Monthly Archives: November 2012

Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants

If anyone ever doubted the political power of the American law enforcement community, they only need to take a look at an initiative in the senate to add privacy to the communications of emails and other electronic communications between private … Continue reading

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Taking down Colombia’s “super cartel”

 Whereas I have not had TV for maybe 5 or more years, this 60 minute expose on the “super cartel” of Colombia is nothing less than amazing. We are talking of cocaine money in the billions of dollars and cocaine … Continue reading

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New Report Shows States are Reducing Recidivism: Tell Congress Today!

This came to me in an email and I pass it on for general information.    New Report Shows States are Reducing Recidivism: Tell Congress Today!   UPDATE   The Council of State Governments Justice Center’s National Reentry Resource Center recently … Continue reading

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Quadriplegic Rapist to be Released from Prison

Makes ya wonder if crime and punishment in our society is about crime and punishment or is it a business. It is the state’s job to protect everyone in prison. This the state failed to do.  Now the state is … Continue reading

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Battered Mothers, Child Custody, Court Abuse

This is a very powerful statement and it was not found in the press. There has to be a reason why and I sure would like to know and understand it. ” When it comes to Domestic Violence, besides all … Continue reading

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Meditation Influences Emotional Processing Even When You’re Not Meditating: Study

This is not some touchy feely study conducted in questionable settings with subjective findings. “This is the first time that meditation training has been shown to affect emotional processing in the brain outside of a meditative state,” study researcher Gaëlle … Continue reading

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Drug Shortages Persist in U.S., Harming Care

 Strange how the drug shortages work out. It is the profit motive to the last breath. Those that are easy to manufacture and have a high demand are readily plentiful. Oxycotin, Gabapentin, Haldol, Viagra, Adderal, Aspirin, etc. there is no … Continue reading

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