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1991 Homicidal Handyman Case: My Jury Tampering Questions Linger

By Katy Grimes

1991 Homicidal Handyman Case: My Jury Tampering Questions Linger
I received a jury summons in the mail last week. Whenever this happens, I stare at it for a few days or weeks, and then try to dream up an exotic excuse why I cannot possibly serve. I’m not trying to get out of my civic duty; I paid my civic debt years ago on a death penalty jury—and I was a casualty of jury tampering.

The Role of the Police in Andrea Horwath’s Sanctuary Province

By Arthur Weinreb

The Role of the Police in Andrea Horwath’s Sanctuary Province
As the Ontario election campaign enters its final two weeks, the PCs are dropping in support while that of the NDP is increasing. The majority of new support for the socialists comes from Liberal voters realizing the almost certain death of their usual party of choice. Some polls predict the governing Liberals will end up losing official party status.



Another School Shooting - “Isn’t Anybody in Charge”?

By Peggy Ryan

Another School Shooting - Isn't Anybody in Charge?
I’m sick and tired of these pseudo-adults wringing their hands, playing politics, and acting like impartial observers as our kids are gunned down.  Arguments, discussions, conversations, legislation, all dangerous delays that leave our kids as sitting ducks while these people play the role of grown-up, while they “talk”.

Lessons Gleaned from Gavin Newsom’s Protection of MS-13

By Dennis Jamison

Gavin Newsom's Protection of MS-13
Last week, a purposeful distortion of President Donald Trump’s words by the Lieutenant Governor of California went beyond mere grandstanding to gain political clout during the state’s primary campaign season.

Strange bedfellows devising school curricula

By A. Dru Kristenev

Strange bedfellows devising school curricula
The misconstrued separation of church and state has taken some incoherent twists and turns over the last few years creating the strangest of bedfellows that puts new emphasis on the old adage of “sleeping with the enemy.”

It doesn’t seem to matter which school district is in the limelight when so many are buckling to popular liberal thought that is replacing true science with pseudoscience, invading curricula, especially for elementary and middle school students.



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