Monthly Archives: July 2014

Children Take the Headlines

Originally posted on Globalthinkers's Blog:
With the possibility of immigration reform dead in the water (see interview between Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) and The Washington Post on July 17) this year, immigration news continues to take headlines, with the…

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Redemption

Originally posted on Create Parity:
Oppression takes on many forms and carries many scars. It’s easy to think that this is a problem somewhere else, but we have seen how close to home this problem can be. It is easy…

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UPS Driver Accused of Stealing, Trafficking Guns For Illegal Street Sales

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New Initiative To Help ER Workers Spot Human Trafficking

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Not Your Average Traffic Stop

Originally posted on Let the Heavens Open:
The largest amounts of production and exportation of cocaine in the¬†world come from Peru. Un campesino observing drying coca leaves. According to an article written in The Atlantic¬†last year, between drug trafficking, human…

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Dangers from exotic animals, leaving kids in hot car: Mo. couple charged with wide variety of child abuses

Originally posted on FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV | News, Weather, Sports:
[ooyala code=”swbm04bzpz_xIXRDfwaZbeZRVZrldc3V” player_id=”99b31ca60977447aac65383d61b8503b”] RICHMOND, Mo. — A Richmond, Mo. couple, accused of killing their three-week-old baby in 2012, is now charged with abuse and neglect of their other children and…

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2 arrested, charged with felony child abuse in Calhoun County

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