Monthly Archives: April 2011

San Diego’s Judge Lisa Schall puts women at risk

Although San Diego media is widely reporting the arrest of five, long-time veteran San Diego police officers for sexual assault charges ranging from sexual battery to rape; not reported is the background of Judge Lisa Schall’s refusal to issue a … Continue reading

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Getting murdered in Arkansas remains super easy

Turns out while Missouri and Arkansas tie for 7th in the nation for women getting murdered by their “intimate” partners, media is still tip-toeing around our national ugly reality. First, there’s really no such thing as “domestic violence.” That’s just … Continue reading

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When Therapists are Dangerous

When Therapists Are Dangerous This post, largely directly from the Fifth Appellate District of the California Court of Appeal, is designed to educate the public as to the reality of so-called “Mental Health professionals” and their enmeshed (yet profitable) relationship … Continue reading

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Thank You Mr. Lumet

You were wonderful.

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