August 2016

The Problem With Sex Offender Registries

by Diane Dimond on August 29, 2016

He was accused of an unspeakable crime he did not commit. For 27 years Earnest Leap of Oakview, Missouri has lived with the ugly label, “child molester.” With his name on a publicly available sex registry the word quickly spread that he had sexually abused his own son and had “admitted” it in court. [click to continue…]

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Yes, Let’s Fix the Ghetto

by Diane Dimond on August 22, 2016

Fear, anger, cries of racism. This is what seems to envelop America these days, dished up daily by no less than presidential candidates and the media. So many people taking offense at what others say or do I can’t keep track of it all. It’s exhausting.  [click to continue…]

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So, have you decided who you will vote for in the upcoming presidential election – or whether you’ll vote at all?  As you ponder that, realize that nearly 6 million Americans will not be allowed to vote this November. Who are they?

You Going To Vote For President?

You Going To Vote For President?

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Rapists Should Have No Right to ‘Daddy’ Status  

by Diane Dimond on August 8, 2016

Okay, ready to be outraged? 

Here’s the scenario:  A woman says she has been raped. She makes a police report, undergoes the humiliating rape kit testing procedure and names the man she says sexually attacked her. Later she discovers she has become pregnant from that attack. [click to continue…]

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Recruiting Your Child as a Narc

by Diane Dimond on August 1, 2016

A Hidden Danger for College Bound Students

A Hidden Danger for College Bound Students

This is the time of year parents start worrying about back-to-school stuff. For those with college aged kids who will soon go off to live by themselves an extra bit of preparation to think about.

You may not realize it but police departments across the country, especially those near colleges and universities, often “flip” students caught with even a tiny amount of marijuana and recruit them into the ranks of “confidential informant.”

At some universities there is a wide circle of these student-tipsters who have all been made to promise to turn in other campus drug users in exchange for leniency in their own narcotics case. [click to continue…]

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