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WaPo Exposes Addict’s Record to Criticize Mass Incarceration Reform

On Sunday this week, The Washington Post published an article titled “A ‘Virtual Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card,’” referring to the reforms in sentencing made in Proposition 47 in California. The focus of the article is on a 36-year-old homeless man in San … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale Animals Are a Moral Coping Mechanism

I imagine if sheep were self-aware, or had any spec of intelligence beyond an ability to be scared by barking dogs, they could find themselves a comfortable niche within the winter clothing market. The old nursery rhyme, Baa Baa Black … Continue reading

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Baby Boomers and Music from the 60s

As I laid on the couch late last night, soaked in gin and half-asleep, I stumbled upon an infomercial selling a large selection of hit songs from the 60s. Every song that came up during the presentation would be instantly recognizable by … Continue reading

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