Discovery

Learn about life on death row and the crimes committed by four inmates in Texas and Florida. Read More »

DVD Review: Incendiary – The Willingham Case

Documentary film deals with controverial Texas arson murder case Read More »

The Black Survivors

The Black male has long been America's chosen bogeyman. Read More »

In the Outcry Over Troy Davis, Where was the Tea Party?

With its supposed love of the Constitution and skepticism of government, the tea party should have been in the fight for Davis' life. Read More »

Norway’s Challenge

Norway's response to the horrific acts which killed 76 people should make us rethink our knee-jerk responses to despicable crimes. Read More »

Book Review: John Wayne Gacy: Defending A Monster by Sam L. Amirante and Danny Broderick

A very different perspective from the usual true crime books. Read More »

California’s Cruel and Unusual Death Penalty

California's dysfunctional death penalty system wastes enormous resources while serving no legitimate societal purpose. Read More »

Interview with Apparent Danger Author David Stokes

We talked about politics, religion, saints and sinners, the media, popular evangelists, and his book, Apparent Danger. Read More »