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Relying on Psychological Assessments do not Right Death Penalty Wrongs for the Intellectually Disabled

Although the death penalty is on the decline in the United States, the case of James Rhodes highlights the ethical quagmire facing forensic psychiatrists and psychologists whose evaluations contribute whether persons with intellectual disabilities convicted of murder will live or die. 236 more words

Celia B. Fisher

New York Times Crossword Puzzle Answers on August 31st 2016

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Dan Bongino Loses Florida Congressional Race

Dan Bongino gave it another go but came up short in the Republican Primary in Florida’s Congressional District 19. The Florida polls closed at 7:00 pm and before 8:30 pm, Francis Rooney had been called the winner of #FL19. 645 more words

Politics

See #1 in Mike Birbiglia's 6 Tips for Making it SMALL (NYT article)

Mike Birbiglia’s 6 Tips for Making It Small in Hollywood. Or Anywhere.

By MIKE BIRBIGLIA  AUG. 30, 2016 in the NYT

This summer, I went on a 30-city tour with my movie “Don’t Think Twice,” a comedy about an improv group that has to decide whether to stay in show business when one member is plucked for a “Saturday Night Live” type of show. 1,113 more words

Middle Class African Americans Often Live in Low Income Neighborhoods

Attached is a summary of an article from the New York Times. This article points out that middle class African American families often live in neighborhoods below their economic status because these neighborhoods are more compatible with their values and lifestyles. 178 more words

Homeownership

Housing Discrimination by Trump

Here is a link to an extensive article in the New York Times outlining discrimination by Trump.

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