Everyone has his version of the truth but seldom share it. Whether it’s the taste, the smell or whatever, the ugly thing can help you lose friends and create bitter enemies. I wonder if it’s because once acknowledged, the truth will not leave until you do or stop doing, a particular wrong. Our criminal justice […]
Imagine your name in the news headlines “Prek Teacher Kills Husband”. Yes, I, Alyssa Hogan was arrested for the 2nd-degree murder of my husband and faced life in prison. At the time of my arrest, I had B.Sc., Criminal Justice major, and had worked several years in social services. I had four children, whose father […]
By Leyland A. King September 30, 2017 After centuries of arduous work to give me freedom by saving me, I beg of you, please stop. Stop! The fact is, that when there is any rescuing done at all, the beneficiary is only you. For centuries! Heavenly inspired you were, to rescue my body from the […]
Citizens elect their representative government. They authorize officials to execute, commute, grant clemency among other perceived roles. Capital Punishment is unlawful.
Today, while preparing some notes on another subject, it occurred to me that the state of Kentucky, U.S ranks near the bottom of human well-being scales on every measure: adult literacy, higher education, household income and others. Thirty-two percent of the families live below the federal poverty level thus qualifying for federal assistance. Welfare. http://theweek.com/articles/452321/appalachia-big-white-ghetto How could this be, […]
Why would anyone choose to be the patron saint of people so vile they really should burn in hell. There is no defence for that. Clearly, the perpetrator was fully aware of the abhorrence of his actions, yet did it anyway, despite the well-known consequences. The law has been broken and someone’s person violated. The […]
Potaro335 January 3, 2014 at 5:35 PM (Reposted) Today I read an article titled “Senator Spends Day Off With Homeless Man For A Lesson You Can’t Learn From An Office”. Linked to “Homelessness” by Eleanor Goldberg. Clearly, the composition was not about the victim, anonym Nick, nor about the phenomenon our society struggles with. It […]