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According to the New World Encyclopedia, psychological warfare involves using propaganda or similar methods to demoralize an enemy and ensure victory, possibly without physical violence. Modern examples include the U.S. spreading leaflets over Japan during WWII and more recently … Continue reading
In legal terms, criminal negligence is “recklessly acting without reasonable caution and putting another person at risk of injury or death (or failing to do something with the same consequences).” Members of families, communities of color, and indeed the whole … Continue reading
Invasions can be carried out by many noxious forces: bombs, soldiers with weapons, armed police, poisonous smog, polluted waters, bacteria, viruses….We know these things. But how about sexual traffickers and their customers? Men (almost exclusively) for whom trafficked girls and boys … Continue reading
As another 9/11 shimmies by, with the terrors of terrorism still being bugled as reasons for budgets fat on weapons of death and short on social programs, it is time to consider another candidate for recognition as a model of … Continue reading