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Why Crime Pays!

Crime pays because of the lack of national and local prevention programs. Crime pays because it does NOT pay to get involved to help solve crime. It is easier to look the other way and not be burdened with the responsibility … Continue reading

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A 2013 Thank You To Our Veterans!

It is so easy to revere professional athletes, movie stars, and other professional entertainers, who make tons of money and have so many possessions. From expensive cars to huge mansions, celebrities really seem to live the high life. It is … Continue reading

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What Would Happen If People Were Paid to Become Educated? – Thoughts

What would happen if we paid people to attend school and take classes instead of charging tuition? Suppose parents were fined when their children skipped class or cut school, and suppose individuals who chose not to take advantage of higher … Continue reading

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Six Improvements That Would Result In The Reduction Of Crime

As violence continues to plague our schools, we have to look more closely at methods and opportunities to reduce crime… http://www.cnn.com/?hpt=sitenav http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/22/justice/nevada-middle-school-shooting/index.html?hpt=hp_t2 Things that would lead to a reduction in crime: Increase current, and implement new financial incentives and discounts … Continue reading

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If Your life Flashed Before Your Eyes Would It Look Like This? Make Your Dreams Come True!

If you have never seen the animation feature film entitled “UP” not only would I recommend viewing this film as soon as possible. I would recommend purchasing a copy of this film and watching it with your closest family and … Continue reading

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Improving Services for Our Veterans – 6.0 – The Arts as Therapy

I attended a very interesting workshop today. The workshop was sponsored by Patton Veterans Project, Inc. My take on the workshop is that it is geared towards channeling an individual’s energies to express oneself through the art of filmmaking. And … Continue reading

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Improving Services for Our Veterans – 5.0 – What Happens When the Wrong Medical Items Are Delivered to Veterans?

Did you know for the year 2014 the Veterans Administration (VA) has proposed 2.478 billion dollars for Prosthetics Care? By Definition, prosthetics are: – An artificial device that replaces a missing body part lost through trauma, disease, or congenital conditions. … Continue reading

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Improving Services For Our Veterans – 1.0

Throughout the history of this country in every military war, conflict, or skirmish, we have relied on the strength, energy, determination, and the inspiration of our young fighting men and woman in the armed forces. As an individual who has … Continue reading

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MMS – Nobody Rides For Free!

As a kid I remember seeing a bumper sticker on the back of so many vans driving on the road. The sticker conveyed the message Ass, Gas, or Grass, nobody rides for free. While the message was one of adult … Continue reading

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