1. A U.S. service member who worked in a military sexual assault prevention program has been accused of a sexual crime. In the latest incident, an Army sergeant first class, assigned to such a program at Fort Hood, Texas, is being investigated for alleged sexual assault, pandering, abusive sexual contact and maltreatment of subordinates. 2. Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski was placed in charge of a branch of the Air Force’s Sexual Assault...

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Demagogues On Parade – Sex Perverts In Iowa

Several persons convicted of sex crimes in Iowa have been given permits to carry guns. On “both sides of the aisle” the screaming has begun. The general hue and cry is this: “How can it be that such terrible people are allowed to go packing?” Here is the right response: THE WHINERS ARE A BUNCH OF DOPES. In general, the recidivist rate for so-called sex offenders is lower than for other offenders. This is definitely...

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The Boston Monotony

Now, at last, we can go to bed. The Bad Guy is in the custody of even worse guys and we, the public, are delighted. We can call off the media drudges who thrill maniacally to each day’s dull pursuit of a minor criminal. Yes, the media drudges who do their best to promote hysteria. The nation came close to saying freedom of movement is as nothing compared to the danger of a lunatic on the loose. We were inches away from accepting...

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For the third time I revisit the great Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) of 2001. The signatories to the Initiative wrote, By “open access” to this literature, we mean its free availability on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, pass them as data to software, or use them for any other lawful purpose,...

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Make It One For My Baby And 1,200 For the Road

Even Tony Scalia can’t get it wrong all the time. ****************************** Police following up on drunk driving investigations will no longer be able to draw their suspect’s blood without a court order authorizing the search, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday. In a 5-4 decision, with Justices Sonya Sotomayor, Antonin Scalia, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Anthony Kennedy and Elena Kagan making up the majority, the court ruled that...

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Gun Control Goes Down To Defeat — Thank Goodness

I speak as the president of the Gendin Idiosyncrasy Club. I’m glad the Democrats went down to defeat yesterday as they continued their stupid, vicious quest for law and order. I want guns only in the hands of registered hoodlums and Mafia gangsters. I live in dread of gun-packing police who flaunt their weapons openly and I’m not crazy about rifle-bearing “sportsmen.” Obama and his sycophants present their opponents...

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