How coronavirus is deepening American inequality

Analysis by Brandon Tensley, CNN Apr 6, 2020 Washington (CNN) – In March, Madonna posted (and then deleted) a video of herself in a milk bath dusted with rose petals calling the global coronavirus pandemic the “great equalizer.” Fast-forward just a couple weeks, and that already disturbing way of thinking — shared by a number […]

Snowden warns government surveillance amid COVID-19 could be long lasting

By Abrar Al-Heeti CNET staff Edward Snowden on Monday warned that high-tech surveillance measures governments use to fight the outbreak of COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified coronavirus, could have a long-lasting impact. That’s according to an interview with the Copenhagen International Documentary Film Festival. The US government, for instance, is reportedly in […]

New evidence that lead exposure increases crime

A recent investigation by Reuters found that lead exposure affects kids in communities across the country — not just in high-profile cities like Flint, Michigan. This is worrisome, because elevated blood lead levels in kids have been linked to an array of developmental delays and behavioral problems. More ominously, this could also increase crime. Kevin […]

Parental Kidnapping

What is Parental Kidnapping? Kidnapping is an unlawful act wherein someone takes another person against their will or coerces another person to leave with them and keeps them captive. A kidnapper can be a stranger to the victim or someone that is very close to the victim, such as a family member. Parental kidnapping, also […]

Fraud and corruption in CPS and DFS

Skip to primary navigation Skip to main content Skip to primary sidebar THE PUBLIC COURT EXPOSE THE TRUTH L. Brandeis, Other People’s Money (National Home Library Foundation ed. 1933) “If we desire respect for the law, then we must first make the law respectable.” You are here: Home / CPS Fraud-Corruption CPS Fraud-Corruption *You must Register and Log […]

Inequality, Equality, and Equity

E. J. R. David Ph.D. Unseen and Unheard How an equality approach on an unequal world maintains (and worsens) inequality. I was recently asked to give the keynote address for a youth leadership conference. In the invitation, they informed me that the conference theme was inequality and that I had only 10 minutes to speak. And so as I […]