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Rethinking the War on Drugs. They just didn’t think.

This article recently appeared splashed across the front of a section in the Wall Street Journal.  To say the least, a bit disappointed that the Journal would publish something this vacuous. They’re spot on with their initial statements; our war … Continue reading

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Drug War, Treyvon Martin, and George Zimmerman

Treyvon Martin’s death is a very sad tragedy.  Whether it was murder or self-defense I don’t know, we’ll have to wait to see what evidence comes out in the trial for that.  Whatever the outcome though, it is still a … Continue reading

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Preventing Sex Offenses III – Alternatives

Note: this is part of an ongoing series on the extremely high rate of sex offenses in the U.S.  This was triggered by several recently involving people close to me. Part I – Guys Can Be Such Jerks Part II … Continue reading

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Skins – Blinded By The Light Of The TV.

There are rumors circulating that the British teen drama Skins is likely to get pulled by MTV executives due to advertiser pressure. This is good news. What little I’ve seen of the show and heard, pro and con, leads me … Continue reading

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Our Unrealistic Idealistic Vision

Democrats belief and confidence in what government can accomplish truly amazes me. They have an unbelievably unrealistic idealistic view of government ability. It can rescue people from the depths of poverty, rehabilitate juvenile delinquents, provide complete health care to every … Continue reading

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Bad days for vice

Today came word that J. Palfrey, the DC Madam, appears to have committed suicide after being found guilty, not of prostitution, but of using the mail service to, well, mail things. Had the money she mailed been earned making porn … Continue reading

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