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"Those kids have the right idea!"

Two Boys, Age 5, Tunnel Out of Kindergarten to Go Buy a Jaguar

. Best story of the week? Month? Year? And I’m just talking about the parents! Get a load of this: MOSCOW, eeaazeybre Sept 8, 2015: Two five-year-old Russian boys used spades to dig their way out of their kindergarten and set off on a mission to buy a Jaguar sports car, Komsomolskaya Pravda daily reported […]

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"May my five digits touch your five digits?"

Is it “Rape” To Hold Someone’s Hand without Explicit Consent?

. In the fairy tale “The Princess and the Pea,” a princess is placed atop a pile of mattresses. Her exquisite sensitivity allows her and her alone to feel the pea underneath them all. You’d think that would signal to everyone: “Get away from that princess! She’s impossible!” And yet she has become a role […]

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Say you're innocent and settle in for a longer stay.

Claiming “I’m Innocent!” No Longer Automatically Precludes Parole

Readers — Did you know that until now, prisoners up for parole would automatically be turned down if they continued to “insist” they had not committed the crime? Using the dumbed-down, talk-show psychobabble that passes for truth in our justice system, proclaiming innocence was actually considered PROOF that the prisoners were in denial, hence, unrehabilitated.  And so, […]

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