‘Law and Vengeance’ A Book about murder and revengeI have been lucky to read a good amount of thrillers lately. Most of them have been pretty good. When I heard about Law and Vengeance I was looking forward to reading it. It definitely surprised me in some ways. I was able to get a review…
Societal pressures for a man’s career may be part of the problem.
“This country’s all I’ve ever known.”
Scott Douglas Jacobsen interview friends, colleagues, and experts, on harm reduction and its implications in Canadian society.
Dave Taylor explains how to discuss some of the concerning effects of marijuana with your teenager.
The child support system has many flaws to work out; but in the meantime, let’s all be clear about what child support is and is NOT!
It seemed like one of those hypothetical situations a professor would present in an Intro to Ethics class, or Philosophy 101.
Instead of telling your black friends that you hope things will get better, show them how you are working to make things better.
Extortion and threats play out on a vast scale in divorce and child custody cases, often by infusing criminal elements into civil issues.
The halls of courthouses are no place for custody and divorce settlements, as justice can be blinded and manipulated in such an environment.
More than 80% of low-income people lack the needed legal counsel for civil cases.
Mansa Musa: richer than “anyone can decribe”.
A documentary about men who have been in abusive relationships. The survivor’s stories and the contributions of experts from the mental health, legal and law enforcement world will illuminate this often overlooked societal ill.
Given that any proposals and negotiations are likely to be based on the idea that Assange will not set foot inside Sweden to talk, it seems likely that he will sit tight in the embassy for some time soon, much to the chagrin of the British government.
Michael Amity calls for action in spreading the awareness of a new Constitutional Amendment.
Jacob Rostovsky recalls a moment when doing something totally ordinary could have had completely unintended consequences.