Tag Archives: death penalty

Octopuses

When I was child in St. Ann’s Grade School, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was running to become the President of the United States.  JFK was a Catholic, just like Joe Biden.  The nuns, the priests, and most Catholics I knew got … Continue reading

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A Book Report

Murder At The Supreme Court is a nonfiction book that goes in-depth to examine “Lethal Crimes and Landmark Cases” that have reached the United States Supreme Court. Continue reading

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Death Penalty Discussion on the Fallon Forum

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Paying Attention

You know what? Tom Vilsack never once said the word “veto” in the same sentence as “death penalty”. Continue reading

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1995

I saw a beam of light through the pessimism. Continue reading

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As a Matter of Fact

One reason why the issue of the death penalty has not popped up in major newscasts or other media accounts, nor should it, is that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to execute a minor. Continue reading

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