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Calls for a return of the death penalty for Tori Stafford’s murderer are merely passionate responses to a horrific crime. But instead of bringing society down to these murder’s level, why not examine another option — a choice — that allows us to punish inhuman criminals whilst retaining our humanity. Continue reading
Trying to erase the memory of Russell Williams, by burning his effects, sends the wrong message. What we should be doing is burning him into our memories, so that we can better prevent a similar horror in the future. Continue reading
Exploring our sliding-scale attitudes when it comes to supporting criminals on the field of play, in the world of art, and in our everyday lives in lights of Michael Vick’s MNF performance. Continue reading
By defending thugs like Ron Artest and Stephen Jackson, they NBA players’ association is doing a disservice to its other constituents. Continue reading