Monthly Archives: September 2013

When Hannah Met Ellie (If you touch me here, right here, and try to fill this big hole in my chest I think I’ll die.)

  Hannah Hannah arrived at the Victoria’s Secret store on West Broadway with an uneasy feeling she didn’t understand but pushed it away as she always did when she felt this way. She knew what she wanted to buy, or at least what Don had told her to buy. Earlier that morning he wanted sex […]

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What’s scary is when you don’t see what’s really evil: A re-write of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

How many people in authority, in schools, prisons, nursing homes, hospitals and mental health organizations believe they know what’s best for the people they care for when in fact they do them great harm? This question was recently addressed by American Icons Studio 360 on National Public Radio in a review of the American classic […]

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What Was Missed in the Shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman

In all of the media commentary and analyses of the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, the focus was almost entirely on the three rules of evidence employed in deciding if George Zimmerman was guilty of murdering the teenage boy. These rules from least to most rigorous include: Preponderance of the Evidence: the […]

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