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Religious Freedom For Some But Not Others

Bob L.     Just My Opinion, But It Depends On Who You Are.
Dec. 20th 2014

Whether you are a U.S. Citizen or not, the Government or the Courts do not have the right to say  who has the rights to religious freedom, that is what the United States Constitution says, freedom of religion. 473 more words


Police Brutality: More Questions Than Answers

The majority of cops seem to be the Good Guys – otherwise I think we would see even more horror stories than we do.

I don’t think racial profiling (and just plain old-fashioned racism) can be ignored here. 139 more words

News And Opinion

Watching you do everything.

Forget cyber security, that’s a done deal as far as I’m concerned.
A simple case of there isn’t any.

Heres an interesting article on a real clear and present danger. 332 more words


Customer Lifecycle Marketing

Some time ago I already wrote a whitepaper on “Customer Lifecycle Marketing“, but I feel that it is time to revisit the subject as over time it is getting more and more important. 643 more words


Stand Behind Your TRUE Convictions!

I have had a lot on my mind lately and every day I encounter different things that make me go: “Man, I haven’t blogged in a bit. 922 more words

The odd dichotomy of profiling

Sort of lost in the furor over the release of the so-called torture report was AG Holder’s strengthening or expansion of anti-profiling rules for Federal law enforcement personnel. 290 more words



Profiling is an inherent part of human psycho-behavioural function. The psycho-mechanics are well recognized and a variation of this is the concept of a “heuristic”. 410 more words

Humans As Social Animals