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We are the Lucky Ones

I was really crushed when I heard about the Malaysia Airlines tragedy.

For a moment. Then I was really angry.

I was angry about a lot of things, but mostly because I could feel the loss in my own heart. 461 more words


Victims, Their Families and The Death Penalty

After hearing about the slow and painful death of Joseph Wood, I wrote this piece for Social Work Helper. The full article is available on the link below. 192 more words

The Beginning

Blog 10: Landscape and Memory-Shoes on the Danube Promenade in Budapest

Along the banks of the Danube River on the Pest side of Budapest near the Parliament building, there is a memorial to the murdered Hungarian Jews between 1944 and 1945. 543 more words


Rule #163: News reporting

I watch the news everyday. Pretty much. And, as you may have noticed, a lot of shit gets on my nerves. But what really grinds my gears is when news reporters feel it necessary to interview the family, friends or neighbours of victims of horrible crimes or events. 365 more words

Unexpected Guilty Plea In Sex Trafficking Case

By Tony Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – There was a surprise guilty plea in federal court this past week as a 30-year-old Chester man pleaded guilty to sex trafficking charges as the trial was about to begin. 170 more words


Aluthgama Peace Returns But Questions Remain

While the dust has settled and attempts are being made to restore normalcy in Aluthgama and Beruwela following the violence last month, questions are still being asked and fingers continue to be pointed. 676 more words

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