Monthly Archives: June 2012

Gainesville police shoot (kill) man diagnosed with schizophrenia (part 2)

Not too long ago, I wrote a post about the killing of a schetzophrenic by the Gainesville Police Department.gainesville-police-shoot-(kill)-man-diagnosed-with-schizophrenia. What  we had was incompetent government housing regulations complicated by dumb bureaucrats supervised by self-serving administrators under the guise of political correctness … Continue reading

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Florida planning additional prison privatization

It seems as if no sooner than one projected prison privatization scheme gets sidetracked than the state of Florida has another shoe to drop. Only this time it is paired with an effort to privatize the health services as well. … Continue reading

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Texas college hacks government drone

It seems as if it was only yesterday that I posted a comment about the potential of a terrorist group hijacking a drone and turning it into a weapon. Well it seems as if some college students bought all the … Continue reading

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When discipline becomes abuse

This is a loaded topic and I doubt that there is any sort of consensus at the core of this issues because all too often we make a judgement tainted by our own experiences. ‘…..It is crucially important that the … Continue reading

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Can Transcendental Meditation help rehabilitate prison inmates?

You can argue the this and that of meditation but in a world where: ‘…about 3.1% of adults in the U.S. resident population. Statistics indicate that more than 65% of those released from prison are rearrested, reconvicted, and return to … Continue reading

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Tour of Florida Death Row Cell

  Think in terms of being locked up in your bathroom for 20 years. Now think in terms of one out of nine men and women on death row are exonerated of their crimes that landed them on death row. … Continue reading

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The Truth About Solitaire, Isolation, Deprivation, (SID) Prisoners

There is a lot of this and that written about prisons but the truth is that some 95 percent of those in prison will get out. A second truth is that there are a lot of men, women and children … Continue reading

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Lawsuit aims to throw three Florida Supreme Court justices off ballot

 Don’t know that I ever considered this a possibility but there is the case of three Florida Supreme Court justices running for election that put the brakes on a case they were hearing for three days so that they could … Continue reading

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Gainesville police shoot, kill man diagnosed with schizophrenia

 There are some major pitfalls in making the kind of statement that I am about to make because there are some fine men and women who protect and serve in the Gainesville Police Department. Nevertheless, the supervisors, senior officers and … Continue reading

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Confrontation With TSA Agent Leaves Grandpa’s Ashes On Floor

 There could be a couple of things going on here that are not in the article. First and foremost is that the Orlando TSA office has been the center of incompetence and is one of the first to be replaced … Continue reading

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