Campus Sexual Assault: What Are Colleges Doing Wrong?
Jul30

Campus Sexual Assault: What Are Colleges Doing Wrong?

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Mike Peters Guest Cartoon: Putin’s Notches
Jul24

Mike Peters Guest Cartoon: Putin’s Notches

Of related interest: –MH17: Vladimir Putin will lose Ukraine through stupidity --Trapped in His Own Labyrinth: Putin, Ukraine, and MH17 –Will MH17 air crash damage Russia’s Putin? –Flight MH17 demonstrates Putin’s way of business Mike Peters is recognized as one of our nation’s most prominent cartoon artists for his outstanding work as both a political and comic strip cartoonist. His favorite expression “WHAT A...

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Arizona criminal Joseph R. Wood III “…repeatedly gasped for one hour and 40 minutes before dying” in execution
Jul24

Arizona criminal Joseph R. Wood III “…repeatedly gasped for one hour and 40 minutes before dying” in execution

“…repeatedly gasped for one hour and 40 minutes before dying,,,, If that doesn’t stop America’s barbaric executions, I don’t know what will. Certainly the Supreme Court is pushing to enter the hall of shame. At 1:52 p.m. Wednesday, one day after the United States Supreme Court overturned a stay of execution granted by a federal appeals court last Saturday, the execution of Joseph R. Wood III commenced....

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Renisha McBride: Trayvon Again
Jul23

Renisha McBride: Trayvon Again

The jury is being chosen in Detroit for what some think of as a repeat of the Trayvon Martin case. This time it’s about a 19-year-old woman — Renisha McBride — who, after a car accident likely caused by drinking, knocked on the door of a 55-year-old white man and was shot as a prospective “burglar.” In Detroit, you understand, burglars commonly knock first. [Theodore] Wafer shot McBride on his front porch...

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The downside of giving weapons
Jul23

The downside of giving weapons

WASHINGTON — The bodies and debris that rained from the Ukrainian sky offer a cautionary lesson about the danger of giving heavy weapons to non-state actors. I hope the hawks who wanted President Obama to ship anti-aircraft missiles to the Syrian rebels are paying attention. By now there is little doubt that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, with 298 people on board, was blasted out of the sky Thursday by a Russian-made SA-11 missile...

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Putin’s Hard Hat of Indifference
Jul20

Putin’s Hard Hat of Indifference

Balloon Payment For The Sochi Olympics Invade Now For Best Financing Terms The View From The Virgin Islands By John McCarthy TMV Columnist Remember when the worst thing we had to fear from Vladimir Putin was another garish bare-chested, bareback photo opportunity? There had come a time in the career of President Putin when he was even taking flack from Pussy Riot band members and seemed destined for irrelevance. Not any more. The...

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Why Would Putin Shoot Down a Plane?
Jul20

Why Would Putin Shoot Down a Plane?

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Ukraine says separatists took bodies from crash site as part of cover-up
Jul19

Ukraine says separatists took bodies from crash site as part of cover-up

Ukraine says separatists took bodies from crash site as part of...

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Russia Spotted Editing Wikipedia Page About MH17 Crash
Jul19

Russia Spotted Editing Wikipedia Page About MH17 Crash

Russia Spotted Editing Wikipedia Page About MH17...

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Maybe this is the real story behind the downed Malaysia airliner
Jul19

Maybe this is the real story behind the downed Malaysia airliner

Geography, motive, communications intercepts, and all manner of circumstantial evidence suggest that the likeliest suspect in the horrific deaths of two hundred and ninety-eight people aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was the curiously well-armed and well-coördinated military outfit loyal to Moscow in eastern Ukraine. Various government and intelligence officials in Kiev say that they have evidence, including a series of damning...

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MH17: How can the US respond?
Jul19

MH17: How can the US respond?

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Cartoon: Russian fingerprints
Jul18

Cartoon: Russian fingerprints

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Cartoon: Flight 17
Jul18

Cartoon: Flight 17

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Newsweek Rewind: ‘Murder in the Air’
Jul18
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To the Plane’s Left, Ladies and Gentlemen, a War
Jul18

To the Plane’s Left, Ladies and Gentlemen, a War

To the Plane’s Left, Ladies and Gentlemen, a...

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The Mass Migration of Children Mexican Authorities ‘Missed’ (El Universal and Excelsior, Mexico)
Jul17

The Mass Migration of Children Mexican Authorities ‘Missed’ (El Universal and Excelsior, Mexico)

Today we have three columns on the immigration crises from Mexican newspapers El Universal and Excelsior, and from La Prensa of Honduras. All three reflect frustration with the handling of the crisis by the governments in Mexico and Central America, and notably, none expresses any real consternation with the United States. First, as the flow of child migrants traveling through Mexico to the U.S. border continues to build, this...

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Meet the journalist who says she can prove Mexican presidents’ links to drug cartels (Guest Voice)
Jul17

Meet the journalist who says she can prove Mexican presidents’ links to drug cartels (Guest Voice)

Meet the journalist who says she can prove Mexican presidents’ links to drug...

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Is Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel  in big political trouble?
Jul15

Is Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel in big political trouble?

So much for having him being seen as a political whirlwind who’ll easily serve many years as Chicago’s mayor. Rahm Emanuel has hit a political speed-bump. Part of it is due to the blood-fest that descended on Chicago on the 4th of July. And part of it is because no one has ever accused his political style of being endearing or even in power-politics terms utterly irresistible. But the bottom line is this: one new poll has...

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Military Retirees: Light ‘Em Up – at Your Own Risk.
Jul13

Military Retirees: Light ‘Em Up – at Your Own Risk.

I am a military retiree. In the back of my mind I knew that retired members of the armed forces (who are entitled to pay) are still subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). As a hopefully law-abiding retiree I have never given it much thought, however. Furthermore, it was my understanding that if a retiree was ever “hauled-in” to face military justice, it would be for some very severe crime. In a recent article, the...

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Cartoon: CSI Chicago
Jul09

Cartoon: CSI Chicago

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