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John Gleissner
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I am an attorney and have turned into a computer nerd, but before that I was an outdoorsman.
I am an attorney and have turned into a computer nerd, but before that I was an outdoorsman.

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An Empirical Analysis of Racial Differences in Police Use of Force
Roland G. Fryer, Jr. is the Henry Lee
Professor of Economics at Harvard University and faculty director of the
Education Innovation Laboratory (EdLabs). Fryer's research combines economic
theory, empirical evidence, and randomized experiments to help design...

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Simple Solution to the Problem of Police Shootings of African Americans Justice is sought with regard to
individual slayings of African Americans, most recently Alton Sterling and
Philando Castile. When President Obama mentions those particular slayings, ...

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Most
of the police shootings in the last few years might have been prevented had
citizens obeyed the following accepted rules when stopped or approached by
police officers:   Obey
the instructions and orders of the police – it’s the law. Do
not interfere wi...

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The Vicious Cycle of Incarceration
My son-in-law says that incarceration creates a vicious cycle :  The prime correlate of incarceration is whether a young person grew up in a family with a father present or absent .   When a father is absent , the youth is more likely by far to wind up in p...

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PLEASE STOP HELPING US - How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed - A Review
Author Jason L. Riley, an African American, wrote a scathing book about the counter-productive effects of left-wing social policies. PLEASE STOP HELPING US - How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed (Encounter Books, 2014) outlines the major proble...

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Obama's Tragic Let 'em Out Fantasy - A Review
We are indebted to Heather Mac Donald for her excellent opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal on Sunday, October 24, 2015.  She excoriates President Obama for his "preposterous conceit" in equating his own casual drug use with the offenses committed by f...

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" Perhaps the most significant improvement in the field of corrections over the last several decades has been the advancement and routinization of risk and risk–need assessment instruments within justice agencies (Andrews, Bonta, and Wormith,   2006 ; Bonta...

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Why Columbia and Mexico?
Why is it that we point the finger of blame at other countries instead of our own? Isn't U.S. demand for illegal drugs the source of the problem?  Sure, the drugs themselves often originate south of the Mexican border, but the drug epidemic starts here in t...
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