Essay on being Different – Baxter – Nobody is “better” than another; we’re all just different. 

Posted by on Jul 15, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues | 0 comments

Too many folks look down their noses at ex offenders, or “convicted felons”. Big mistake, especially when you consider that tens of thousands of them were wrongly convicted. Maybe this little essay helps make the point. Nobody is “better” than another; we’re all just different.  Essay on Being Different When my son was 5 or 6, we were enjoying the day swimming and playing at one of the many lakes in Orlando. Had a...

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Louisiana Prison Officials Sued for Trying to Block Investigation into Abuse of Disabled Prisoners

Posted by on Jul 14, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, Prison Abuse | 0 comments

You know that having SEEN it for 5 years, “up close and personal”, and realizing how counterproductive it is, and how lawless it is, prison abuse is my #1 issue. See so many articles here under that subject.  This article is yet another instance of it, and echos much of what I have been saying for 7 years now. Knowing what really goes on in our prisons, I could only laugh at this statement! LDPSC spokesman Pastorick called the...

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Commentary: Is the increased equity really going to the public good? – This woman has built, and still champions, a fantastic homeless shelter! Maybe the best in America.

Posted by on Jul 14, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues | 0 comments

Another spot on analysis by my friend, Jeanine Kleimo. This woman has built, and still champions, a fantastic homeless shelter! Maybe the best in America, by any measure. When we help the homeless we help our communities, and we reduce crime.  READ the Article: Commentary: Is the increased equity really going to the public...

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Calif.’s Mental Health Campaign Seems to Have Worked — People who saw programming more likely to have received treatment, survey finds

Posted by on Jul 11, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness | 0 comments

In dealing with the fact that our prisons have become the new mental health facilities in America, and all of the abuse and neglect coming from that, my friend and colleague, great lawyer Stephen Hampton, Esq., sees the suffering behind the lost $444 Billion annually which the neglect of our mentally ill costs us. Yes, $444 Billion! He sent me this article; open The Whole Story to see more details. Excerpts from the Article: A social marketing...

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The Supreme Court Just Showed a Way Forward on Criminal Justice Reform

Posted by on Jul 10, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues | 0 comments

From my friends at PLN, this article is quite interesting. “Rehaif v. United States has surprisingly broad implications because it addresses two important, atypically partisan fault lines. First, what level of intent should be required to convict people for crimes? When Republicans in the last Congress proposed sweeping mens rea reform to include a default intent element for federal crimes, Democrats balked, fearing a conga line of...

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GREETING TO NEW INTERNET CONNECTIONS! Information everyone should know! – kra

Posted by on Jul 8, 2019 in Featured, Mental Illness, Other Issues, Police Brutality, Prison Abuse, Take Action Now!, Videos, War on Drugs | 0 comments

This is what I send to most (I don’t have time to get it to all of them) new internet connections, on MeWe, LinkedIn, etc.  Greetings: Thanks for connecting. You may want to subscribe to our weekly eNewsletter. Check out our website, loaded with useful (Enter “Practical Tip” in search bar!) and important information you will not see elsewhere! Should you or any of your connections ever have any questions about any of these articles or...

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