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USF researchers find 19 more graves at Dozier School for Boys

I guess it was about a year ago that I did an entry on the Dozier School for Boys and what I consider a culture of violence in the state of Florida. It is a culture of violence that has … Continue reading

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Police: Fla. boy, 13, killed 2-year-old brother

A child comes into this world trusting and ready to learn. Florida is one state that has no concern for those kids that will never get to the starting blocks of life. Its social welfare funding rates at the bottom … Continue reading

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Vast international child-porn network uncovered

I have often seen it written and heard it said that there are no victims in pornography. There is nothing wrong with looking a photos, movies and etc. because it is a victimless crime. Over the years as a prison … Continue reading

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Child abuse in Alachua county is twice the state average.

This is scary “…The prevalence of child abuse among Alachua country is shocking: In 2010, Alachua County had 1200 documented cases of child abuse, which is twice the state average….”  However the question is why or how can it be … Continue reading

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Suspect child abuse? Then tell us about it

This is like a breath of fresh air. Traditionally, the state of Florida has been at the bottom of the barrel as far as child safety has been concerned. However, when they publish an add with a hot line number … Continue reading

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Study links physical punishment to later mental disorders

I think the title says it all. The details are in the story. This is a hot button issue and it appears that most discussion is predetermined by the point of view one has priort to reading. However, maybe it … 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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