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Tomb Of Nostalgia

Unloved Daughters and The Code of Silence

It usually comes as an enormous surprise to unloved daughters that there are other girls and women out there who had similar experiences, who were also ignored, dismissed, put down or marginalized by the very individual who was supposed to love them unconditionally…. 8 more words

Emotional Abuse

CN Feb 16 2016

“We have a crisis of the civil order in Chicago.”

That’s the terse assessment of one of Chicago’s most tenacious and respected journalists and writers. Jamie Kalven has been immersed in Chicago’s most impoverished neighborhoods for decades, but he’s still holding on to some fundamental optimism. 965 more words

Chicago Newsroom Past Shows

Police Code of Silence Facts Revealed

The National Institute of Ethics has concluded the most extensive research ever conducted on the police Code of Silence. Between February, 1999 and June, 2000, 3,714 officers and academy recruits from forty-two different states were asked to participate in the study by the Institute. 198 more words


“Shield of White”: A culture of silence among nurses

Imagine… a young professional nurse excited about her first appointment to a national committee. In the midst of her happiness she discloses the good news to her colleagues. 532 more words


Below the Surface (Code of Silence #3) by Tim Shoemaker

Jessica Rose’s Review:

Below the Surface is the third and  final book of the Code of Silence Series.  It wraps up the adventures of the four friends Cooper, Hiro, Gordy, and Lunk. 722 more words

Juvenile Fiction

In Memoriam: VHS and the Philosophical Rewind

On September 15th, 1830, William Huskisson died because the world sped up and he didn’t notice.

Poor bastard.  Huskisson, a man whose chief talents apparently lay in a facility with the French language and inheriting great sums of money, dove into British politics after witnessing the dawn of the French revolution as a young man. 909 more words