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Target “Solution” Adds Uncertainty to Bathroom Etiquette


There’s an interesting controversy contrast between two of America’s leading retailers. Walmart controversies typically occur out in the parking lot and are signaled by raised voices or the occasional gunshot. Walmart executive involvement is normally limited to calling 9–1–1. Target controversies take place inside and are kicked off when an ever–vigilant socialist media commissar spots a political correctness violation. Target ...

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Mentally ill and violent – how to stop the trend

mentally ill shooters

When the media talks about Columbine, the Aurora theater, Lafayette or any other multiple murder event, they focus on only one commonality – the fact that the killer used a gun. They’ve missed a much more important common factor and this one can be fixed. When people snap, they snap. They might drive an SUV into a university gathering area, ...

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In the Face of Personal Loss, Where is Our Compassion?


What has happened to society? Why, when someone suffers a personal loss, are so many jumping to criticize, scorn, and generally offer hate filled messages? Where is our compassion? This morning websites in the United Kingdom opened their pages for readers to offer condolences and tributes with the death of their former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. But before the day’s ...

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