WWJD has long been a term used by Christians to remind themselves to think what Jesus would do / react to a situation. Many conservatives actually have worn bracelets to remind themselves to think about it. 304 more words
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Damien Echols was one of three teenagers accused of killing three young boys in their West Memphis, Arkansas community. Public hysteria turned the trial into a literal witch hunt, with accusations of satanic practices, including drinking the blood of the boys. 707 more words
This holiday season, the Davis family and I would like to encourage you to give the gift of true justice!
Our publisher (Haymarket Books) is generously offering a 40% discount on all their books this holiday season. 236 more words
An excerpt from Alcatraz of the South Part 4: Between Life and Death by Michael Lambrix.
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“In the classic novel A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens begins his fictional story with the words: “It was the best of times and the worst of times,” and those words could apply as equally to that first year I spent on Florida’s Death Row.