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GOOD COP, BAD COP, AND FLIPPING BURGERS

Evidence – I think people generally understand the meaning of the word – in legal parlance it can be circumstantial or “hard”.

But “evidence” can and has also been manufactured or surpressed – you… 961 more words

Reality

Faith

contorts reality

without the

evidence.

Even the disciples

needed miracles

to believe.

© Tammy Mezera 2015

Spirituality

The Value of Social Media Law

Many of the law enforcement agencies I consult with ask about how to use social media for undercover operations. They know social media is the knew age of policing, but are not sure where to begin. 311 more words

Authentication

Uninspiring discussion on OHS in Tasmania's Parliament

On 28 April 2015, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work, the Legislative Assembly of the Tasmanian Parliament discussed the significance of that day as a Matter of Public Importance. 943 more words

OHS

False positive highlights limitations of familial DNA searching

Michael Usry, a young New Orleans filmmaker, has a flair for the macabre. His award-winning output includes titles like “Murderabilia,” a dark production that spotlights the trade in collectibles related to real-life killings and other violent crimes. 2,075 more words

Why Defend My Faith?

Is there a difference between knowing what you believe and being able to defend it? 

I remember the first time my faith was challenged. It was a warm summer evening in downtown Ft. 643 more words

Apologetics

Nonprofits are saying, "If you want better data and outcomes, show me the money!"

A new report from the Center for Effective Philanthropy finds that the imperative for improved data collection and outcomes lies as much with the foundations, as it does the nonprofits that report the data. 369 more words

Evidence