Monthly Archives: August 2013

States Scramble to Find New Ways to Kill People

This seems like another scene out of the Movie called Clockwork Orange. It seems so strange that the country is so dead set on killing its own citizens. States Scramble to Find New Ways to Kill People

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Holder seeks to avert mandatory minimum sentences for some low-level drug offenders

 This is something I never thought I would see coming out of Washington and especially the Department of Justice. The secretary goes on to say: “We must face the reality that, as it stands, our system is, in too many … Continue reading

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Study ties higher blood sugar to dementia risk

Those coming out of prison or even those with friends or families in prison need to pay close attention to this. Prison canteens only sell food and drinks that have high sugar content. A canteen in a quad of 340 inmates can make … Continue reading

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Survivor’s Guilt

Never have I seen a story that so clearly demonstrated the full impact of survivor guilt. Most think of it in terms of war and that is only the tip of the ice berg. There are auto wrecks, house fires, … Continue reading

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Ind. Officials Find School Grading ‘Manipulation’

We know that the higher up you are in the government is the less chance you have of being punished for it. The manipulation of this scope does not go unnoticed be those in the business of what ever is … Continue reading

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Report: Michael Hastings Was Investigating CIA Director John Brennan

What is particularly scary about this story is that investigative government agencies at the local, state and other federal offices with investigative powers look to these trends, themes and powers as precedent setting examples of what doors are now open … Continue reading

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Bodies to be exhumed from notorious Florida reform school for boys

  This reform school was closed down by the Feds not much more than a year or two ago because of human rights violations. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement investigated it and gave it a clean bill of health … Continue reading

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