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Candidate For GOP Nom. Avoids Only GOP Debate, Because Obviously It's Not Important...

I’ve been around the block for several years in the world of campaigns, from policy analysis, campaign managing, commercial development, grassroots activism, you name it I’ve done it. 256 more words

Politics

Marathon: Bonus #1 - Audience Questions

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Bonus #1 – Audience Questions

Attorney Tom Frizzell returns to dive into submitted questions about the Boston Marathon bombing and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s case. 50 more words

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Moral and fiscal failure - take two

Let’s (not) talk about tax.

Let’s talk about the announcement of the new prison.

While your correspondent has been neglecting you dear readers – she has been heavily involved in writing… 25 more words

Criminal Justice

Don't it Make You Wanna Go Home

So I spoke with the prosecutor in my case just now. As usual it was a mixed bag. Good news being there is a new trial date for this summer. 260 more words

PTSD

March 6, 2011

Instinct is one of the original approaches to the explanation of motivation, simply stating

that each individual was born with a distinctive nature in order to subsist. 

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Dreams

MENTAL ILLNESS: MOVING FROM PUNISHMENT TO TREATMENT

When the State of Arkansas announced that it intended to execute eight death-row inmates in eleven days, the story became national news.  What was apparently lost in the story is that more than half of these death-row inmates were likely suffering from serious mental illnesses that gave rise to the criminal acts for which they were to be executed.  785 more words

Law & Policy

It’s Time for the US to Take a More Liberal Approach on Drugs

by Michael Kiroff

In August of 2015, I was arrested and received multiple felony drug charges. I was facing one to 20 years in prison, but I was given a second chance and was given the option of doing drug court. 1,756 more words

Criminal Justice