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How to Answer a False Accusation of Racism

Mike Adams,  Yesterday, a student contacted me with a concern that is common among those taking courses in the social sciences and humanities. This particular student is enrolled in an online criminology class taught by a leftist professor. During a discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement, one of the more conservative students in her

U.S. police shootings echo through criminology classrooms

A new crop of ads on New York City subway cars reads “Justice now, but justice how?” The words evoke the tone of street protests over police killings of black men across the United States during the past three years. But the ads are not a plea from civil rights activists. They are a recruiting

Proposition 57: Do You Feel Lucky?

Debra J. Saunders, Sponsors say Proposition 57, the Public Safety and Rehabilitation Act of 2016, will save taxpayers money by making nonviolent felons eligible for parole earlier and improve fairness by having judges, not prosecutors, decide whether juveniles are tried as adults. Critics call it a “get out of jail early” card. I would add

Updated Biography of Donald J. Trump

Marcus Hawkins, Donald Trump is an American businessman, professional celebrity, and politician who is seeking to become the 45th president of the United States. He is running as a Republican. Personal Life Donald John Trump was born in New York City on June 14, 1946. If elected to the presidency in 2016, Trump would become

Hospital pharmacist charged in theft of 200K pills

 A major hospital’s former pharmacy chief stole nearly 200,000 oxycodone pills from the medical center over more than five years and has been charged under a state drug-kingpin law more often aimed at accused street dealers, narcotics prosecutors said Tuesday. Anthony D’Alessandro was arrested early Tuesday and awaiting arraignment. His lawyer didn’t immediately return a