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Is former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Eliott falling in former Ravens running back Ray Rice path ?

Dallas Cowboys rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott is already going down the wrong path and he has not been in the NFL for more than 5 months . 57 more words


Hillary deserves a worthy opponent, but got Donald Trump, instead.

In the area of “First Things First,”

as a woman who has dreamed of a woman President since I was a child; I am conflicted. … 975 more words


Oakland PD Sergeant Avoids Domestic Violence Charges Despite Video Evidence

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A decorated Oakland police sergeant faced no criminal charges for his domestic violence arrest last year and remains in his position despite evidence of a history of abuse turned over by his ex-girlfriend, including allegedly threatening her with a gun to her head, according to newly released police documents and the woman who reported the abuse. 1,962 more words


Have Justice-Will Travel: Wynona Ward, domestic violence justice pioneer

Wynona Ward grew up in poverty on a rural back road in Vermont where family violence was common. She and her husband drove long-haul trucks. She began to realize she could combine her vocation as a trucker with the desperate need for victims of domestic violence in rural communities to have access to legal and other services. 122 more words


Steps Against Domestic Violence: Kelly Dougherty

Between 1994 – 2014, half of all Vermont homicides were a result of domestic violence. Steps Against Domestic Violence — formerly known as Women Helping Battered Women — provides services to those affected by domestic violence in Burlington and Chittenden County, Vermont. 74 more words


Who is Controlling Who

Being married is meant to be about being equals – A partnership, A Ying and a Yang kind of balance.  But what happens when that isn’t the case? 647 more words

Back off War child. Seriously

Yet another alleged radicalisation case, this time private law.

Amongst the many allegations, that the father had wanted to give the child a name which in Arabic meant “War” 6,124 more words

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